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Recruitment and retention of staff in Higher Education

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14 January 2009

Recruitment and retention of staff in Higher Education 2008

Staff turnover and recruitment and retention measures are important indicators of the attractiveness of higher education (HE) jobs and staff satisfaction within the sector. Survey by the Universities and Colleges Employers Association (UCEA). 

The Institute of Employment Studies (IES) was commissioned by the Universities and Colleges Employers Association (UCEA) to carry out the 6th research report of recruitment and retention in the UK higher education sector. 

 

Recruitment and retention of staff in Higher Education 2005

This study was supported by the HEFCE (The Higher Education Funding Council for England), UUK (Universities UK) and SCOP (Standing Conference of Principals).

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