Dos and Don’ts of Staff Reduction

OMNI Senior Consultant & Higher Education Practice Leader Roger Dusing, PhD offers timely advice for employers on the importance of having a plan in place for minimizing the potential damage

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For Successful Pay Transparency Strategy, Involve Your Supervisors

In this article, OMNI Senior Consultant & Compensation Practice Leader Jon Binder explores the critically important role an organization’s supervisors play in creating  successful pay transparency practices. As organizations finalize

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Higher Ed: Start Planning for Higher Compensation

The DOL is exploring new regulations to increase the wage test for exempt employees. Predictions range from a repeat of the 2016 proposed amount of $47,476 to an inflation adjusted

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Just What Is “Quiet Quitting,” and What Can I Do About It?

I’m sure you are familiar with this scenario. You are the boss of a small department. It runs well – maybe there is a little excess capacity – life is

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Five Questions Every Higher Ed Leader Needs to Answer

Photo credit: Shutterstock Small to mid-sized colleges and universities are being squeezed. There is pressure to maintain enrollments in shrinking markets. Inflation is driving up your costs. Talent is leaving

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We Still Need the Office. Here’s Why.

The Office Is Not Dead As concerns about congregating in the office have waned, and employers have been willing to offer hybrid or flexible work options, most have decreed time

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Outsource HR? Really?!

Small and mid-sized colleges and universities are looking for ways to control costs and for many, some form of a shared services model might be a solution. While a small

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Why You Need an Executive Search Firm for your Next Hire

One of the most commonly asked questions we hear from prospective clients at OMNI Human Resource Management is some variation of, “Why does my company need an executive search firm?

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Higher Ed Leaders: Listen up! This Isn’t Good.

Last week, Grant Thornton, LLP, a large accounting firm based in Chicago, released the results of a survey asking over 5,000 faculty and staff about what they think of the

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Higher Ed HR: Buckle Your Seatbelts!

If you work in the HR department of a college or university – particularly a small to mid-sized private school, you better tighten your seatbelts, because we are going on

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