William W. Walence
July 25, 2016
Ethics in Action
August 17, 2016
 
 

Honor by The Chronicle of Higher Education Puts Local Institution on Elite List Second Year in a Row

Roberts has been named on the 2016 Great Colleges to Work For list by The Chronicle of Higher Education, one of the largest and most
respected workplace-recognition programs in the country. Now in its ninth year, Great Colleges to Work For recognizes the colleges that get top
ratings from their employees on workforce practices and policies. A total of 93 colleges have been recognized on the list, out of the
281 participating institutions that applied. Employees from Roberts Wesleyan College participated in the survey. Roberts Wesleyan College was recognized
in the following five categories:

Collaborative Governance: Faculty members are appropriately involved in
decisions related to academic programs.

Confidence in Senior Leadership: Leaders have the necessary knowledge, skills and
experience for institutional success.

Facilities, Workspace & Security: Facilities adequately meet needs, the
appearance of the campus is pleasing, and the institution takes steps to provide a
secure environment.

Work/Life Balance (new recognition this year): Policies give employees the
flexibility to manage their personal lives.

Supervisor/Department Chair Relationships: Supervisor makes
expectations clear and solicits ideas.

Roberts Wesleyan was also one of 42 institutions to receive the “Honor Roll” designation for stand-out universities in its
size categories.

Honor by The Chronicle of Higher Education Puts Local Institution on Elite List Second Year in a Row

Roberts has been named on the 2016 Great Colleges to Work For list by The Chronicle of Higher Education, one of the largest and most
respected workplace-recognition programs in the country. Now in its ninth year, Great Colleges to Work For recognizes the colleges that get top
ratings from their employees on workforce practices and policies. A total of 93 colleges have been recognized on the list, out of the
281 participating institutions that applied. Employees from Roberts Wesleyan College participated in the survey. Roberts Wesleyan College was recognized
in the following five categories:

Collaborative Governance: Faculty members are appropriately involved in
decisions related to academic programs.

Confidence in Senior Leadership: Leaders have the necessary knowledge, skills and
experience for institutional success.

Facilities, Workspace & Security: Facilities adequately meet needs, the
appearance of the campus is pleasing, and the institution takes steps to provide a
secure environment.

Work/Life Balance (new recognition this year): Policies give employees the
flexibility to manage their personal lives.

Supervisor/Department Chair Relationships: Supervisor makes
expectations clear and solicits ideas.

Roberts Wesleyan was also one of 42 institutions to receive the “Honor Roll” designation for stand-out universities in its
size categories.