The effects of the pandemic and shift to remote work have upended how many educational institutions onboard new positions. From addressing logistical paperwork challenges, acclimating new employees who may have only met their manager virtually, to conducting 30, 60, and 90 day check-ins via Zoom, HR directors have had to vastly shift their approach to how new hires embark their first days and months.
NEOED is pleased to announce its partnership with Ellucian, the leading provider of software and services built to power higher education, to produce Talent Management by NEOED for Ellucian Banner and Colleague Human Resources customers. See the full press release here.
What do Greta Thunberg, Satoshi Tajiri, and Richard Branson have in common?
After a year that found many schools and institutions going remote, the dust is still settling on what it all means for the future of educational institutions and workplaces themselves. What is less uncertain is that remote work -- in some form or another -- is the wave of the future. In a 2019 Upwork report (long before COVID-19), an estimated 73% of all U.S. workforces expected to have remote workers by 2028. That number will almost certainly be fast tracked in the face of the pandemic, where many employees and teams have proven that they are able to work effectively from outside of the physical office, and organizations have realized there’s a cost-savings advantage as well.
EL SEGUNDO, CA - 2020 has been a year for the books, complete with hurried transitions to remote work, glitching video calls, and lagging internet. Like many others, our team is working remotely, but we came together virtually to sing along to Winter Wonderland by Backtrack Vocals and spread some holiday cheer! We hope you enjoy our video-- and get a kick out of the glitches and lagging that have become markers of 2020.
Happy Holidays from the NEOED family!