In the last blog titled "It is your job", employees were encouraged to step up and learn more about themselves and their job even if it wasn't expected. Management was disregarded as that would be addressed later. Now, that time has come.
At the Library we work with a lot of small business owners, whether it’s introducing them to social media and website tools, providing resources for securing grants, or just offering a space and equipment for them to work.
We all know someone who believes that they know everything. You know the type, you mention that you are starting on a new hobby and even though they have never done the hobby, they tell you how to do it. I had an employee like this once.
As with just about every city in the United States, Sandusky has been built around modes of transportation. We will discuss Sandusky as a multifaceted transportation hub in the future, but for now let’s talk about a more basic form of transportation for people in early Sandusky.
Update: Sandusky city commissioner Diedre Cole sent the city a finalized version of a performance evaluation for city manager Nicole Ard that suggests Ard has failed to meet expectations across a broad spectrum of job responsibilities.