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Human resources specialist Carol Patton says colleges and universities aren't aware of the wide range of their employees' skills.
HR can take advantage of employees’ skills that are unrelated to their jobs
Representatives from nine colleges and universities were recognized at the annual Models of Efficiency awards ceremony during NACUBO. Pictured, left to right: Casey McGuane, Higher One; Matthew Gorzkowicz, University of Massachusetts; Tom Skidmore, Ivy Tech Community College;  Steve Bridges, University of Southern Indiana. Jonathan See, Pepperdine University; Robert Norton, Extended Campuses of Northern Arizona University; Wendy Swartz, Extended Campuses of Northern Arizona University; Ali Tipu, Houston Com
Taking time at NACUBO to recognize some of the latest Models of Efficiency honorees
An average of 18 percent of campus IT systems are redundant, a recent survey says
A sampling of sabbatical policies at colleges and universities. (Click to enlarge)
Policies and practices for granting, managing and tracking faculty leave in a climate where its value is questioned

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