The institute of Business houses three computer labs located in rooms A224, A226 and A230. The 20+ computers available for general student use offer a wide array of programs. Additionally, the computers located in room A230 all offer dual monitor displays, allowing for great ease of use when working on a large project. Students also have access to a scanner, two black and white printers and a color printer. The printers require the use of funds from the students’ Flashcard IDs.
The College of Business Computer lab also employs student workers who are able to assist with problems that faculty and staff may experience both in the office and in the classroom. The student workers are also able to assist students with questions regarding the use of the computer labs. Additionally, the College of Business also provides test proctors to administer online exams throughout the semester. Yet, questions remain about the elements that make up engagement, and how such components can be fostered and grown within organizations.
In the global competition for talent, organizations often distinguish themselves by offering attractive family-friendly or work-life benefits and policies, such as flexible work arrangements and on-site child care and fitness centers.
The Family-Friendly Workplace and Benefits report summarizes the results of a national study conducted by HCI and commissioned by Knowledge Universe, U.S. This study explores how benefits and policies that help employees better manage and integrate their work and personal lives are used to support an employer’s talent management strategy.
if enough people believe and band together to create the change. In his new book, Thurman, a Columbia University professor of religion and the first American ordained as a Tibetan monk, addresses the political, religious, ecological, and social factors at play, examining the history of Tibet, the significance of the China-Tibet relationship for the global community, and the Dalai Lama’s five-point plan for an autonomous Tibet.