Dickinson State trying to improve employee morale

Associated Press

DICKINSON, N.D. (AP) — Dickinson State University officials are discussing ways to improve employee morale after staff who took part in a recent satisfaction survey gave the school its lowest rating in eight years.

Spokeswoman Constance Walter says a president's Cabinet meeting was held after the holiday break to review the findings and look into ways the university can address the concerns. She says faculty and staff will be included in the process.

State University System Chancellor Bill Goetz (getz) says such surveys are to be used in a positive manner, to help make improvements.