Tuesday, April 23 | 12:00PM–1:00PM ET | Online

Showcase Webinar | Hiring Resilience

Financial constraints and traditional workplace rigidity are making it hard for technology and data managers to recruit, hire, and retain staff. Compensation is important, but staff also want work-life balance. Work-life balance boils down to having workplace and schedule flexibility that can change over time and to having reasonable workloads.

Outcomes

Join the Showcase Webinar and hear from institutional leaders regarding:

  • How technology leaders can work with HR leaders to revise hiring and compensation policies and develop an employee value proposition that fits today's needs and workforce.
  • How to create hiring and work policies that are flexible enough to support individual needs and adapt to the unfolding impact of AI on higher education and work.
  • Best practices for workplace and workforce management in the midst of the post-pandemic work flux.

Additional Resources

For more resources, see the Hiring Resilience Showcase.

Presenters

  • Tonya Bennett

    Director of Educational Technology @PennVet, University of Pennsylvania
  • Vicki Rogers

    Director Service Management, Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Anna Vakulick

    Deputy CIO, The George Washington University
  • Sophie White

    Showcase Program Manager, EDUCAUSE

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