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HRE’s number of the day: workplace safety

OSHA-related complaints are on the rise, yet employers are planning to take safety seriously as people get back to work.

Here’s Why Workplace Safety Requires Continuous Vigilance

Conducting background checks has become standard procedure for the hiring process. But what about after an employee is hired?

Number of the day: workplace health and safety

Want to attract employees? Research indicates you should prioritize keeping workers safe amid the pandemic.

Can today’s employee listening tools predict workplace violence?

Listening tools are designed to collect and analyze the data from employee sentiments—but can they look into their impulses?

At PwC, this Rising Star is helping the firm reimagine the workplace

Yolanda Seals-Coffield, deputy people leader at PwC, is embracing remote work, betting big on benefits and prioritizing employee needs as the firm invests $2.4 billion in its people program.

4 ways to enhance employee safety, health and well-being in 2022

Learn how to support employees as they continue to navigate ever-changing safety policies and work arrangements following the effects of the pandemic.

JLL white paper: Workforce readiness must include workplace wellness

Download this white paper to learn why workplace wellness is the key to workplace readiness.

Workplace bullying: A ‘wildly out of control’ epidemic

As the U.S. lags other countries in addressing the issue, experts offer advice for HR leaders.

COLLECTION: Strategies to manage coronavirus in the workplace

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.

Chevron CHRO: Worker health and safety ‘front and center’ for 2022

Rhonda Morris, newly installed as a fellow in the National Academy of Human Resources, shares her reflections on the pandemic and insights for next year.

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