Monthly Archive: May 2014

May 30

EAC Responds to Employee Concerns

Have you submitted a concern through the EAC blog?  Have you received a response or wondered what happened after submitting a concern?  When a concern is submitted, the EAC reviews the concern and triages it to the appropriate department or personnel for a response.  Employees may submit concerns anonymously through the Contact the Employee Advisory …

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May 29

EAC Hosts Annual Meeting with Executive Leadership

EAC council members met with Executive Leadership on May 22, 2014, recognized new officers and outgoing members, and discussed goals for the coming year. Goals for 2014 remain the same as in 2013. Continue to improve communication between EAC and stakeholders. Revised EAC Blog — https://blog.utmb.edu/EAC Web views over past year Contact Form – 609 views Scrapbook …

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May 14

EAC Hosts Engage and Chat at CMC Skyview and Hodge Units

EAC representatives - Amineh Baradar, Gerald Cleveland, Kevin Moore and Denee’ Robison visited the Skyview and Hodge facilities located in Rusk, Texas on February 26, 2014 to host an Engage and Chat.  Members met with employees and explained the role of the Employee Advisory Council and the purpose of the Engage and Chat as an outreach program to familiarize employees …

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May 09

EAC Participates in Employee Service Day

The 2014 Employee Service Day pin ceremony was held on Thursday, May 8.  A total of 1,418 employees were recognized for their collective 18,365 years of service to the university and our mission.  The service pins are presented in five year increments, with 40 years being the longest tenure honored at this ceremony.  In addition, …

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May 09

Congratulations to UTMB Nurses Recognized as Outstanding Nurses

Congratulations to UTMB nurses in the Top 100 Houston Nurses, including EAC representative, Souby George, Barbara Bonificio, Sharon Bourg, Gary Eubank and Jessica Peck!  For more than a decade, the Houston Chronicle has celebrated National Nurses Week by recognizing up to 100 Houston nurses.  Honorees are recognized by patients or coworkers as someone who has made a tangible, …

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