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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.
By: | July 8, 2020
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July 8: Study: Pandemic taking greater toll on women in the workforce

Here are 3 data-based questions HR leaders should ask to improve employee experience for men and women.

July 7: How start-ups can shine at HR Tech

Pitchfest returns at this year’s conference, with $25,000 top prize.

July 7: HR Tech Influencer tips: Managing the new ‘blended’ workforce

During the pandemic, HR leaders are doing double duty looking after remote and on-site employees. Here is advice on how to make it all work.

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July 7: Take a peek inside Pinterest’s COVID-19 benefits strategy

Expanded parenting benefits and mental health support are among the tactics for the social media company.

July 7: HRE’s number of the day: depression among working women

How many women are struggling with depression and anxiety—and how can HR leaders help?

July 6: Why upgrading the employee experience will boost business

‘Companies that used financial returns as their sole measure of value have reached a reckoning.’

July 6: Averbook: 7 must-haves in your crisis communication plan

Amid the pandemic and push for social justice, employer trust is needed more than ever.

July 6: Record-breaking healthcare premiums ‘not a great’ milestone

Family premiums keep increasing. So how are employers holding down costs?

July 3: How do you attract young professionals in a pandemic?

A program that promotes Kansas City as a talent destination is shifting its approach to internships.

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July 3: Coronavirus resource spotlight: CVS Health’s return to work service

A look at the company’s COVID-19 testing solution, which includes an onsite option.

July 3: Benefits news you may have missed: June 29-July 3

From how COVID is changing voluntary benefits to wellbeing tech tips, here are some of the week’s top stories.

July 3: What the freeze on foreign worker visas means for HR

President Trump’s order will cause employers to look for ways to adjust. It won’t be easy, say experts.

July 3: HRE’s number of the day: remote work accommodations

How many employers are offering work-from-home options upon reopening—and what does it mean for HR leaders?

July 2: Pandemic changes workplace—and benefits—likely forever

Here’s how employers say the pandemic is changing their benefits plans for their workers.

July 2: Virtual internships: Why ‘engagement and experience’ are key

A new tool from Alexander Mann Solutions aims to help employers transition their intern programs online.

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July 1: What COVID means for voluntary benefits might surprise you

New financial priorities and “heightened sense of mortality” are driving interest in some offerings.

July 1: How this global nomad used her experience to manage the COVID crisis

How the Schneider Electric HR leader finds calm and balance during a pandemic.

July 1: Boese: Tech tips to give wellbeing the attention it deserves

Employees’ physical, mental and financial wellbeing is suffering. Here’s how HR tech can help.

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