Three Key Developments Shaping the Future of the Higher Ed Workforce

Here is what higher education professionals need to know before heading back to campus.

Three Key Developments Shaping the Future of the Higher Ed Workforce

Our Three Key Developments Shaping the Future of the Higher Ed Workforce white paper explores the key trends shaping the future of the higher ed workforce and the role of technology in improving efficiencies, lowering costs, and improving employee morale amid change.

When the threat from the COVID-19 virus is finally over, it will be far from “business as usual” on college and university campuses. The effects of the pandemic are expected to have a long-lasting impact on the higher-education workforce.

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More about this white paper

As leaders plan for the return to campus, they’re reevaluating the role of their employees in a post-pandemic campus environment. Here are three key trends they need to consider in their strategy:

  • Trend #1: Budgetary pressures are forcing colleges and universities to become more efficient.
  • Trend #2: Staff morale will assume greater urgency.
  • Trend #3: Remote work will continue for many employees.

UKG (Ultimate Kronos Group) can help facilitate a smooth return to campus with a full suite of automated HR and workforce management tools that can help:

  • Streamline efficiency and higher worker productivity
  • Provide greater insight to power more strategic decision making
  • Improve employee morale
  • Improve the management of remote employees

Learn more by downloading the white paper now.

“Although we’re still routing some paper timesheets, we’re in the process of moving to all-electronic workflows with the help of UKG — and this will allow us to be more efficient.”

Mandy Cole
Assistant VP of Operations Strategy
Kansas State University