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      November 14, 2019

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      MCUPA-HR Fall Conference 2019

      Future Focused; A Focused Future Missouri College & University Professional Association- HR (MCUPA-HR) Fall Conference: November 14-15, 2019 Margaritaville Resort – Lake of The Ozark, Missouri Conference Agenda Thursday November 14, 2019 7:30 am – 8:15 am Registration, Breakfast, Visit Exhibitor Area    8:15 am – 8:30 am`  Welcome & Business Meeting MCUPA-HR Board   8:30 am – 9:30 am CUPA-HR Data Driven Analytics Connie Putland, CUPA-HR Midwest Region Board Representative   9:30 am- 10:30 am Higher Education Benchmarking Results Derek Duncan, USI Insurance   10:30 am – 11:00 am Break Please visit the exhibitors while you enjoy some refreshments   11:00 am – 12:00 pm Breakout Session 1             1A: Mobilize the Unicorns              Kevie Mikus, Gallagher                                     Or             1B: How Well Is Your Financial Wellness             Rob Morrow, LTC Solutions   12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Lunch   1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Breakout Session 2             2A: Walking on Eggshells 2.0- The Pay Equity Omelet             Jack Jones, Sibson                                     Or             2B: What Employers Need to Know: Wellness Programs             Diane Andrea, JW Terrill             Dawn Kramer, JW Terrill   2:00 pm – 3:00 pm Breakout Session 3             3A: Shifting Sands; Employment Law & HR Trends in 2019 and             Beyond             John Marino, McMahon-Berger                                     Or    3B: Health insurance ≠ Healthcare. What’s the difference,     and what  you should do about it             Michael Mueller, TIG Advisors       3:00 pm – 3:30 pm Break Please visit the exhibitors while you enjoy some refreshments 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm Breakout Session 4             4A: Strategic Succession Planning:  Leveraging the Concepts of             Strategic Management to Build Your Succession Plan             Bill Dial, MCC                                     Or                    4B: Planning For 100             Don Harris, AIG 4:30 pm – 5:45 pm Social Hour   Exhibitor Drawings   Cocktails and Social Hour (Cash Bar)   5:45 pm – 6:45 pm Dinner   6:45 pm – 8:45 pm Evening Fun and Networking Events           Friday November 15, 2019 – School Spirit Day 7:30 am – 8:30 am Breakfast 8:30 am – 9:30 am Breakout Session 5             5A: Dance With Me: One Organizations Journey             Building a Diversity & Inclusion Movement             Gretchen Shanofsky, UHC                                     Or             5B: Showing Up At Work             Mark Saine, TIAA   9:30 am – 10:30 am Breakout Session 6             6A: Regulatory Update for HR Managers             Hayley Hanson, Husch Blackwell                                     Or             6B: Surviving Organizational Change         Alan Toigo, University of Missouri 10:30 am – 10:45 am Break 10:45 am – 11:45 am Legal Update for HR   Ian Cooper & Kate Nash, Tueth Keeney 11:45 am – 12:00 pm Closing Session and Final Drawing Thank you for your attendance and participation.  A special thank you to all of our corporate sponsors, exhibitors, and our host Margaritaville.  See you all next year! Presentation Descriptions Dance with Me – One Organization’s Journey Building a Diversity & Inclusion Movement Diversity in the workplace is a priority for 67% of job-seeking candidates, according to a recent GlassDoor study. Research from McKinsey shows that organizations with diverse talent are 35% more likely to outperform more homogenous organizations. Harvard Business Review reports that companies with diverse leadership are 45% likelier to report that their firm’s market share grew over the previous year and 70% likelier to report that the firm captured a new market. Diversity programs, when well-executed, can help improve employee engagement, productivity, and retention. This presentation will walk through the first year journey of a fledgling Diversity & Inclusion movement and give some suggestions on how to channel employee engagement into activities that will meaningfully benefit workplace culture. Health insurance ≠ Healthcare. What’s the difference, and what you should do about it Why do you offer employee benefits? For many organizations, offering employee benefits is a way to say "we care about our employees", but the rising healthcare costs are making this increasingly difficult. Status quo health plans are shifting costs, while ignoring the underlying cause of the increasing costs. In this presentation we'll make a distinction between "health insurance" and "healthcare", and uncover how to leverage health intelligence to lower the cost of healthcare.  Higher Education Benchmarking Results for 2018-2019 Last year MCUPA engaged with a benchmarking report that had been running through USI for over 10 years. This year on top of the 2,500+ employers that participated, the survey included 16 MCUPA schools and 67 regional Higher Education Institutions. Come and see the aggregate data and what it means for the future of Higher Ed benefits in the state of Missouri. We’ll also be looking at new merging trends in Higher Ed offerings like pet insurance! How Well Is Your Financial Wellness? Where LTCi Fits In Do you correlate money with stress? If you answered “yes”, you’re not alone.  According to the Stress in America Survey, 62% of Americans believe money and stress go hand in hand.  Bring your thinking caps and questions as we explore the world of financial wellness programs for employers along with a HR co-presenter. National experts and sought-after speakers, LTC Solutions, will take a detailed look into the big picture financial wellness, and how long-term care insurance fits into that puzzle.  Learn the about the three-legged stool of financial wellness, and why LTCi is key: Why is LTCi the largest threat to a 401k? Where is the disconnect between financial wellness tool offerings? How can you as the employer can help with education and exclusive offerings? What types of solutions are there? (Trusts, Savings, Investments, Life Insurance, Standalone Long Term Care, Combo Long Term Care) Legal Update for HR! Catch-up on the latest legal issues impacting HR professionals in higher education! This presentation will include an update on recent statutory changes and case law. Mobilize the Unicorns Instagram boasts 7.5 million photos tagged with #unicorn.  The unicorn this session addresses are the hard-to-find, rare candidate profiles that businesses fight for every day.  Attendees will learn out-of-the-box approaches to lure talent, maximize performance of talent, and reward talent.  There’s never been a better time for HR leaders to show their value to the organization by embracing these best practices Planning For 100 To Be Determined Regulatory Update for HR Managers In this session, an overview of the changing regulatory landscape will be considered as well as important regulatory updates and common HR legal issues for human resource managers in higher education. Shifting Sands:  Employment Law and Human Resources Trends in 2019 and Beyond… This presentation covers trends in employment law at a federal, state and local level (marijuana, paid leave, predictive scheduling, equal pay and employee privacy) as well as HR trends (Analytics, AI and New Compensation Models) Showing Up at Work The manner in which we show up at work affects our entire life and the lives of those around us. In a demanding world, it is ever more important to consider and manage how we “show up” at work. During this session we’ll explore the impact of mood (our internal weather) on our work and lives and on the lives and work of those around us. We’ll discuss routines that create and sustain a positive mood. Strategic Succession Planning:  Leveraging the Concepts of Strategic Management to Build Your Succession Plan Succession Planning and Workforce Planning in the 21st organization has become an issue that CEO’s of organizations has prioritized as an urgent issue.  Yet, much of the extant data demonstrates that even if an organization has a succession and/or workforce plan, it is not effectively administered. In this presentation, the crosswalk of the theoretical concepts of succession and workforce planning are built by aligning the concepts of succession planning and workforce planning with the principles of strategic management and planning. Surviving Organizational Change Organizational change can be physically and emotionally exhausting for employees. Change can lead to unclear processes and chain-of-command. Unmanaged change can cause employee anxiety and work stagnation, and worse yet intentional sabotage and other destructive behaviors. This seminar uses research from human development theory, the psychology of personality and communication theory to provide employees practical tools to survive during times of organizational change. Drawing on organizational and change management researchers such as Kezar, Stapley, Argyris, and Stacey, participants will learn how to recognize signs that they are moving into the unstable zone, demonstrate Model II communication techniques, and design a good-enough holding environment within their workplace. Participants will have an opportunity to role play during the session to practice these skills. Walking on Eggshells 2.0 - The Pay Equity Omelet In 2018 we compared pay equity analysis to walking on eggshells. One year later, Employers are uncovering cracked eggshells in their compensation programs. This discovery process has been aided by OFCCP audits, enactment of robust pay equity state legislation, and the high profile of the #MeToo movement. It is no longer a question of treading lightly on delicate eggshells.  Today’s HR leaders need to know how to successfully create an omelet out of a potentially messy situation underfoot.  This presentation will provide such an action plan. What Employers Need to Know: Wellness Programs Most workplaces are offering some type of wellness programming to employees and often offer incentives to increase participation in these programs. Workplaces need to consider the laws and regulations that may impact their wellness program. This informative session will discuss worksite wellness programs and the key laws that govern these programs. These laws include: HIPAA nondiscrimination and wellness rules, Americans with Disabilities Act, Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act and the Internal Revenue Code. The session will provide examples of wellness programs to demonstrate how to apply correct incentives and to discuss the applicable rules and regulations. Margaritaville Lake Resort Accommodations The Fall Conference will be held at Margaritaville Lake Resort. Margaritaville is nestled in the foothills of the Ozarks, just 3 hours from Kansas City and St. Louis. This wilderness resort, spanning 420 acres along the banks of the beautiful Lake of the Ozarks, has the largest meeting facilities in the region! Enjoy fun year-round activities at Timber Falls Indoor Waterpark, Bears Den Arcade, two championship golf courses, bowling and much more. The Marina stays open until October, weather permitting. To learn about all Margaritaville Lake Resort has to offer, please visit their website www.margarittavilleresortlakeoftheozarks.com. Reservations for the Conference can be made directly with Margaritaville Lake Resort Reservations Office at 1-800-826-8272, or via the Margaritaville Lake Resort website at www.margaritavilleresortlakeoftheozarks.com by Wednesday, October 16th to be assured the group rate and location. Margaritaville Lake Resort will continue to take reservations after this date, based upon availability.) (hotel code: COLL) Directions From Springfield – Interstate 44 East to Lebanon, Highway 5 North to Camdenton, Highway 54 East to Osage Beach. Exit right at Highway KK Osage Beach, turn left. Remain on Highways KK, merging with traffic coming off the round-a-bout. Margaritaville Lake Resort will be 2 miles on the left. Approximate miles: 90. From Kansas City –  Interstate 70 East to Highway 65 South to Highway 54 East (at Preston) to Osage Beach. Exit right at Highway KK Osage Beach, turn left. Remain on Highways KK, merging with traffic coming off the round-a-bout. Margaritaville Lake Resort will be 2 miles on theleft.  Approximate miles: 190-200  From St. Louis – Interstate 70 West to Kingdom City, exit right, turn left onto Highway 54 West. Continue on Highway 54 West through Jefferson City and Osage Beach, exiting right at Highway KK exit. Turn right on Highway KK, remain on Highway KK, merging with traffic coming off the round-a-bout. Margaritaville Lake Resort will be 2 miles on the left. Approximate miles: 180-200 MCUPA-HR Board of Directors 2019 - 2020 President – Ranea Taylor, University of Central Missouri President elect – Alissa Vandeven, Southeast Missouri State University Secretary – Laura Richards, Metropolitan Community College Treasurer – Roger Dusing, Park University    At-Large Members:   Evan Jewsbury, Missouri Southern State University                                    Linda Church, State Fair Community College  

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