My NacuboWhy Join: Benefits of Membership

E-mail:   Password:   

 Remember Me? | Forgot password? | Need an online account?

Business and Policy Areas
Business and Policy Areas

Human Resources


Featured product

College and University Business Administration, 7th edition - Human Resources and Benefits Administration
As colleges and universities increasingly pursue their markets with a business-like orientation and discipline, the human resources organization has taken on a larger role. Once focused on tactical and transactional work, the human resources function now is acting as a strategic partner to the institution’s leadership as they grapple with issues such as workforce diversity, privacy, and security. This chapter also examines the employment cycle, compensation and rewards, employee relations, legal aspects if human resources, employee benefits, and retirement programs, as well as offers a list of other resources.

Summer 2013 Issue of HR Horizons Released.
With implementation deadlines nearing for the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, leaders at Long Island University share how their institution is assessing and addressing short-term and projected longer-term cost increases required to remain in the subsidized health-insurance business for faculty and staff. Also in this issue: a discussion of values-based leadership, how the use of compensation scorecards can significantly increase compensation effectiveness, an overview of recent surveys that show a dip in confidence about retirement savings and an uptick in wellness spending, and highlights of helpful NACUBO resources on health-care reform requirements, employee retirement readiness, and international operations.

Sponsored by Sibson Consultin and TIAA-CREF.

Perspectives Blog: Harnessing Value from Changing Demographic Workplace
by Bobbie Dillon
Examines how to bind the different values, needs, perceptions, and work styles in a multi-generational workforce into a cohesive, productive organization that can thrive in today’s challenging economic environment. These ideas were originally shared by presenters and participants at the NACUBO Thought Leaders Program: Changing Demographics, Changing Workplace, offered February 8-10, 2009, in Scottsdale, Arizona.


  • Career Headquarters - the premier nationwide resource for employment opportunities in higher education business, finance, and administration. Anyone can visit this site to post a job or search for a career-membership in the association is not a requirement.
  • What's on Your HR Horizon? - Strategic human resource issues in higher education are covered in NACUBO's new quarterly e-newsletter. Subscribe for free.
  • Human Resources eGroup: Update your subscription on NACUBO Connections.
  • FLSA Resource Page

Business Organization Links

  • CUPA-HR -- Founded more than 50 years ago, the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources serves more than 6,300 human resource (HR) administrators at nearly 1,600 colleges and universities as well as others interested in the advancement of human resources in higher education, including students and HR service providers.
  • SHRM -- The Society for Human Resource Management is the world's largest association devoted to human resource management. Representing more than 175,000 individual members, the Society's mission is to serve the needs of HR professionals by providing the most essential and comprehensive resources available.


Mary Bachinger
Director, Tax Policy