Everyone Benefits from Established Student Employee Recognition Programs

For nearly 30 years, the percent of full- and part-time students that also participate in the workforce has been shrinking. Couple that with a competitive wage market, students seeking more flexibility in their learning environments, and the shear challenge of allocating time where it is needed, the benefits of maintaining a strong student employment recognition program can be reaped by employee and employer alike.

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  • Steve Chaplin

    Steve Chaplin is managing editor of ACUI’s The Bulletin and manager of the ACUI College Union and Student Activities (CUSA) Evaluation Program. A former newspaper writer, editor, and manager, he has volunteered as a student mentor as a member of the National Association of Science Writers, and received awards for his writing and reporting from the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education, the Kentucky Education Association, and the Kentucky Press Association.

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