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Texas A&M University System audit taking longer than expected

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Posted: Friday, December 20, 2013 12:00 am

The administrative audit that will evaluate the worth of every non-faculty employee of the Texas A&M System is taking longer to complete than originally expected.

The estimated completion date for the audit has been pushed to March, a system spokesman said, and the findings of a human resource and communications review will similarly not be ready this month, the time by which officials previously said they would all be completed.

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5 comments:

  • jer2 posted at 1:54 am on Sun, Dec 22, 2013.

    jer2 Posts: 314

    So what were your settlement terms when you were forced out?

     
  • elf posted at 10:06 pm on Fri, Dec 20, 2013.

    elf Posts: 1594

    I wish the position of Chancellor were included in the audit.

     
  • agnerd posted at 9:40 am on Fri, Dec 20, 2013.

    agnerd Posts: 773

    "What I'm hearing from staff is more of uncertainty and fear ... of losing their job,"

    ALWAYS, ALWAYS, ALWAYS have a backup plan. If you know what you will do if you lose your job, you don't have to worry about getting fired. If you are a profitable employee, you don't have to worry about getting fired. I've had a number of bosses that have protected me from getting fired because they didn't want to do my job. If someone else is willing to do your job for less money, supply and demand dictates that you should be fired.

     
  • the real slim shady posted at 7:08 am on Fri, Dec 20, 2013.

    the real slim shady Posts: 392

    Just like all the brother-in-law deals for construction on campus: low bid, not finished on time, unforeseen expenses compensated and then some, and abysmal quality.

     
  • master of disaster posted at 6:58 am on Fri, Dec 20, 2013.

    master of disaster Posts: 536

    Sounds like they're unproductive. According to the Sabio rule of false equivalency, they are probably eternally unhappy and dissatisfied. They should be fired.