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The Future of Flexible Work in Higher Ed: A Compilation

This free booklet explores how limited remote work options have become a driver of staff turnover in higher education, how some institutions are adapting (or not) in response to employee expectations and the differing perspectives of various campus constituencies.

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Short-Staffed, Colleges Outsource Financial Aid Offices

Last month Kentucky State U and Bethany College outsourced financial aid services. Such moves reflect a challenging environment for professionals in the field.

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Limited Remote Work Options a Big Driver of Staff Turnover

A new report shows that turnover among nonfaculty higher education workers has nearly doubled since the 2020–21 school year.

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Zoom’s Changing Stances on AI and User Data Have Faculty Alarmed

Faculty members joined the social media outrage over Zoom’s ambiguity on using data to feed its AI and machine learning platforms. 

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Reconfiguring Campus in the Remote Work Era

With fewer employees on site, many colleges are seeking to repurpose disused campus spaces. In some cases that means shedding leases that can save millions of dollars.

The Class of 2023 On Remote Work, AI and More

The Class of 2023 is graduating into an economy transformed by the pandemic, rapidly evolving technology and potentially destabilizing levels...

Colleges Look to Staffing Firms to Allow Remote Work

To address the legal questions and potential HR issues that can arise when employees move across state lines, some universities partner with third-party firms to keep employees on the payroll from afar.