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EAB surveyed Facilities and Estates organizations across North America, Europe, and Oceania during December 2022 to better understand their top concerns for higher ed Facilities. This blog post shares five of the key findings we identified.
Use EAB’s Respectful Workplace Policy Builder to inform, write, and plan to implement your respectful workplace policy for your college or university employees.
While understanding demographic decline is useful, it’s only one component of the enrollment equation. Adding in the context of changing college-going rates and market share trends allows higher ed enrollment leaders to uncover a fuller picture.
Request this partner intensive for best practices and facilitated discussion on how to apply the concept of Employee Value Proposition at your institution.
Request our partner intensive for a deep dive on how to mitigate faculty burnout with an EAB research expert.
This resource provides step-by-step guidance to assist colleges and universities in their efforts towards institutional reckoning and healing.
Every Interaction Counts: Strengthening Community College Recruitment Communications Amid the Great Opt-Out
This paper will share strategies for better capturing, communicating with, and enrolling prospective community college students.
Strengthening the Talent Pipeline at Community Colleges: Strategies to Bolster Both Recruitment and Retention
As competition for talent within and beyond the higher education industry intensifies, community colleges are facing a bigger and more well-resourced competitive set than ever before. This session is limited to Chief Business Officers and Chiefs of Staff.
Most strategic plans fail to meaningfully inflect strategy (making clear choices to achieve discrete goals) nor enmesh planning into every day financial and operational practices on campus in light of the lofty aspirations articulated. Dynamic Strategy incorporates rigorous external market scanning, design thinking aimed at the true preferences of students, faculty, staff, donors, and funders, prioritization discipline to narrow goal-setting focus, budgetary support of key initiatives, and ongoing measurement and evaluation around objectives.
We identified three main ways higher ed job descriptions fall short compared to out-of-sector competitors.