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How technology is helping HR make smarter, faster, better decisions.
HR has a tough road ahead in its effort to support struggling employees.
From 5 ways COVID-19 has changed benefits to how LinkedIn is addressing burnout, here are some of the week’s top stories.
A new survey finds that women with kids are increasingly concerned about career advancement amid the pandemic.
Most workers are not taking time off, which is problematic as burnout and stress soar.
Ariel Investments' business success is tied to its prioritization of organizational culture.
A new survey finds that, while some challenges have lessened in the last year, others have increased.
From mental health attention to more care for employees, the pandemic has reshaped how employers think about support.
Employees are looking for support—and watching how their employers respond, experts say.
Jessie LaJoie of scheduling platform Doodle says more frequent communication will be a lasting effect of the pandemic.
Given new pandemic-driven concerns, employers need to revisit policies in order to reduce the chance of litigation.
Employers in some industries struggled to keep workers informed as cultures quickly changed during COVID.
While frontline workers are key to business success, few employers are prioritizing their employee experience.
The move comes as many employers look at ways to help address soaring rates of burnout and other mental health afflictions.
From vaccine strategies to new IRS guidance allowing employees to use HSAs, FSAs and HRAs on COVID PPE, here are some of the week’s top stories.
And three tips for how leaders can overcome it.
A new survey finds that diversity, equity and inclusion are even more top of mind for employers than post-COVID plans.
The pandemic has had many sectors dialing back hiring, but technology is not one of them.
This exec led the people side of a business transformation at FARE, the leading nonprofit representing the food allergy community.
Seven in 10 employees are at risk for mental health conditions. Here’s what that means for HR leaders.