Last week, President Joe Biden signed the bipartisan Speak Out Act, which prohibits the use of nondisclosure and nondisparagement agreements in cases of sexual harassment or sexual assault.
The survey of 2,000 undergraduates also found that Black students are the most likely racial group to say that facilities factored “a great deal” into their decision to enroll at their college.
The DOL has proposed updates to its Voluntary Fiduciary Correction (VFC) Program, including adding a new self-correction component for employers that fail to send 401(k) salary withholding contributions or participant loan repayments on time.
The IRS is raising the fee that insurance issuers or sponsors of self-insured health plans pay annually to fund the federal Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) trust fund.
(from Venable) When contracting with vendors that support independent schools, be it in programs or operations, consider the following provisions of any vendor agreement.
Rather than focusing on building up campuses, college presidents will be focused on "deconstructing" campuses and rightsizing facilities to meet new needs, some say.
Employers that list their pay ranges in job postings save an average of 67 cents per online engagement, a recent report found.
Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) is the use of design and the built environment to reduce opportunities for disputes and violence and promote positive behavior.
In the weeks since Elon Musk's takeover of the Twitter, schools are expressing concerns over content moderation and a rise in hate speech on the platform.
Compared with older generations, young people entering the workforce today are more likely to experience stress and work-related burnout, according to Gallup's 2022 Workforce Panel study.
International student enrollments in the US returned to pre-pandemic levels, rising by nearly 4% in the 2021-22 school year, according to a new report from the Institute of International Education.
On average across 10 states, virtual school enrollment rose to 170% of its pre-pandemic level in 2020-21, then nudged up further to 176% in 2021-22, according to data obtained by The 74.
In an effort to bolster institutional defenses against cyber threats, several colleges are experimenting with unconventional cybersecurity awareness training in the form of festivals, art installations and role-playing games.
A 2022 State of Accounting Firms Survey by Caseware found that only 8% of accounting firms said their entire staff was working in the office.
Researchers estimated that around 4.9 million school Facebook posts included identifiable images of students and that approximately 726,000 of those posts also included students’ first and last names.
A recent national survey conducted by SHRM and the Boston College School of Social Work found that the majority (63%) of organizations allocate “little to no resources” to DEI.
Some points to consider when refining your school's enrollment contract for the next school year: COVID-19, mental health, gender neutral pronouns, student digital privacy, indemnification clauses.
New research published by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York suggests that long COVID could be the cause of the increase in the number of disabled people in the U.S. in the workforce.
New benefits contribution limits for 2023 have been released by the IRS. Of note are limits for medical FSAs and 401(k) employee contributions.
Factors contributing to enrollment’s long-term slide include concerns about student debt and the rise of alternative credentials.