Upcoming events and webinars for the 2020-2021 academic year
Please stay tuned for more events as we finalize details. Check out the past event recordings and takeaway material below.
Watch and review recent events and webinars
Title: The Projected Health Plan Cost Impact of COVID-19
Original Air Date: August 25, 2020
Presenter: Ted Makowiec, Senior Vice President, Health Consultant, Segal
Session Description: Plan sponsors can start addressing the healthcare delivery uncertainties caused by COVID-19 — provided they have the right information. In this webinar, the third in Segal’s series on COVID-19 and healthcare, you’ll learn what steps you can take to help plan for the pandemic’s impact on your health plan’s budget. Segal’s professionals will give you actionable advice on how to steer your health plan through the pandemic and into the future.
Title: New Title IX Regulations – Implications of Release of Final Rule on Colleges and Universities
Original Air Date: June 25, 2020
Presenter: Ted Makowiec, Senior Vice President, Health Consultant, Segal; Christopher S. Nickson, Senior Consultant, Organizational Effectiveness, Segal
Session Description: Title IX compliance remains one of your most important responsibilities to manage–and also one of the most complex. However you met this challenge in the past, you’ll have to completely rethink how you remain compliant, thanks to the Final Rule issued by the Department of Education on May 6, 2020. Consisting of more than 2,000 pages, this sweeping new regulation will require higher education institutions to reform almost every aspect of how they handle Title IX issues by August 14, 2020. We’ll walk you through the major areas of Title IX compliance you’ll need to rework, and offer a solution of how to get your institution ready in such a short amount of time.
Download Slides: CUPA Michigan_Title IX OE Presentation_6.11.20 Updated
Title: Steer Clear of Potholes: Identifying Risk and Avoiding Claims
Original Air Date: June 18, 2020
Presenter: Bodman, PLC’s Workplace Law Group
Session Description: COVID-19 related employment litigation is expected to explode when the emergency orders are lifted. Safety plans, expanded leave allowances and employee training requirements have created a treacherous path for employers. Avoid the holes in the road created by the multitude of new legal requirements. Join Bodman’s Workplace Law Group for an interactive WebEx presentation focused on identifying and reducing the risk of potential COVID-19 employment claims for Michigan businesses.
Title: How to Recognize and Minimize Burnout in Uncertain Times
Original Air Date: Thursday, May 28, 2020
Presenter: Jaimie Hutchinson, Deputy Director, WorkLife Office, Michigan State University
Session Description: Please join us as Jaimie Hutchinson, Deputy Director of Michigan State University’s WorkLife Office shares with us how to recognize and minimize burnout in uncertain times. As the COVID-19 pandemic crisis continues to create uncertainty in our lives, we may find ourselves having decision making fatigue or having trouble making decisions about things that we do all the time. In this webinar, Jaimie will define burnout, explore the stages of burnout, and explore steps to minimize burnout in order to help us healthfully continue to navigate these uncertain times.
Title: Can Employees Avoid Work, Avoid Discipline and Get Paid?
Original Air Date: May 14, 2020
Presenter: Bodman, PLC’s Workplace Law Group
Session Description: Many employers are facing severe staffing shortages now. Enhanced and expanded unemployment benefits and protections against discipline for failing to return to work have left employers searching for methods to maintain staffing levels. Topics to be discussed include: COVID-19 Workplace Preparedness and Response Plans; Understanding Employee Leaves and Unemployment Claims; Strategies for Returning/Keeping Employees Working and Avoiding Claims.
Title: Key Workforce Strategies for Coping with the COVID-19 Crisis
Original Air Date: May 5, 2020
Presenter: Scott Nostaja, Organizational Effectiveness Practice Leader, Segal
Session Description: In addition to the public health challenges it poses, the coronavirus has forced institutions of higher learning to manage their workforces with an unprecedented amount of efficiency and innovation.The session will present several strategies for addressing workforce challenges associated with the financial impacts of the COVID-19 crisis. The strategies will cover a path for developing and analyzing various operational scenarios and their impact on the workforce. We’ll review effective strategies for:
- Deploying restructuring
- Reducing the workforce
- Leading cost reduction
- Revenue generation