One way K-12 administrative offices waste staggering amounts of time

Districts that rely on technically immature talent management processes report much higher levels of duplicate work

Less than half of districts use integrated electronic processes to manage talent, including:
  • Recruiting
  • Substitute management
  • Applicant screening

  • Employee records management

  • And more

Their biggest areas of struggle are:
19%

Workforce planning

Only 19% use integrated electronic processes.

25%

Analytics

25% use integrated electronic processes.

29%

Onboarding

29% use integrated electronic processes.

29%

Reporting

29% use integrated electronic processes.

But robust, integrated technology drastically improves administrative efficiency, as schools that use technically mature processes reduce duplicate work by
Preparing state reports 92%
Onboarding new hires 88%
Conducting data analysis 85%
Managing employee records 73%
Conducting performance management tasks 63%
Preparing talent management reports 53%

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