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To compete in today’s cutthroat IT labor market, higher ed leaders need to understand the latest labor market trends from higher ed and across industries to inform how they advertise jobs and recruit talent. Read EAB's analysis of nationwide IT job postings in higher ed and explore our five key takeaways from this data.
This resource will help higher ed IT leaders gain a better understanding of the IT labor market so they can more effectively advertise jobs and make the argument for competitive recruitment strategies.
Low faculty morale isn’t inevitable. EAB has uncovered outlier organizations across industries that dramatically improved employee morale despite challenging circumstances. Explore our Faculty Morale Resource Center for guiding resources and tools you can use to replicate this success at your school.
Community college staff members are taking on larger workloads as enrollments continue to dip. Innovating on how to attract and retain talent is critical for stabilizing student support. This post explores community college staffing trends and offers three ways to attract and retain staff.
At this roundtable, EAB convened CIOs to discuss how institutions can best shape emerging institutional strategies even while dealing with an unprecedented IT talent crisis.
We identified three main ways higher ed job descriptions fall short compared to out-of-sector competitors.
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.
This year’s State of the Sector research explores how these competitive forces are redefining five key terrains, as well as what market leaders must do to distinguish themselves in the years to come.
Use the competency-based hiring to identify qualified transferable-skills candidates and attract them to your open positions.
Research offices today must address unpredictable funding shifts, complex regulations, and increased competition from other schools for grant funding. These challenges expand and diversify the scope of a research office’s work. To tackle these diverse challenges and improve university research functionality, leaders often look to optimize the organizational structure of their office. A smart organizational structure will help offices streamline processes, improve communication, and designate activity ownership.