How to improve the employee experience on your campus

The right HR tools can help institutions expand workforce management capabilities and streamline processes


An enterprise resource planning (ERP) system is a powerful tool for overseeing campus business operations, but there are some things an ERP wasn’t designed to do well.

That begs the question: What if you could uncouple your human resources (HR) systems from the limitations of your ERP?

During an eCampus News webinar, you’ll hear from HR experts as they weigh in on expanding workforce management capabilities and streamlining processes by doing just that.

You’ll learn how colleges and universities can:

  • Achieve appropriates staffing levels – through better management of labor costs and staffing needs.
  • Pay employees correctly  –  with an automated solution that reduces the chance for errors.
  • Improve the employee experience – by aligning people, processes, and technology to help attract and retain workers.

Laura Ascione

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