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From how one retailer is encouraging its workers to get a COVID vaccine to the most-coveted employee benefits, here are some of the week’s top stories.
It’s one of the first announcements by an employer of how they are encouraging workers to get vaccinated.
Some Silicon Valley organizations are recalculating pay for workers who live in lower-cost areas.
From health savings account contribution limits to HDHP deductibles, here’s a look at what’s changing, and what's not, come January.
From Election Day benefits and easing related anxiety to new 401(k) and FSA contribution limits for 2021, here are some of the week’s top stories.
Number of employees reporting high levels of financial stress has doubled since COVID-19 began, new data finds.
Several ballot measures across the country included initiatives that will affect HR, including how California classifies ride-share drivers.
From why employers should act now on mental health to how financial wellness programs are changing, here are some of the week’s top stories.
New research shows organizations feel increasing responsibility for workers' financial wellness—especially during the pandemic.
Higher premiums and greater implementation of high-deductible health plans may be looming, Gallagher research finds.
As the number of remote jobs increases, HR is tasked with rethinking pay variations based on geography.
Employers may or may not participate in President Trump's payroll tax hiatus, which is riddled with uncertainty.
Here’s how many workers say they’re earning half or less of their pre-pandemic income—and what it means to HR leaders.
A compensation strategy must be dynamic to survive a crisis such as COVID-19, experts say.
The right tech can help HR leaders design fair changes to compensation, in light of the pandemic.
An overwhelming number of hourly workers have no money saved. What does it mean for HR leaders?
The retailer is handing out bonuses amounting to $428 million to thank employees for working during the pandemic.
Here’s how employers say the pandemic is changing their benefits plans for their workers.
A recent report from Mercer outlines why it's time to "get real" about D&I.
Separating rating and pay decisions may offer employers some legal protection.