Wednesday, August 05, 2015
"Syracuse pushes retirement buyouts after audit finds 200 managers supervise one person apiece"
This is surely a contributing factor...
Posting at the College Fix, Victoria Razzi tells about this:
"Syracuse University – a 2015 'Best Value School' according to U.S. News & World Report – recently began offering employees a retirement incentive package on the heels of an audit which found more than 200 managers oversee just one person each.
The report states 211 managers, or 30 percent, have only 1 'direct report,' and another 134 managers have just two people reporting to them. Ninety-three managers have three people reporting to them, it adds, noting the private university employs 'too many decision makers.'"