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From some improvement in employees’ mental health to how one hospital system tackled vaccines, here are some of the week’s top stories.
Today, it has never been clearer: the mental health of your workforce is just as important as their physical health.
HR has a clear opportunity to leverage tech to better support their employees.
Burnout is compounding the issue. So what can employers do to stave off the “talent tsunami?”
Northwell Health is using a three-pronged "influencers" campaign to educate and motivate employees to get vaccinated.
KnowBe4’s Erika Lance was recently selected for the OnCon Icon Award for HR excellence.
Despite some improvement, experts say there is “still a workplace mental health epidemic that cannot be ignored.”
Only a little over half of employees say they would get a COVID-19 vaccine. Here’s what that means to HR leaders.
From the growing trend of vaccine incentives to record-high retirement contributions, here are some of the week’s top stories.
This D&I exec formerly with Sanofi North America looks at mental health as a many-faceted diamond.
Contributions to retirement accounts remained strong in the fourth quarter, according to Fidelity Investments.
2020 presented employers and employees alike a host of challenges related to healthcare.
McDonald’s, Petco and Darden Restaurants are leaning on financial incentives to get workers vaccinated.
A new report finds the practice will be key to stimulating recovery.
One-third of workers have significant questions about the benefits they selected during open enrollment. Here’s what that means for HR leaders.
Fastly Chief People Officer Doniel Sutton says the company is focused on keeping employees connected despite distance.
Fewer than 10% of organizations plan to require employees to get vaccinated, two new surveys find, but most expect to encourage workers to do so.