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Web Editor Michael J. O’Brien has been with HRE for more than a decade and holds a degree in economics from Boston College. He can be reached at [email protected]
Presidential candidate Kamala Harris says that, as president, she will fine companies that don’t offer equal pay.
A new report puts a price tag on the effect of stressed employees on a company’s bottom line.
The agency indicates it intends to collect two years of data in the current cycle.
A new academy focuses on programs, resources and community.
HBLC presenter shares findings from new research on opioid use in the workplace.
Employers are embedding their D&I objectives into workplace culture and other programs.
The bill, which has been introduced every year since 1997, now faces an uphill battle in the Senate.
A recent poll finds HR tech spend will rise at three in every 10 companies in 2019.
Executives in the U.S. and Canada report lower rates of onboarding than other geographic areas.
The EEOC’s new reporting system doesn’t contain any pay-reporting requirements.
Americans find soft skills are more desirable than having the right experience or qualifications for a job.
Employers need to prepare for their pay practices to be placed under a microscope.
KPMG research explores the impact of new emerging technologies on employers.
The high court reversed a landmark pay-equity ruling for a very unusual reason.
The HR industry itself is far from diverse, but there is reason for hope.
New report finds employers are concerned about losing talent but are hesitant to increase base pay.
The push for better supply-chain drug pricing and contracting models has reached Washington.
Some employers are embracing new tools to help workers beef up their emergency savings.
Disclosing disparities in gender pay actually narrows the gender wage gap, researchers report.
A new report finds a record number of employers plan to increase their headcount due to automation.