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Jan 12, 2023

Andy Brantley, president and CEO of CUPA-HR, joins the podcast to talk about employee burnout and retention strategies institutions should be thinking about post-pandemic. Before that, Jon, Sarah, and Mushtaq get into what the new Congress has in store for higher education policy moving forward.

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Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show:


These Republicans Were Selected to Chair House Committees After Speaker Battle Delay
The Hill | Jan. 9, 2023

What To Know About Biden’s Income-driven Repayment Proposal
The New York Times (sub. req.) | Jan. 10, 2023

Conversation with Andy Brantley: 


The CUPA-HR 2022 Higher Education Employee Retention Survey: Initial Results

The CUPA-HR 2022 Higher Education Employee Retention Survey: Focus on Supervisors

The Great Attrition Is Making Hiring Harder. Are You Searching the Right Talent Pools?
McKinsey | July 13, 2022

Great Expectations: Making Hybrid Work Work
Microsoft | March 16, 2022

It’s Not About the Office, It’s About Belonging
McKinsey | Jan. 13, 2022

New EY Consulting Survey Confirms 90% Of Us Workers Believe Empathetic Leadership Leads To Higher Job Satisfaction and 79% Agree It Decreases Employee Turnover
Ernst & Young | Oct. 14, 2021

Majority of Workers Who Quit a Job in 2021 Cite Low Pay, No Opportunities for Advancement, Feeling Disrespected
Pew Research Center | March 9, 2022

Staffing Woes Continue at Community Colleges, Stalling Their Pandemic Recovery
The Chronicle of Higher Education (sub. req.) | Dec. 16, 2022