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How to go from attrition to attraction
Cornerstone recently attended the CUPA-HR Virtual CHRO Summit, which provides leaders in higher education the chance to meet, hear from thought leaders, and discuss the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead for higher education HR.
How to build resilient learning strategies for Higher Education
Institutions need to be nimble, flexible, and proactive to respond to times of crisis and disruption. You need to keep staff connected, build trust in online learning tools, promote remote collaboration, and create a culture that embraces online learning—especially as more and more people demand flexible and remote work options.
Higher Education: How do you build a culture of compliance?
FACT: There are over 265 federal regulations surrounding higher education, many of which change every year.
The University of Georgia (UGA) scores big time with Cornerstone Learn
Some of the nation’s best and brightest go to the University of Georgia (UGA) to learn. That counts just as much for the people working there as it does for the students in attendance.
How VCU successfully unified performance management, learning and compensation
Richmond-based Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU), one of the nation’s leading public research institutions, has known that discovery and creativity go hand-in-hand since it first began admitting students into its medical program in 1838. And today, it continues to be a trailblazer in the world of higher education, offering its undergraduate and graduate students over 200 top-ranked programs across various fields and majors. However, until recently, many HR functions were distributed among different schools and departments. VCU’s Central HR looked to Cornerstone to help them create a unified approach to performance management, learning, development, succession, and compensation.
The Ohio State University: Building a learning culture for the future
The Ohio State University (OSU), founded in 1870, is recognized by US News & World Report as one of “America’s Best Colleges” and a top 10 public university for its exemplary approach to curriculum, campus life, technology, and innovation. With the main campus in Columbus, Ohio, which includes The Ohio State College of Medicine, plus six satellite campuses and over half a million alums around the globe, Buckeye pride is worldwide. To continue their strong learning legacy, OSU needed a centralized learning management system (LMS) to efficiently deliver training and track compliance among staff, faculty members, and student employees. They selected Cornerstone for its user-friendly interface, robust reporting features, and customer-focused strategies.