What challenges will higher education face in 2017?
How do other institutions like yours plan to meet talent management needs or build strategic partnerships?

Download the TalentIndex to get answers, insights and predictions
from 400 higher education professionals.

PeopleAdmin’s second annual survey of higher education professionals compiles valuable talent management insights
on institutional growth, industry trends, common challenges, and performance benchmarks.

Survey findings are useful for faculty affairs departments, human resources professionals and higher education’s
institutional leaders interested in understanding the people issues behind many of their current challenges,
benchmarking past performance and preparing for the future.

Read below to learn how higher education leaders are using the TalentIndex: A Comprehensive
Report of Higher Education Benchmarks

More TalentIndex resources

Introducing the Higher Education TalentIndex

Could you use some assistance developing your talent management strategy? We’ll show you how insights and advice from nearly 400 higher education professionals can help.

In this podcast, Edward Wilson Jr., Ph.D., director of strategic partnerships at PeopleAdmin and former HR director and director of academic affairs at the University of Kansas Medical Center, explains how the Higher Education TalentIndex can help you strategize improvements in acquiring, developing and managing top faculty and staff.

index_flyer-1Is your college or university prepared to overcome talent management’s top challenges?

According to nearly 400 higher education professionals, there are four key challenges facing talent management teams.

Read “Survey says, be prepared to overcome these 4 challenges” to get a quick look at each challenge and useful information to help you prepare.

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Powerful data analysis

“We have a centralized hiring process but we work in conjunction with the provost’s office to go through our data. We reviewed every step of the process, collecting data on how many positions we had, how many people applied and so on. This type of analytics will be very beneficial to the University of Rhode Island because we did a lot of this manually.”

Ann Marie Coleman
Assistant Vice President of HR
University of Rhode Island

The case for strategic
talent management

“I really see my HR team using this as a point of reference to bolster employee engagement efforts, a broader focus on development and employee relations. I think this data could be highly supportive in our presentations to senior staff as it really substantiates the need for a more comprehensive talent management strategy.”

Joe Vitale
Oberlin College

Benchmark key
performance data

“Data has become centric to our business environment every day. Not just the kind of data that’s in this report, but lots of other data as well — turnover, retention, etc. These are key points that I know our senior leadership would be very interested in seeing and comparing to benchmark where we stand as an institution.”

Brian Usischon
Senior Associate Vice President of Human Resources Services
University of North Carolina System