To recruit and hire diverse, talented faculty who can help them fulfill their vision of being “a model for inclusive and transformative education,” leaders at Salt Lake Community College (SLCC) are focused on creating a positive candidate experience.
According to the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), employees who attend a well-structured onboarding or orientation program are nearly 70 percent more likely to remain with that employer for up to three years.
Developing documentation processes that support the one-on-one, mentor-style, goal-oriented performance management processes experts recommend to drive performance improvement is challenging but not impossible, according to higher education leaders.
In 2014, 42 percent of all U.S. undergraduates attended community college. Despite their ongoing popularity with students, community colleges have increasing difficulty competing with public and private universities for faculty.
Fewer than 30 percent of higher education institutions measure talent management performance, but those that do say it helps them demonstrate and increase the institutional value of efficient talent management.