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A survey conducted by Inside Higher Ed found that 52 percent of faculty members were not engaged in their work.* With Oracle Modern Best Practice, you can create a powerful employee experience that fosters a dynamic culture. Leverage mobile, social, analytics, Internet of Things, big data, AI, machine learning (ML), and the cloud to develop a program that reflects your institution’s values and enhances employee loyalty and productivity. The result? Lower faculty turnover and improved student satisfaction. Design outreach initiatives that align with state-regulated campaigns or institution mission, such as study abroad programs. Use game mechanics and social contests to increase motivation and reach wellness goals. Gain insight into staff influence inside and outside your institution and use that data to bolster talent management practices, such as talent profile updating and career development planning.
Create wellness initiatives that align with state regulated campaigns or institution’s mission. Promote programs to faculty and staff to generate awareness and interest.
Leverage key insights to identify and set goals in alignment with personal and career aspirations (e.g. publications, appointments). Determine steps for attainment (e.g. classes, seminars, board of director member volunteer).
Design, track, measure, and evaluate trends and patterns of wellness activities using dynamic tools, including wearables and smart phone apps, to achieve goal success.
Measure and analyze faculty and staff’s character and influence across academic projects/activities via input from internal and/or external sources including Oracle Social Network, Twitter, Facebook, Slack, and survey tools.
Blend talent, reputation, and participation data to gain insight into staff effectiveness and adjust development plans and talent profiles as needed. Discover hidden skills and identify potential staff redeployments to fulfill project gaps.
Engage in institution-promoted outreach projects (e.g. sponsored mission trips, study abroad programs) that are of interest and foster targeted career development successes (e.g. reimbursements for additional education).).
Receive acknowledgment of goal attainment and progress that promote work-life alignment and cultivate workforce engagement in mission-supportive HR concepts, such as career mobility.