APAC to host discussion on service, job satisfaction

The Administrative Professional Advisory Council will hold a brown bag lunch titled “Upfront and Honest Discussion: What is important to YOU?” in Pullman and on WSU branch campuses from noon to 1:30 p.m. April 17.

The lunch will take place in:
*Murrow Building, room 53, in Pullman
*SIRTI Building, room 350, in Spokane
*SNUR, room 214, at the Center for Nursing in Spokane
*210W in Tri-Cities
*CL 116 in Vancouver

 APAC, which acts as a liaison between administrative professionals and central administration, will ask questions such as “How can the Council better serve you?”, “What issues are affecting your job?”, “What information do you need regarding your job?”, “What should be the next steps of the Council?”, and “What do you wish central administration knew or could do something about?”

APAC meets the second Thursday of every month. For more information, visit the APAC Web site at www.apac.wsu.edu or e-mail the council at apac@wsu.edu.

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