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Julie Cook Ramirez is a Rockford, Ill.-based journalist and copywriter covering all aspects of human resources. She can be reached at [email protected]
Low unemployment and the desire for a more diverse workforce are leading employers to do what was once unthinkable: hire the formerly incarcerated.
The movement seems like a major step forward for women, but a new study found a slew of negative consequences that could set women’s careers back.
Some employers are designating specific times for workers to scroll social media.
Some employers are turning to on-demand-pay apps to help employees living paycheck to paycheck.
The SSA is notifying thousands of employers of a records mismatch. Here’s how to respond.
With specialty drugs accounting for an ever-increasing portion of total spend, plan sponsors are employing creative cost-cutting strategies.
Learning leaders are charged with overseeing the development of the workforce, but how are they tending to their own developmental needs?
Following a three-year reprieve, companies must now comply with the Obama-era regulation.
Investing in a diverse workforce is paying dividends for TD Bank.
New Bersin report identifies three essential activities for improving performance management processes.
Workers are often left in the dark when it comes to an organization’s D&I policies.
Companies use podcasts as internal communication tools—but how do you get people to listen?
A new study looks at why women are hesitant to make a big professional leap.
HR technology is advancing at the speed of light. Can HR keep up?
Employers are looking to innovative perks to retain valued workers.
House Democrats will likely push workplace legislation—but will any of it be signed into law?
The applications provide new means for facilitating and enhancing meaningful mentoring relationships.
Working seniors are challenging organizations to develop programs focused on their retention.
Employers are recognizing the value of effective onboarding as unemployment remains low.
The red-hot labor market has employers rethinking their compensation strategies.