The Staff Council acts an advisory group to the Institute’s executive and senior leadership and provide insight on how decisions regarding policies, procedures, and investments affect this segment of the campus community. The Council serves as a conduit for staff perspectives that are broadly representative of the greater staff population.

2015-2016 Priorities

  1. Collaborate with Parking and Transportation (P&T) to:  a) identify parking and transportation needs of staff at each campus, b) assist P&T with educating staff on current options and choices available, and c) work with Parking and Transportation Advisory Committee (PTAC), which is made up faculty, staff & students.
  2. Collaborate with OHR, USG Staff Council, and the BOR for annual cost of living increase and merit increases.
  3. Partner with OHR, Institute Communications, and other respective departments to propose recommendations to the way staff are recognized at Georgia Tech (this includes a staff appreciation day and additional award categories with higher dollar amounts at the annual awards).
  4. Work to inspire, encourage and support employees in the pursuit of their chosen work/life balance, community service endeavors, and health and wellness objectives

Recent News

Posted: August 16, 2016

Parking and Transportation Services introduces the Tech Square Express, a new route that will provide direct service from Clough Undergraduate Learning Center to Tech Square. Stops include Clough, Global Learning Center, Scheller College of Business and TSRB. The Tech Square Express will operate Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. (fall and spring semesters only).

The new Tech Square Express route was implemented to offer quick, convenient transportation from Tech Square to the main campus to serve the rapid growth occurring in Tech Square and the surrounding area.

Posted: August 15, 2016

At the Staff Council’s third Inform Georgia Tech event, leaders from the Center for Community Health and Well-Being and Parking and Transportation Services (PTS) gave an overview of their department’s offerings, plans, and challenges. 

Suzy Harrington, director of the Center for Community Health and Well-Being, explained the holistic approach the Center takes when it comes to wellness. 

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