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Human Resources is sponsoring a short video drama series illustrating Inappropriate Behavior in the Workplace and how ETSU employees can best respond to a troubling work situation.   Please view part 1 of this series which focuses on a difficult relationship between a supervisor and an employee.

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Special thanks to our wonderful cast of ETSU employee actors:
Shelly Mangiacotti – Coordinator, Dean’s Office College of Nursing
Neal Boger – CSEP Instructor, Human Resources
Raven Moody – Associate Director, Budget & Financial Planning
Kathy Smith – Legal Assistant, University Counsel


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What's the best thing about working at East Tennessee State University? Our people-students, faculty and staff! Our quality reputation! Our beautiful campus! Our emphasis on caring for the needs of every member of the ETSU family! ETSU is a student-centered community of learning that employs more than 2,000 faculty and staff. Our personnel are a constant source of enthusiastic service that makes us a leader in regional universities.

One of the greatest benefits to working at the university is access to continuing education. Over the past year, Chris has taken full advantage of this benefit to earn his Master of Business Administration degree through the AMBA program. While this is no small feat, it was particularly challenging for Chris, who is a father of four sons and who lost his own father early in the academic program. Chris not only persevered through the completion of the program, he kept a smile on his face to the end and was a major source of motivation for his classmates and colleagues. Congratulations, Chris, on a job well done, and thank you for being an inspiration!