A Snapshot of the Workforce at Community and Technical Colleges

December 12, 2018 9:50 am

Community and technical colleges serve an important role in the U.S. higher education system. They are often an option for students who need skills development or training for specific jobs in their community; who need a more affordable college option; who want to test the waters of a college education before committing to a four-year... View Article

Survey Findings: Higher Ed Rethinking Its Approach to Retirement Plan Offerings

August 8, 2018 9:00 am

Colleges and universities across the country face increasingly complex reporting and recordkeeping requirements around retirement benefits, and this appears to have been a key driver as institutions have scaled back their retirement plan provider options over the past few years. According to findings from CUPA-HR’s 2018 Paid Time Off, Tuition, and Retirement Benefits for Higher... View Article

5 Findings From CUPA-HR’s 2017 Healthcare Benefits in Higher Ed Survey

August 9, 2017 9:00 am

What’s happening on the healthcare benefits front in higher education? What trends should we be watching? Which benefits are waning, and which ones are going strong? Is your college or university on par with other institutions when it comes to its benefits offerings? Data from CUPA-HR’s Survey of Higher Education Employee Healthcare Benefits provides a... View Article

Is Workplace Wellness on the Way Out?

August 9, 2016 1:18 pm

Workplace wellness programs are on the decline in higher education. At least that’s what the findings from CUPA-HR’s 2016 Higher Education Employee Healthcare and Other Benefits Survey show. Data from this year’s survey indicate that 56.8 percent of responding institutions offer a formal wellness program, down from 70 percent in 2012. The number of institutions... View Article