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A new survey of senior HR leaders shows a move to individual concerns, inclusivity and more.
The more contagious variant, stalled vaccine rates and return to workplace plans are raising the stakes, experts say.
More than a third of employees working from home report a decline in their mental health. Here’s what that means for HR leaders.
The tech firm is giving its 1,200 workers its second collective week off in seven months.
From extra paid time off to fight burnout to how pandemic-fueled trauma is affecting workers, here are some of this week’s top stories.
Here's what experts recommend for organizations trying to combat the trend.
More than a year later, employee wellbeing hasn’t rebounded to pre-pandemic levels. Here’s what that means for HR leaders.
From the latest on vaccine education and mandates to return-to-the-workplace anxiety, here are this week's top stories.
The company gave its on-site factory workers a say in the rewards they received during the early days of the pandemic.
Employers can reduce vaccine-hesitancy while showing employees they care about their total wellbeing.
Despite some shifts, most organizations aren't planning to mandate shots.
June provides a good opportunity to reflect and keep moving forward on inclusion.
From strategies to encourage COVID-19 vaccination to a new mortgage insurance benefit, here are some of this week’s top stories.
The average increased about $1 million over the past year, a new report finds.
Many employees report that cost is the greatest barrier to mental health improvement. Here’s what that means to HR leaders.
The professional services firm pivoted benefits, leave policies and more to focus acutely on wellness.
Inoculation is the safest way to reopen offices and get back to normal, but too many organizations are still not prioritizing vaccines. It’s time to change that.
From what new EEOC vaccine guidance means for HR leaders to SAP’s new flexible work policy, here are some of this week’s top stories.
More companies will likely turn to rewards to encourage inoculation, experts predict.
'After enduring more than a year of long hours and little time off, many workers are feeling burned out and need a break,' one expert says.