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RE: JN Petition
his last daughter is late in her college career so it very well could be a mutual parting of ways. I cant imagine its any fun (regardless of pay) to be an AD at a MAC school right now so Joel could very well say the heck with this.
10-01-2020 07:25 AM
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Well, he just sold his house so that is good news.
10-01-2020 08:14 AM
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Him leaving under these conditions is totally different from it happening in normal times. Whoever gets hired will have to keep the boat afloat. The reasons expressed on this website that were anti Nielsen are pretty much irrelevant now. I spent one night in a motel in Columbus this week and it was down right weird. That night by my count of cars 25 out of about 100 rooms were occupied. No food, no beverage and not even any bags of potato chips for sale. Didn’t see a single business man on a Monday night. Just a few shoppers from Cleveland, etc. and a few construction workers. I think the hospitality and airline (and airline part makers like i was for 42 years)industries are doomed. Airlines employ a lot of people directly and indirectly and most of the jobs are high paying. There will be no v-shaped recovery there.
10-01-2020 10:33 AM
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(10-01-2020 10:33 AM)burden Wrote:  Him leaving under these conditions is totally different from it happening in normal times. Whoever gets hired will have to keep the boat afloat. The reasons expressed on this website that were anti Nielsen are pretty much irrelevant now. I spent one night in a motel in Columbus this week and it was down right weird. That night by my count of cars 25 out of about 100 rooms were occupied. No food, no beverage and not even any bags of potato chips for sale. Didn’t see a single business man on a Monday night. Just a few shoppers from Cleveland, etc. and a few construction workers. I think the hospitality and airline (and airline part makers like i was for 42 years)industries are doomed. Airlines employ a lot of people directly and indirectly and most of the jobs are high paying. There will be no v-shaped recovery there.

Biden says it's K shaped.
10-02-2020 02:56 PM
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(10-02-2020 02:56 PM)dannyb73 Wrote:  
(10-01-2020 10:33 AM)burden Wrote:  Him leaving under these conditions is totally different from it happening in normal times. Whoever gets hired will have to keep the boat afloat. The reasons expressed on this website that were anti Nielsen are pretty much irrelevant now. I spent one night in a motel in Columbus this week and it was down right weird. That night by my count of cars 25 out of about 100 rooms were occupied. No food, no beverage and not even any bags of potato chips for sale. Didn’t see a single business man on a Monday night. Just a few shoppers from Cleveland, etc. and a few construction workers. I think the hospitality and airline (and airline part makers like i was for 42 years)industries are doomed. Airlines employ a lot of people directly and indirectly and most of the jobs are high paying. There will be no v-shaped recovery there.

Biden says it's K shaped.

It won’t be k-shaped either in that industry unless we go to war and need lots of F15’s and F16’s etc.
10-02-2020 07:13 PM
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(10-01-2020 10:33 AM)burden Wrote:  Him leaving under these conditions is totally different from it happening in normal times. Whoever gets hired will have to keep the boat afloat. The reasons expressed on this website that were anti Nielsen are pretty much irrelevant now. I spent one night in a motel in Columbus this week and it was down right weird. That night by my count of cars 25 out of about 100 rooms were occupied. No food, no beverage and not even any bags of potato chips for sale. Didn’t see a single business man on a Monday night. Just a few shoppers from Cleveland, etc. and a few construction workers. I think the hospitality and airline (and airline part makers like i was for 42 years)industries are doomed. Airlines employ a lot of people directly and indirectly and most of the jobs are high paying. There will be no v-shaped recovery there.

Very well said, and I agree with you Burden... with one exception. The fact that he makes more than $400,000 per year for doing a poor job and losing the confidence of all staff in the athletic department is more important than ever. KSU can't afford even a competent athletic director at that price under current conditions. To keep this department afloat will take a true leader who is creative and kind find ways to do more with less. Even a competent athletic director should not be paid $400,000 annually now. Paying him $100,000 to leave and promoting Casey Cegles would save quite a bit of money and make the department more effective. There is no room for the graft of high-salary personnel at Kent State University.
10-04-2020 11:52 AM
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(10-04-2020 11:52 AM)DavidCarducci Wrote:  
(10-01-2020 10:33 AM)burden Wrote:  Him leaving under these conditions is totally different from it happening in normal times. Whoever gets hired will have to keep the boat afloat. The reasons expressed on this website that were anti Nielsen are pretty much irrelevant now. I spent one night in a motel in Columbus this week and it was down right weird. That night by my count of cars 25 out of about 100 rooms were occupied. No food, no beverage and not even any bags of potato chips for sale. Didn’t see a single business man on a Monday night. Just a few shoppers from Cleveland, etc. and a few construction workers. I think the hospitality and airline (and airline part makers like i was for 42 years)industries are doomed. Airlines employ a lot of people directly and indirectly and most of the jobs are high paying. There will be no v-shaped recovery there.

Very well said, and I agree with you Burden... with one exception. The fact that he makes more than $400,000 per year for doing a poor job and losing the confidence of all staff in the athletic department is more important than ever. KSU can't afford even a competent athletic director at that price under current conditions. To keep this department afloat will take a true leader who is creative and kind find ways to do more with less. Even a competent athletic director should not be paid $400,000 annually now. Paying him $100,000 to leave and promoting Casey Cegles would save quite a bit of money and make the department more effective. There is no room for the graft of high-salary personnel at Kent State University.

Carducci For AD 2020
10-04-2020 02:51 PM
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Is there still a hiring freeze? That might throw a wrench in hiring/firing.
10-04-2020 08:21 PM
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There is a "selective" freeze, meaning the university can fill a position if it thinks it's important to.

I doubt the university will buy Nielsen out. With Paul Haynes and Danny O'Banion, KSU just didn't renew their contracts. Saves money.
10-04-2020 11:13 PM
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RE: JN Petition
What's up with that hawk going into a dive as website logo?? lighting bolts please..

Dave Carducci for AD? I second the motion!! 04-rock04-rock04-rock
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