Personnel and HR

Financial aid offices: How to stop a massive employee exodus

Financial aid offices were already struggling with staff shortages, a lack of representation and other personnel challenges when the FAFSA fiasco struck higher ed. A new report offers strategies to retain staff.

Operational Efficiency in Higher Education HR: Mastering the Art of Doing More with Less

Date & Time: Thursday, May 30th at 2 pm ET

In this 20-minute UB Ed Talk, learn how operational efficiency can transform your HR processes and save time by reducing unnecessary, manual work. We’ll discuss strategic improvements to make your institution more competitive in employee recruitment and establish a supportive work environment that encourages long-term retention. 

Improving Faculty Well-Being: A 3-Level Strategy to Reduce Burnout and Increase Retention

Date & Time: Tuesday, May 14th at 2 pm ET

In this 20-minute UB Ed Talk, two experts in faculty success, well-being, and retention will outline a practical 3-level strategy for institutional leaders at any level to create a more supportive environment for all faculty members.  

***All attendees will be provided with the results of the NCFDD’s annual faculty development survey.  

Harvard’s next president: Claudine Gay will be first Black leader of the Ivy League school

Her predecessor said in a statement, "She's a terrific academic leader with a keen mind, great leadership and communication skills, excellent judgment and a basic decency and kindness that will serve Harvard well."

Strike possible at University of Minnesota as service workers fight for higher wages

Teamsters push for better pay and working conditions, while the Twin Cities campus struggles to provide adequate food for students, with Lunchables offered as options.

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