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.
To achieve their institutional mission, colleges and universities must attract and retain talented employees, but ineffective onboarding processes often hinder that effort.
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“Ban the box” laws seek to provide individuals who have a criminal record with a fair chance at employment by requiring employers to make a conditional job offer before inquiring about an applicant’s criminal history. At least 28 states and 150 cities and counties have adopted the regulations recently.