From affordable degree programs that help your employees advance to dedicated academic and career advising, SNHU can develop the plans that create change from within. Download our white papers to learn more about other leading organizations currently taking advantage of our educational and career services.
According to the National Center for Education Statistics, 74% of all undergraduates in 2011-12 had at least one nontraditional characteristic, meaning they delayed postsecondary enrollment, attend part time, have dependents, are financially dependent or work full time.
How can you set your employees up for success while taking your business to the next level? Increasingly, the answer is internal learning and development (L&D) programs.
With as many as 6.3 million jobs left unfilled, it's no wonder that C-level executives are turning to L&D to close the skills gap - but does it work? With the support of the Walmart Foundation, SNHU takes a deep dive into program outcomes for CfA students and their employers.
Turnover rates for frontline nonclinical healthcare positions are high, and training new employees is expensive. Together, Partners HealthCare System and SNHU set out to overcome this problem through competency-based education.
When your more-than-able employees are presented with the opportunity to give their skill set a boost, they’ll take it. Learn how a pilot program for Veterans Integrated Service Networks of New England (VISN1) through SNHU quickly demonstrated results – according to their managers.
In a competitive job market, finding the right talent can be challenging. That's why Ohio's University Hospitals chose to partner with SNHU: to develop employees who have the drive - but not the skills - to advance within the organization.
Writing. Analysis. Problem solving. They're the skills we must have as effective employees. They're also some of the major outcomes you gain when you earn a liberal arts degree.
You want to attract, keep and develop your top talent. We have the education pathways, career plans and consulting services to help you do just that. A partnership with SNHU means bringing the ultimate benefits to your employees and your organization.
The healthcare industry is the largest segment of the U.S. economy. As demand for services continues to rise, so, too, does the need for nonclinical and frontline workers who have more advanced skill sets and can keep up with the changing face of technology.
A high school diploma limited Detra Wright's career path. When her employer - Anthem Inc. - announced its partnership with SNHU, she jumped at the chance to take her education and her career further. Her hard work has paid off.
Customer service representatives are being asked to deal with more sophisticated problems than ever before. Investing in your workforce’s baseline ensures they will do a better job today and excel as managers and supervisors tomorrow.
At SNHU, we've explored what it is that separates costly, low-impact workforce development programs from the best in class - and the results could revolutionize the way businesses stand out in a competitive market.