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Cal State management 306 class final paper power point

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  • 1. Proposal By Terri LyttakerCalifornia State San Bernardino Management 306
  • 2.  Alternative work hours defined  4/10s, 9/80s Non-Essential employees defined  Non-direct services  Not immediate and critical site service
  • 3.  Utility Savings  Only partial savings  Partial building closures  Some units cannot be shut down  Savings negligible
  • 4.  Site Perception  Lack of support  Students  Staff  Favoritism to centralized staff  Lack of services  Lack of productivity
  • 5.  Bottlenecked workloads  More bills to pay  Increased phone calls requiring follow up  Other centralized employees off work also have time to leave messages  Takes two days to catch up  Increase emails  Increased Frustration levels
  • 6.  Surveys  District office employees  Site employees Interview  Site employee  District employee Observation  Bottleneck  Workload
  • 7.  Comparable Districts  Experience Other Data and Statistics  Productivity  Expert  Government School Data  Utility Bills  Email logs
  • 8.  Alternative Suggestions/Solutions  Days off when students are off  Site Closure = District Closure  Summer exemption3 Reasons not feasible  Utilities  Site Perception  Bottlenecks

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