How a small group of temporary employees got the U. of Memphis to walk back a plan to kick them off Social Security.
NLRB ruling could clear way for more collective bargaining -- of adjuncts and other faculty members -- at private colleges and universities.
As voters and politicians in California's expensive Bay Area push higher minimum wages, at least two public universities aren't paying it.
California tells insurers that they can't alter the plans they provide to Catholic colleges that wanted to drop coverage.
Supreme Court says Wheaton of Illinois need not fill out form that was part of Obama administration's compromise on health coverage at faith-based institutions.
Too often, employee evaluations coddle or reflect grudges; done well, they should activate potential and reduce deficits, writes Maria Shine Stewart.
A college in Missouri updates its absence policies to add pregnancy-related absences as excused in response to a student's federal complaint.
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