Effective labor planning and budgeting can save higher education institutions time and money. That’s a critical consideration since labor accounts for as much as 75% of university costs, according to Moody’s Investors Service.
Our new e-book Bringing Labor Planning into the 21st Century: 4 best practices for Higher Education will help you better understand how to:
Integrate data from various systems in one place to develop informed, transparent processes
Use technology to improve accountability, prevent bottlenecks, and maintain forward progress
Design processes that can adapt to meet the differing needs of your various departments and employee types
Put your data to work with easy reports that deliver actionable insights and visualizations to guide decision-making
You’ll also read how Montana State University used Axiom Labor Planning to standardize best practice labor planning across four campuses.