CUPA-HRCollege and University Professional Association for Human Resources
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About 16 percent of top administrators also are eligible for private sector-style bonuses and other financial incentives, CUPA-HR reports.
We all know that the economy has had a dramatic impact on higher education and the higher education workforce, but to see that a third of faculty in the survey have experienced salary reductions this year is very troubling," said CUPA-HR President and CEO Andy Brantley in a March 2010 press release.
If CUPA-HR puts its newsletter online, Rothstein says she anticipates a negative impact on the association's ability to generate classified advertising in its printed newsletter, currently a significant revenue source.
Preferred provider organizations (PPOs)--in place at 84 percent of colleges and universities--continue to be the most popular choice, according to a CUPA-HR survey.
The WorkForce Software team will demonstrate its EmpCenter for Higher Education suite of applications at booth #303 in the CUPA-HR National Conference exhibit area, giving attendees the opportunity to speak with workforce management consultants and gather information on cost-saving workforce management trends in higher education.
Andy Brantley, president and CEO of CUPA-HR, says, "Were very pleased that public institutions are making salary increases more of a priority as they have found additional budget dollars.
have been awarded complimentary CUPA-HR membership dues for 2007-08, courtesy of Datatel.
CUPA-HR survey on employee health benefits in higher ed, www.
The CAC builds and strengthens partnerships between CUPA-HR and corporate businesses.
Faculty and staff salaries and benefits are the largest driver of what it costs to run an institution, says Andy Brantley, president of CUPA-HR.
Three Free CUPA-HR Memberships and Conference Registrations to Be Awarded
Hence, when CUPA-HR put together its 2013 "Employee Health Benefits in Higher Education Survey," the Act got its own section.