28 octobre 2016

Nouvelles mesures de simplification administrative pour les employeurs

http://www.arftlv.org/images/logos/logo.jpgUn nouveau train de mesures de simplification a été annoncé le 24 octobre 2016 pour simplifier la vie des entreprises ; plusieurs d'entr'elles étant déjà prévues dans la loi Travail.
Les ACI bénéficieront de coûts standards explicites, en particulier sur les ressources humaines. Les ateliers n’auront plus à justifier la réalité et l’acquittement de chaque dépense.
Lire la présentation des 48 mesures. Voir l'article...

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Egalité professionnelle : simplification de l'obligation d'affichage en entreprise

http://www.arftlv.org/images/logos/logo.jpgDeux décrets ont allégé les obligations d'affichage pour les employeurs de certains documents concernant le temps de travail et les congés, le réglement intérieur, les membres des CHSCT. Voir l'article...

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SAFRAN : une « Boite à outils du formateur » sur le Développement Professionnel Continu

http://www.arftlv.org/images/logos/logo.jpgL’obligation annuelle de « Développement Professionnel Continu » (DPC) qui s’impose aux professionnels de santé médicaux et paramédicaux s’accompagne, pour les organismes de formation, de particularités importantes tant au niveau des démarches et modalités possibles que des procédures d’enregistrement et d’évaluation. Voir l'article...

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Guiding faculty retirement in higher ed - Strategies for easing veteran professors into post-campus careers

University Business LogoBy Deborah Yaffe. A retired nursing professor traveled to India to compile a how-to book for the country’s nurses. A one-time professor of religion took up digital photography. A former drama school dean helped a local theater company stay afloat. More...

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Professors staying and the impact on adjuncts

University Business LogoBy Deborah Yaffe. Are universities hiring non-tenured adjuncts—who now make up two-thirds of the faculty workforce—because their tenured veterans won’t retire. More...

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Rising faculty retirement age

University Business LogoBy Deborah Yaffe. Under age-discrimination laws, college professors, like most American workers, can’t be forced into retirement. Congress ended mandatory age-70 faculty retirement in 1994, after the National Academy of Sciences predicted the change wouldn’t increase professors’ average retirement age. More...

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Proposing a liberal arts and technical education armistice

University Business LogoBy Bill R. Path. It may be time to rethink some of our established models of higher education. Let’s consider two classic paradigms. By most definitions, liberal arts education refers to those college studies related to areas such as literature, languages, philosophy, humanities, history, mathematics, psychology and science. More...

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Good as gold: Higher ed fosters fundraising all-stars

University Business LogoBy Harriet Meyers. When Teri McIntyre was a University of Wisconsin undergrad in the early ‘90s, she volunteered to call alumni to ask for college fund donations and—believe it or not—she liked making those calls. A university development officer noticed and offered McIntyre a job after graduation. More...

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Re-inventing the first-year experience

University Business LogoSubmitted by Stefanie Botelho. Located in the far western part of the state, West Kentucky Community and Technical College (WKCTC) serves a population of students who often struggle to understand the expectations of college and how to reach the educational goal of earning a college credential. More...

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Why for-profit education fails

University Business LogoSubmitted by Stefanie Botelho. Earlier this year, LeapFrog Enterprises, the educational-entertainment business, sold itself for $1 a share. The deal came several months after LeapFrog received a warning from the New York Stock Exchange that it would be delisted if the value of its stock did not improve, a disappointing end to the public life of a company that had the best-performing IPO of 2002. More...

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