Effective labor planning and budgeting can save higher education institutions time and money. That’s a critical consideration since labor accounts for as much as 75% of university costs, according to Moody’s Investors Service. 

Our new e-book Bringing Labor Planning into the 21st Century: 4 best practices for Higher Education will help you better understand how to: 

  • Integrate data from various systems in one place to develop informed, transparent processes 

  • Use technology to improve accountability, prevent bottlenecks, and maintain forward progress 

  • Design processes that can adapt to meet the differing needs of your various departments and employee types 

  • Put your data to work with easy reports that deliver actionable insights and visualizations to guide decision-making 

You’ll also read how Montana State University used Axiom Labor Planning to standardize best practice labor planning across four campuses.