Social media can be overwhelming … especially for those of us who grew up without it (remember when AOL Instant Messenger was the game changer?!). But it’s the norm for the students we serve, and for those who are currently entering our workforce. That's why it's essential for higher ed professionals to understand social media and emerging digital technologies and the impact they can have on campus and beyond.
Remember when you were first starting out on your higher ed HR career path? If you were lucky enough to have an ear to bend, a shoulder to lean on or footsteps to follow in early in your career, it likely helped you find your footing, gain some confidence and feel reassured and supported in your new role. This is exactly what CUPA-HR’s Wildfire program is designed to provide for a select few early-career higher education HR professionals each year.
On June 27, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas issued an injunction preventing DOL from implementing and enforcing its recent changes to the persuader rule, which was scheduled to go into effect July 1.
We’ve all read about it, heard about it and discussed it with our HR colleagues — unhappy employees hurt our organizations.
Author and researcher Shawn Achor has become one of the world’s leading experts on the connection between happiness and success, and when he was first selected as a keynote speaker for the CUPA-HR Annual Conference and Expo 2016 in Washington, D.C., a small group of CUPA-HR staff set out to discover his secrets to happiness by organizing a book club to read and discuss Achor’s book The Happiness Advantage.
The agency’s new regulations address a variety of issues which have arisen since the previous iteration was published in 1970, including sexual harassment, accommodations for pregnancy, equal leave and benefits for men and women, gender identity and sex stereotyping.