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Cheryl Stanton Nominated to Serve as Wage and Hour Administrator

by CUPA-HR

President Trump has announced his intent to nominate Cheryl Stanton as the Labor Department’s Wage and Hour administrator. Stanton, who currently serves as the executive director of the South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce, held multiple White House roles under President George W. Bush, serving as the White House’s principal legal liaison to DOL, the National Labor Relations Board and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

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A Fresh Perspective: Introducing Emerging CUPA-HR Leaders

by Sarah Carson

The Emerging CUPA-HR Leader program recognizes volunteer leaders from across the country who have demonstrated exemplary leadership and initiative within higher ed HR and desire to play an active role in advancing the profession. Participants engage in problem-solving work groups and develop deep networks with peers while gaining an inside look at CUPA-HR's operations and structure.

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Plan, Stretch, Connect: How Six Early-Career HR Professionals Are Developing Professionally in Higher Ed

by Julie Boggs

As a kick-off to the Wildfire program, participants used their time in Tempe to learn about the challenges and opportunities within the program and chart a course for their development. Here’s how they’re approaching the year ahead (you can steal these ideas to bolster your own career development!):

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NLRB Nominees Win Committee Approval

by CUPA-HR

On July 19, the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) favorably reported out President Trump’s nominations of Marvin Kaplan and William Emanuel to be members of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). Approved in a 12-11 vote along party lines, Kaplan’s and Emanuel’s nominations now advance to the full Senate for consideration.

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Award-Winning Work in Higher Ed HR

by Missy Kline

Great work is being done by HR organizations and HR professionals at colleges and universities across the country. Each year, CUPA-HR recognizes these trailblazers with its Higher Education Human Resource Awards. Congratulations to this year’s recipients!

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CUPA-HR Members Meet With Lawmakers in First-Ever “Day on the Hill” Event

by CUPA-HR

The meetings afforded both CUPA-HR as an organization and the individual members who attended a platform to discuss issues for which the association has led advocacy efforts over the past year as well as issues currently impacting higher education and higher ed HR.

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Labor Secretary Nominee Alex Acosta Wins Committee Approval

by CUPA-HR

On March 30, the Senate committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) favorably reported out the nomination of President Trump’s choice for secretary of labor, Alexander Acosta. Approved in a 12-11 vote along party lines, Acosta’s nomination now advances to the full Senate for consideration.

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Confirmation Hearings Continue for Trump’s Cabinet Picks

by CUPA-HR

Fourteen of the president's Cabinet nominees have either just concluded or still face confirmation hearings by the Senate committee of jurisdiction for their designated post and a confirmation vote by the full Senate.

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A New Year, a New Administration and a New Congress

by CUPA-HR

Congress convened on January 3 to usher in the 115th Congress and begin immediate work in an effort to deliver on election promises. With Republican majorities in both houses, an incoming Republican administration and one of the busiest Congressional calendars in years, 2017 promises to be an action-packed year that will bring much change. .

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12 Great Reads of 2016

by Missy Kline

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 (we know it was a busy year!), here are some highlights from the magazine and the blog from the past year.

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