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One in three Americans became caregivers overnight, according to Genworth. So how can employers help?
From how COVID-19 is changing employers’ 401(k) strategies to 7 things HR leaders should consider as they reopen, here are some of the week’s top stories.
Most organizations say they’re planning on reinstating contributions as soon as they are financially able to.
With the pandemic driving higher rates of burnout, organizations should step up with flexibility, mental health days, employees say.
Medidata Chief People Officer Naveen Bhateja says HR must embrace today's changes for tomorrow's success.
Autodesk launched the program in July to support employees with childcare conflicts.
Here’s what employers need to think about before returning to workplaces in the midst of COVID-19.
COVID-19 has a number of companies rethinking retirement contributions—but Fidelity Investments reports some good news.
A “flexible flex” policy is among the strategies Kern Health Systems is using to support its working parents.
Employers must make mental health their 'absolute top priority,' experts say.
From how COVID-19 changed workers' views on their benefits to how employers are helping working parents, here are some of the week’s top stories.
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.
'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.