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Kathleen Weslock shares lessons from managing through 9/11 and her main concern during COVID: families with extra responsibilities at home.
The retailer is handing out bonuses amounting to $428 million to thank employees for working during the pandemic.
A new guide contains resources and tools aimed at addressing mental health and workplace wellness issues in an evidence-based way.
The company plans to open 20 health centers in five cities as part of a new pilot program to provide primary care for workers.
“Take Care,” from Limeade's Laura Hamill, has a deeper message that she says can improve workplace culture and employee wellbeing.
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From virtual camps as a pandemic benefit to a look at whether telehealth will continue after COVID-19, here are some of the week’s top stories.
How many employers say they’re considering dropping an insurance benefit due to COVID-19?
The financial services firm is partnering with Boston Children’s Museum on the offering to help working parents.
HR leaders are committing to more wellbeing efforts, especially mental and financial health help, says Willis Towers Watson leader.
More than half of employees are using multiple collaboration tools each day.
A look into the continuing treatment and cost benefits of telemedicine for employees.
HR executives should be the leaders in transitioning employees back to the workplace, Virgin Pulse CEO says. Here’s how they can best do that.
These 3 questions will help you design wellness interventions that are specific, purposeful and effective.
A look at the company’s app that aims to help employees safely return to the workplace amid COVID-19.
More employers are embracing online fitness classes—a trend that will likely continue.
From Twitter’s new virtual camp for employees to an inside look at Pinterest’s COVID benefits strategy, here are some of the week’s top stories.
BNY Mellon, Pfizer and Siemens leaders discuss the pandemic—and how it will change the workplace.
With unused PTO an accounting liability, employers may need to get creative to urge their workers to take vacation this year.
American workers are far from convinced that life will return to normal any time soon, according to a new mental health survey.