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Many employees are not planning on getting a flu shot this year. What does that mean for HR leaders?
2020 HR Tech Influencer Rebecca Wettemann shares why data and tech are impeditive to help employers grow from the challenges brought by COVID-19.
The coffee giant will provide all U.S. workers a free one-way ride to the polls.
Snail mail, podcasts and virtual sessions all part of benefit selection and education during the pandemic.
American College of Surgeons’ CHRO Michelle McGovern relies on strategic partnerships to build a world-class HR function.
Jennifer Landis of Black Hills Corp. strives to create opportunities that help employees achieve personal and professional goals.
Accenture CHRO and HR Executive of the Year Ellyn Shook is responding to the many new priorities brought by the pandemic with empathetic action.
These 16 solutions illustrate the HR tech innovation on the horizon.
From the pandemic’s impact on employer healthcare costs to how HR leaders can encourage employees to get a flu shot, here are some of the week’s top stories.
Self-care days, flexible work, housekeeping help and more are among the employer’s new COVID-19-era perks.
The vast majority of employees don’t educate themselves on their benefit options. Here’s what that means for HR leaders.
Virtual reality could be an important tool as employers seek to deliver more effective learning.
NINJIO’s new HR content explores sensitive workplace issues in short, celebrity-featured videos.
Integrity Staffing Solutions' Susan Baxter says HR and safety go hand in hand, even before the pandemic.
Why HR's next steps need to include adopting technology and moving beyond financial survival and workplace safety.
L&D programs deserve a hard look by HR leaders to ensure they're not wasting employees' time, advises an e-learning expert.
Flu season has arrived in this unconventional year for healthcare.
The open-office concept is a thing of the past, experts say.
Deferred healthcare this year will fuel increases in employer costs for healthcare benefits in 2021.
With Families First Act protections falling away, advocates are calling for a public-private solution.