Read the latest from CUPA-HR General Counsel Ira Shepard on some labor and employment law cases and regulatory actions with implications for the higher ed workplace.
New research from CUPA-HR sheds light on how the 2008 economic recession impacted student enrollment and faculty composition in higher education institutions across the country.
CUPA-HR’s comments focus on the aspects of the Department of Education’s proposal that could impact how higher ed HR professionals manage policies and claims involving employment discrimination.
Market-based pay is a staple of the corporate world to attract and retain the best and brightest talent, and many higher ed institutions are moving in this direction as well. It’s especially valuable when you’re hiring locally or regionally. If you’re wondering how to get started with a market-based compensation strategy, here are a few things to consider.
During the recent Quarterly Washington Update webinar, CUPA-HR’s government relations team provided an overview of the current federal legislative and regulatory landscape, as well as details on the issues that may impact your campus and higher ed institutions across the country. Read about some of the top issues.
Each month, CUPA-HR General Counsel Ira Shepard provides an overview of some labor and employment law cases and regulatory actions with implications for the higher ed workplace. Here’s the latest from Ira.
Which higher ed disciplines have the most female faculty? What is the female/male faculty pay ratio? What percentage of department chairs are female?
Instead of focusing on more comprehensive “succession planning” (a term that has become so overused that our campus colleagues tune us out when they hear the phrase), let’s create a call to action regarding the long-term sustainability, relevance and ultimate impact of our colleges and universities.
Charged by the university president to become the most civically engaged institution in the nation, Drexel University began formulating a local hiring strategy that has resulted in reduced turnover rates, increased collaboration with community partners and career opportunities for West Philadelphia residents.
CUPA-HR’s The Higher Education Workplace magazine and Higher Ed Workplace blog are full of articles and stories highlighting new and innovative ways to do HR (from institutions and organizations who have been there, done that). In case you missed them, here are some highlights from the magazine and the blog from the past year.