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Through philanthropic support from Bank of America, EAB is partnering with 12 institutions to elevate and accelerate the path for Hispanic adults entering health care careers.
As technologies advance and industries begin to integrate them into their business processes, employers’ needs shift. Employers increasingly strive to hire those with knowledge of advanced technological processes like automation, human machine interfacing, and big data.
Diversity, equity, and inclusion skills are defying the COVID-19 labor market: See 3 ways universities can help meet this new demand
Human resources professionals must contend with particularly fragile job security during a recession. However, demand for diversity and inclusion professionals defies this trend, driven by widespread protests calling attention to nationwide systemic racism.
Discover how community colleges can identify viable program launch opportunities for career and technical education and plan for the cost of new programs.
Learn how to increase revenue from corporate training partnerships by emulating leading methods of outreach to local business.
At EAB, we want a workplace that values differences in opinions, allows employees to bring their full selves to work, acknowledges biases, and has a strong firm culture. Learn how we will accomplish this.
COVID-19 has accelerated the shift to an increasingly distributed and digital economy. How higher education should prepare students, faculty, and staff for the digital-first era remains a pressing issue for executive leaders; over 130 college and university presidents discussed the future of work at EAB’s 2021 Presidential Experience Lab, cohosted with Slack’s Future Forum.
While online learning is the most conspicuous part of this new reality, a quieter but arguably more successful achievement has been the ease with which institutions shifted overnight from campus-bound to remote administrative operations. To its surprise, higher education learned that it had an infrastructure and a workforce flexible enough to adopt new modes of work.
The past couple of months have been incredibly difficult for school communities, here are some creative ways to honor teachers.
To improve program development, colleges should design new programs from the “outside-in," which focuses first on student needs. Our guide provides an explanation of the realities of outside-in program design and a 30-minute activity to begin applying these strategies.