For Your Benefit
Tweaking a few skills can help us get more done during the work day, and throughout our careers. Effective workers get exciting projects, win important clients and are well-respected by their colleagues and bosses. How can you become more effective and make sure you don’t miss out on great opportunities? And what should you focus on?
Also In the Spring 2018 Issue:
In his third State of the University address on Feb. 28, UT President Joe DiPietro announced the University’s plan to tackle the opioid crisis in Tennessee
With 2018 well underway and hints of spring in the air, UT campuses, institutes and system offices are abuzz with activity, and it has been my privilege to provide executive support to our UT System Office of Human Resources since the retirement of Linda Harig as vice president.
Following passage of federal tax reform legislation in December 2017, all employees are encouraged to review their tax withholding amounts to avoid having too much or too little taken from their paychecks based on the new rates and tax brackets.
Maintaining and developing an ethical work environment that protects and supports UT employees depends on communicating policy violation concerns to the proper University officials so that corrective actions can be taken.
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