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Jen Colletta is managing editor at HRE. She earned bachelor's and master's degrees in writing from La Salle University in Philadelphia and spent 10 years as a newspaper reporter and editor before joining HRE. She can be reached at [email protected]
Digital on-demand staffing platforms are disrupting the future of work.
Shortages in the skilled-trade workforce spurred a new educational program at Lowe’s.
Author and business theorist Jeffrey Pfeffer details the severe impact workplace stress is having on both employees and companies.
Financial incentives are on the rise in employee-wellness programs, according to a new survey.
Target Corp. will revamp how it evaluates job candidates’ criminal records after a class-action lawsuit and a complaint by the EEOC.
Recent workplace research revealed some surprising findings.
Companies can be proactive about rooting out scam artists using their brand in fake job postings.
A new survey finds that the right benefits can make the difference in this tight job market.
There are stark differences in how concerned Americans are about workplace sexual harassment.
Should employers be prevented from requiring workers to respond to email after hours? One New York lawmaker thinks so.
Companies in high-turnover industries are looking to education-assistance programs to improve recruitment and retention.
Lack of money and manpower, coupled with outdated HR systems, may be putting your organization at risk.
Vertically integrated healthcare is making a comeback—and HR leaders need to be ready.
Benefits programs can offer financial security for employees, but income gaps persist.
A new report finds that flu-related worker absences carry a hefty price tag for companies.
New EU data-protection regulations are set to begin this spring, impacting U.S. companies with offices abroad. Are HR leaders ready for the change?
California lawmakers are educating employers on workers’ rights as immigration raids ramp up.
If given the choice, employees would opt for more money over a better title.
Salary-history bans are picking up steam across the country as the latest effort to close the gender pay gap.
Nine years after the Fair Pay Act was signed into law, workplace-equity advocates say the country has a long way to go to close the gender pay gap.