• Future of Work Town Halls

    The Future of Work Task Force 2023 Committee Report identified several recommendations on how the University should support its existing workforce and plan for the future. Task force recommendations and next steps will be discussed at several town halls.

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The Future of Work (FoW) Task Force committees are charged with developing short- and long-term recommendations to leadership related to work flexibility, our employee value proposition (why people want to work here and remain here), and employee well-being.

The task force will have Universitywide representation that is diverse and provides focus through a generational lens. The task force committees also will address other needed resources, including technology, training and development needs, and any other identified resources required to ensure UMB continues to be an employer of choice both now and in the future.

A Human Resources work group will be charged with creating a job needs assessment tool, ensuring policies and practices reflect the recommendations of the task force, and identifying the strategic workforce planning needs of UMB. All task force recommendations will:

  • Align with UMB’s core values
  • Enhance University culture, engagement, and belonging
  • Position the University for ongoing innovation and discovery
  • Be cost-effective and practical

Milestones

April 2022

FoW Task Force announced by President Bruce E. Jarrell, MD, FACS

June 2022

Executive sponsors, task force co-chairs, and project managers appointed

July 2022

Committee members appointed

August 2022

Committee co-chairs appointed

Task force kickoff meeting

FoW website launched

September 2022 – April 2023

Committees meet to develop recommendations

April 2023 – September 2023

Co-chairs presented to senior leadership

October 2023 – December 2023

Leadership workgroup to review recommendations

Early 2024

Final recommendations communicated to campus via Town Hall meetings (to be scheduled)