COLFAX, NC—Womble Bond Dickinson attorney Beth Tyner Jones will speak at the 2019 NC CUPA-HR Spring Professional Development Workshop . Her presentation will focus on “Legal Changes Impacting Higher Ed HR in 2019”.

The 2019 NC CUPA-HR Spring Professional Development Workshop is expected to attract more than 100 higher education HR professionals from across North Carolina. Other sessions at the workshop will include:

  • “Strategic Communications and Developing a Compelling HR Website”;
  • “HR Strategies for 2019 and Beyond”; and
  • “Onboarding: Deliberate Strategies for Engaging and Connecting New Employees”.
  • The one-day workshop takes place April 29 at The Conference Center @ GTCC in Colfax.

The North Carolina Chapter of CUPA-HR provides leadership higher education human resources profession and the higher education community by offering essential knowledge, resources, and connections that enhance individual and institutional capacity and competitiveness.

Beth Tyner Jones has nearly three decades of experience counseling employers on all facets of employment law matters. She leads the firm’s US-based Labor & Employment Team, which represents employers in labor and employment litigation as well as counsels employers proactively to manage risk and to help prevent such disputes. She also is a leader of the firm’s Education and School Law Team and serves on Womble Bond Dickinson’s Firm Management Committee. Jones is the Managing Partner of the firm’s Raleigh and Research Triangle Park offices.