Winter 2017
Loosen the Grip on Silo Thinking
By Howard Teibel

Promoting out-of-the-box brainstorming is a good first step to solving big problems. Equally important is learning how to collaborate across the aisle to find the best solutions.

Better Health Through Better Education
By Karla Hignite

College and university employers must step up efforts to inform employees covered by high-deductible health plans about how to maximize their health benefits.

New Year, New Retirement Plan Resolutions
By Karla Hignite

Ongoing, steady review of retirement programs can reveal improvements that encourage greater employee participation.

The FLSA Overtime Rule Conundrum
By Karla Hignite

Weighing appropriate response to the injunction of the DOL’s overtime rule, campus leaders are taking a variety of approaches to changing employment status and enacting salary adjustments.

Noteworthy: Brave New Benefits Landscape

The trajectory for employer-provided benefits is toward more choice, customizable offerings, and greater use of technology to access service and tools.

Some Football Players at Private Institutions are Employees, NLRB Says

Scholarship football players at the 17 NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision private colleges and universities will be considered employees under the National Labor Relations Act, according to a January 31 memorandum from NLRB’s general counsel.

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