PeopleAdmin Announces the TalentIndex™ Benchmark Report

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PeopleAdmin reveals comprehensive analysis of talent management data compiled from hundreds of Higher Education institutions.

2014 Talent management and recruiting benchmark report

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This report finally captures trend data that helps us make more informed decisions on our current recruitment efforts and expenses; data that is hard to acquire in the Higher Ed industry.”

PeopleAdmin, the leading provider of on-demand talent management solutions for higher education, announced the availability of its TalentIndex™ Benchmark Report. For the first time, PeopleAdmin reveals comprehensive analysis of hiring data compiled from millions of records courtesy of its 700+ higher education customers. This actionable information on hiring trends is available to higher education for developing better internal benchmarks to drive more effective recruiting strategies.

PeopleAdmin’s TalentIndex is benchmarked recruiting data analyzed in an anonymous way across their entire customer base to look at normalized trends in hiring data to uncover the time-to-fill for different position types (staff & faculty); the subsequent impact on costs to the university when positons aren’t filled; and serves to suggest that institutions could explore efficiencies in creating, approving and advertising job openings. It’s the only report of its kind available for the higher education market.

The strategic benefits of the report were confirmed when it made its debut at this year’s CUPA-HR’s (College & University Professional Association for Human Resource) annual conference in San Antonio, TX on September 30th.

Troy Winskowicz, VP of Product Management for PeopleAdmin led the session covering valuable analytics on the current state of recruiting in higher education in an effort to help institutions reduce their time-to-fill and to help them build larger and more diverse applicant pools.

“We created the TalentIndex in the hope that higher education institutions could align this data to their own perceptions or challenges in order to help them become more effective in their recruiting efforts. We believe that education fundamentally changes the world for the better. We believe that the people are what make the difference, and that hiring, engaging and facilitating the success of better talent makes the institution’s mission more attainable and more impactful”, Winskowicz said. “We hope that this annual benchmarking report will offer our higher education community the opportunity to compare their numbers to these benchmarks and insights, and potentially look to either improve upon or confirm their current strategies.”

Troy was joined by Brian Dickens, Associate VP & CHRO for Texas Southern University to provide input on what that data could reveal from a strategic perspective for his institution and for the institutions represented by the audience. “The TalentIndex is a great report of useful information to inform the future direction higher education human resources,” Dickens said. "This report finally captures trend data that helps us make more informed decisions on our current recruitment efforts and expenses; data that is hard to acquire in the Higher Ed industry.” Dickens said.

To obtain a complimentary copy of the TalentIndex report, please visit

About PeopleAdmin
PeopleAdmin is the leading provider of cloud-based talent management solutions for higher education and government. PeopleAdmin’s software enables more than 700 clients to streamline the hiring process; onboard new employees; efficiently manage positions and employee performance; develop compliant, defensible audit trails; and utilize industry-leading reporting and metrics. Their integrated talent management suite, SelectSuite®, includes applicant tracking, faculty search committee management, Position Management, Onboarding and performance management. PeopleAdmin solutions are rapidly deployed, easy to use, and supported through a world-class customer service organization. For more information please visit:

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