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2016 Great Colleges Announced!

Now in its ninth year, the Great Colleges to Work For® program continues to provide vital data about employee engagement at colleges and universities across the United States. The Read More »

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Diversity-Specific Policies in Higher Education

Diversity continues to be a top focus for colleges and universities as they grow and evolve their institutional agendas and strategic plans. This focus can be brought to life Read More »

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A Great Place to Work Begins with Great Leadership

This past December, ModernThink partnered with The Chronicle of Higher Education to create a free report on workplace quality based on the past 9 years of data from the Read More »
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- David C. Jordan, Associate Vice President of HR, Howard Community College

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