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It’s no surprise that employee wellbeing and the new federal administration are top of mind for employers.
According to meQuilibrium’s mood-tracking tool, the day after the U.S. presidential election was the most stressful of the year for employees.
Witnessing anxiety and stress, smart leaders are supporting workers and validating their feelings—without engaging in political debate.
Few employers have a specific plan to talk with their workforce about the election. But that’s a mistake, experts say.
A new survey lays out small and medium employer concerns regarding the need for added post-election stimulus funding.
Healthcare always seems to dominate the election season. This year is no different.
In advance of an HBLC keynote, a Jan. 29 Twitter chat with the American Benefits Council takes a look at what’s at stake in a presidential election year.
Gratitude shouldn’t just be reserved for the holiday season, says 15Five Chief Culture Officer Shane Metcalf.
Check back with us daily as we provide the latest news and insights to how HR can best respond for the betterment of their employees.
From the importance of taking PTO to new data on ICHRAs, here are some of the week’s top stories.
With the pandemic causing new anxieties, employers need to rethink their benefits to provide a better mix of tools for managing stress, burnout and depression.
With a new administration, employers will need to redouble their efforts to minimize divisiveness and boost diversity.
With the election this week, distractions are inevitable.
Blackrock’s new policies about conflicts of interest could make a mess for HR and employees.
Consistency is key when it comes to free speech policies, experts say.
Experts say open and respectful conversation is key to maintaining civility.
Though the coronavirus means we aren’t gathering for our benefits conference, HRE’s coverage of the industry’s hottest trends continues.
An inspiring keynote speaker and an in-depth look at the biggest benefits trends are among the highlights.
For the first time, retention has pushed to the top of the list of HR concerns.
The annual benefits conference will have new tracks focused on financial wellness and hot benefit trends to help employers recruit and retain talent.