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Academic Institutions (any size or type)

The business of HR for academia is on people, processes, policies and the overall running of an institution.

The “human” element in academia is the staff and faculty, as well as the students. As such, human resources take a different twist than in regular businesses. Often committees make decisions, with budgets and union contracts often playing a role in overall policy and process making.

When we decided to delve into the world of academia, we did so with the goal of learning and understanding the cultural and procedural differences of academia compared to the business world. We started out servicing internal staff, and over the years we grew to offer services for the student body as well. In doing so, we were able to create new services, or adjust our current services, to best serve the special needs of academia. Our combination of business and academic experience allows us to offer perspectives and best practices from both sides. Our clients truly value this.

We have created special service offerings for academic institutions. These include:

To truly “get it” we encourage you to talk to us and hear what we have to say. Call or email us for a chat. No pushy sales people here. You will be talking directly with one of our HR associates. We may even share some ideas for your issues! We hope to hear from you!

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