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06 March

Human Resources Retirement Policy: 3 New Program Ideas

 A recent story published in the Grand Forks Herald describes how the University of North Dakota is handling retirements at their institution. As institutions and companies alike are impacted by the current business climate made up of lower budgets and slimmer resources, human resources teams will have to search for retirement solutions. With the number of baby boomers continuing to work past traditional retirement age increasing (this is especially the case in higher education), organizations will focus on making changes to their human resources retirement policy as a solution to budget and workforce planning issues.

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06 March

Retirement Lifestyle Planning: 3 Things HR Should Know

As ten thousand baby boomers will retire from the workforce each day over the next decade, human resources professionals are creating strategies to better support this transition. One of these strategies is called retirement lifestyle planning.

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06 March

Position Elimination Talking Points

Over the past several years there has been a trend in technology replacing positions at organizations. The advancement of technology can be a positive thing, but it can also be destructive for those losing their jobs due to it. While technology is a major reason for the loss of jobs, it isn't the only reason. Business variables such as account growth or shrinkage, changing focus, or mergers and acquisitions can also cause position eliminations. It is important for human resources to have position elimination talking points prepared for these situations.

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06 March

Phased Retirement Programs: What Are They?

Nearly ten thousand baby boomers will retire each day over the course of the next decade! Thus, organizations must develop strategies on how to handle this transition. Developing strategies for this is important because the mass retirement of baby boomers will greatly affect an organization’s workforce. Also, as organization’s take more progressive approaches to benefits that support a diverse workforce, it will be important to provide support to baby boomers during this transition. Enter in phased retirement programs!

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28 February

Higher Education Human Resources: 4 Innovative Ideas to Implement This Year

Higher education human resources is different from human resources in any other industry. The culture in higher education is different, the compliance standards of the department are different, and the budgeting for your objectives is completely different as well.

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