Katherine Creek, vice president of human resources for Shepherd Center, talks with us about the current labor shortage, what’s driving it, and what both employers and employees can do to help.
Read CBORD’s post to learn how our connected campus provides an exceptional student experience with the most current technology while also easing the burden of system management for staff.
Implementing mobile credentials was a decision that affected almost every department at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, a campus that boasts 29,000 students and 8,000 staff members. Even so, that decision came easily to Bill Strickland, director of operational services for finance and administration, due in no small part to the very vocal requests of students.
Tom Lyons, vice president, national sales, education for Sysco Corporation, talks with us about the supply chain disruptions, why they’re happening, what we can do to alleviate the pain, and how long we can expect to experience disruptions.
Read our blog that outlines helpful ideas for boosting employee satisfaction. A must-read in this time of workforce shortages.
Read CBORD Higher Education’s new blog post on the benefits of cloud-based foodservice management solutions to help you adapt and grow your dining program.
Now guests who are visiting your campus and nearby locations can enjoy a streamlined user experience on the GET mobile app without needing a campus login.
CBORD President Jim Hoefflin provided insight into how the pandemic affected institutions, what technology universities should prioritize moving forward, and ideas to inform strategic planning.
Rob Portwood, vice president of support services for UCHealth, talks with us about UCHealth’s vision, “From health care to health,” and how implementing a mobile ordering program has enhanced the customer experience and increased mobile orders by 70% in two months.
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