Monday, September 23, 2013

Outsourcing At ETSU
More than One hundred jobs could be on the line at ETSU as the university considers hiring an outside firm to handle the custodial positions at the school. The university already has its bookstore and food services outsourced to other companies, and the move could save money since the custodial staff are state employees and receive benefits. The idea is just at the beginning stages but two companies have already been contacted. The university says if jobs are outsourced they will work with current employees to either transition to the new company at their current pay rate, or to give employees nearing retirement the opportunity to remain under university employment so that they receive the state retirement benefits packages. (CC)

Friday, October 24, 2014

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