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Who checks employee work stations at Haskell Indian Nations University?

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Who checks employees work stations at Haskell Indian Nations University? We have gotten several e-mail complaints that Haskell’s staff can’t keep their own work stations clean.
If Haskell wants to hold room checks maybe they should start out with work station checks. Any employee found to have a messy work station can then be subject to community work hours and dismissal from their job. A place that calls itself a university does not check its student’s rooms for cleanliness. Like it or not that is the job of the students. Haskell students need to study and graduate. President Redman you need to start holding your staff accountable for their work stations and get rid of student room checks and the housing staff that approves them. Tribes need to make sure their students are treated as university students. * Haskell’s boarding school days are over. Haskell's head of housing needs to realize in 2012 it is time to eliminate this old out dated practice.

*Link: http://jaie.asu.edu/v35/V35S3run.htm haskellnews commentary 09/24/2012

Comments

bobandmywife 2 years, 2 months ago

@ benofthebull You are right. If Haskell is so eager too write up it's students they should be just as eager too write employee appraisal reports and those should be made public so everyone knows who is doing their jobs and who is not. Of course this needs to done by an outside firm so the appraisals are fair and honest. Right now Haskell is to dysfunctional to have other employees writing them. We have a question about the room checks are the results of those posted in public or private areas. We think they might be violating federal laws if they are posted in a public place. As to why they are getting away with doing them is beyond us. Taxpayers will be demanding answers about how Haskell students are being treated.

Steve Jacob 2 years, 2 months ago

This is just being petty. You raise good points most of the time, but talking about dirty work stations?

katatnite 2 years, 2 months ago

I don't think it's petty. Haskell staff needs to be held not only to the standards they hold their students too, but above and beyond that. Why should students endure room checks when the staff that judges them sits in dirty offices or behind cluttered desks? It would not happen at KU. Haskell has lower standards for their staff then for their students??????

drillsgt 2 years, 2 months ago

This is also bonus time...the same people get a bonus every year, and it's the worst employees..who did nothing and get one....and people who do a lot are given nothing..the top 10% of budgets are given away to people for bonuses ...why..that money should go to students..like for new books, computer upgrades..better food! Instead of fried, fried, fried..sounds like the kitchen could use some nutrition classes...yes I dont know why employees could be rewarded for the type of customer service the students receive ....so stop all bonuses and put that $ back into the budget for students...that's what it was there for anyway....

Keith Buster 2 years, 2 months ago

Man you're digging deep for anything to complain about Haskell. You don't care about the student. What good has your articles done? You offer up little to no recourse, only insults and condemnation. A clean house puts in dirt somewhere. You'll lose ground writing articles like this. Yawn.

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