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The Future of Work: How will higher education be impacted?

CUPA-HR NY Metro Chapter

Friday, May 11, 2018 from 8:30 AM to 12:00 PM (EDT)

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CUPA HR Spring Program 2018 May 10, 2018 Free  

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2018 CUPA-HR NY Metro Spring Program

Registration begins at 8:30am. Be sure to bring ID with you for check-in at the front desk.

The Future of Work: How will higher education be impacted?

Unless you’ve turned off all your devices, you know that demographic shifts, increased competition and cost pressures are affecting employers in all industries. What does this mean for you, as HR professionals, in higher education?

Mercer’s recently conducted 3 separate global research studies –

Future of Work, Talent Trends and Thriving in an Age of Disruption – which provide interesting and compelling data and insights into how work and workplaces will change:

What are the biggest disrupters on the horizon?

 What are executives planning for the next few years?

 What skills will be most in demand?

 What do employees want from their workplace and employer?

Colleges and universities have traditionally been curious about what their peers and aspirants are doing, but institutions can no longer ignore or dismiss what is happening in the broader work environment. They must prepare for theses seismic shifts or risk becoming a less-than-desirable employer.

This session will combine presentation of research results, coupled with focused discussions in breakout sessions. We will also share findings from a pulse survey of almost 100 institutions to provide insights into how higher education compares to general industry on some key topics.



Part 1 - Presentation:

Mercer’s cross industry research findings from three global research studies: Future of Work, Talent Trends, and Thriving in an Age of Disruption

Findings from a recent pulse survey of colleges and universities to understand how their priorities compare and contrast to general industry.

Part 2 - Breakout sessions: (sample topics for sessions)

Strategic total rewards – 61% of study respondents indicate that health is more important than wealth or career. How can institutions be design and implement strategic total rewards programs to appeal to a broad demographic of faculty and staff?

Career growth and development – Career growth is a top priority for millennials. Can institutions adapt best practices from other industries to build a compelling employee value proposition for shifting demographics?

Recruitment and retention – Mercer’s studies indicate a significant jump in interest in using contingent, contract or freelancers – the Gig is Big – but concerns continue to exist regarding the impact on career progression. How can institutions adapt to changing expectations of the workforce while respecting the academic culture and a cohesive work environment?


Presenters:

Regina Sherwood

Regina Sherwood is a Principal in Mercer’s Career business in Boston and advises clients on a broad range of solutions in workforce rewards, talent strategies and human capital infrastructure. Regina specializes in consulting to colleges and universities in the areas of compensation strategy and plan design, performance and career management, and human resource strategy.

Regina has over 20 years of experience in human resource leadership as a senior rewards and talent consultant and as the Vice President of Talent and Human Capital Strategy and Title IX Coordinator at Simmons College

Regina has served as a trusted advisor in strategic organizational design, enterprise-wide compensation and benefits, talent management, and change management programs. Her human resource expertise includes executive and staff recruitment, benefits/wellness programs, Workday implementation, employee relations, succession planning, and executive coaching.

Her work within talent management includes designing career path and job level frameworks, and promotional roadmaps for organizations and various job families. Her expertise includes building both organization-wide and leadership behavioral and technical competency models to support compensation, career pathing, performance management program redesigns, and executive-based selection and hiring.

Regina holds a MBA in Management and International Business from New York University’s Stern School of Business and a BA, cum laude, from St. Lawrence University. She is a member of the New England Human Resource Association (NEHRA), the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), and World at Work.

Dan Corr

Dan Corr is a Principal in the New York office of Mercer Health & Benefits. As a senior consultant, Dan works with employers from a variety of industries on a wide range of health care and group benefits issues.

Dan has extensive experience working with clients on all aspects of their programs, including benefit plan cost analyses and financial projections, plan placement, employee cost-sharing strategies, competitive plan benchmarking, benefit plan compliance issues and the design, funding, and administration of group health benefits. Dan has significant experience in advising clients on benefit design and pricing impact for collectively bargained and other negotiated plans including direct involvement in negotiation strategy and negotiation support.

Dan has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English from Fordham University and graduate degrees from Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Fordham University’s Graduate School of Education And Teachers College, Columbia University. He has also earned the Certified Employee Benefits Specialist and Compensation Management Specialist designations from the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.


                                          

 

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CUPA-HR NY Metro Chapter

Our Mission: CUPA-HR is higher ed HR. We serve higher education by providing the knowledge, resources, advocacy and connections to achieve organizational and workforce excellence.

As the association for HR professionals in higher education, CUPA-HR provides leadership on higher education workplace issues in the U.S. and abroad. We monitor trends, explore emerging workforce issues, conduct research, and promote strategic discussions among colleges and universities.

Our members are CUPA-HR. We are more than 17,000 HR professionals and other campus leaders at over 1,900 member organizations, including:

  • 91 percent of all U.S. doctoral institutions
  • 77 percent of all master’s institutions
  • 57 percent of all bachelor’s institutions and
  • 600 community colleges and specialized institutions.

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We provide opportunities for our members to connect with one another and to develop professionally by hosting conferences and webinars, publishing tools and resources, and offering online communities for collaboration.

We also partner with other higher education and HR management associations to advocate on legislative and compliance issues that impact the higher ed workplace.

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