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Even in tight financial times, colleges must work to ensure they have used best practices not only to create the most optimal candidate pools, but also to protect themselves from legal vulnerabilities.
"When the recruiting and marketing departments are on the same page, that’s a good thing. But what if they’re not only on the same page, but they’re the same person?" That's the question Todd Rafael explores in his terrific interview with Anita Jackson, the chief brand officer AND the director of human resources at Women’s Healthcare Associates, LLC.
In this seven minute video, Ms. Jackson shares her thoughts on whether her organization's model could work in a larger organization, and how this unique structure affects the candidate experience.
Want to learn more about how your institution's marketing and HR departments can (and should) work together? Check out Inside Higher Ed's lively report on employment marketing.
Culture Gap -- Iowa professor's critique of small town life in his adopted state reflects tensions many faculty members overcome as they take jobs in places they never imagined would be home.
Go Native, Be Happy -- In a related column, Nate Kreuter, an assistant professor of English at Western Carolina University, writes that no matter where you end up, there will be good things about your new home.
Making Advising Central -- Beloit College is elevating this responsibility so that it joins teaching, research and service in tenure decisions.
Islam (and Conflict) in Class -- Tarrant County College professor resigns after Muslim students disrupt his class.
Tenure Conversion -- A community college in Michigan will grant tenure or tenure-track status to all full-time faculty, bucking the adjunctification trend in higher ed.