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The pandemic rapidly accelerated the adoption of virtual healthcare; what that means for HR.
Here’s how many employers say their open enrollment strategy will depend more on digital resources—and what it means for HR leaders.
Women's mobile usage is way up. What does that mean for employers?
The banking giant is extending its childcare reimbursement and other programs through the end of the year.
At a time of collective grief, uncertainty and anxiety, there is a new spotlight on empathy and how employers treat their employees.
Sealed Air's Susan Edwards says HR has become more critical than ever.
Amid fears of high turnover among working parents, employers say flexibility is a must.
'Never waste a good crisis,' one expert says as more employers embrace innovations in employee engagement.
The pandemic reveals gaps in employer offerings, prompts workers to wonder if their company is doing enough to help.
Here’s how many workers say they’re earning half or less of their pre-pandemic income—and what it means to HR leaders.
Telework trends get fresh attention from government leaders.
Consider vacation nudges, including artificial holidays, Fridays off and more, expert says.
From a rare pet adoption assistance benefit to more employers embracing remote work, here are some of the week’s top stories.
The insurer’s virtual summer program for employees’ children is just one way the company hopes to help workers and boost engagement during the pandemic.
Here are three fresh tips HR leaders can use to better recognize workers' needs and support them during COVID-19.
There are no easy fixes for either issue, but new research sheds light on some employer strategies.
Here’s how many employers say they’ve lost employees due to their children’s education needs during COVID—and what it means to HR leaders.
Social Solutions' SVP of People brings experience from BusinessSolver, Target.
Amid challenges from the pandemic and racial tensions, HR leaders are tasked with designing benefits that meet their workforce's unique needs.
WorldatWork CEO Scott Cawood predicts organizations will change forever--and for the better.