More than 80% of respondents believe social unrest and nationwide protests are having a considerable impact on work.
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With non-essential employees about to return to workplaces, employers must heed legal pitfalls to avoid litigation.
More than 300 organizations including Ford, Starbucks and New Balance have already contributed.
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HR, like the rest of our culture, is at an inflection point.
Half of survey respondents don't use dedicated teams to respond to social and political events.
Recognition, check-ins with managers, and asking employees how they are feeling are key.
Compassion and a collaborative digital mindset are components of successful HR leaders of tomorrow, including this 2020 HR Tech Influencer.
The former McDonald's and Choice Hotels International HR leader now brings her expertise to nonprofit Enterprise Community Partners.
To drive change in HR, assess, align and act on what the world is telling us.
CHROs around the world seek to help their organizations not only cope with—but emerge better from—the COVID-19 crisis.
Thought leader and HRE columnist Jason Averbook shares about on how HR should respond to the ongoing uprisings.
Cigna’s Dr. Stuart Lustig sounds off on how the issue is affecting employees’ health—and, in turn, employers.
In the first of a series, here are a set of questions to generate more agile business approaches.
The daily health assessment helps combat COVID-19 spread and provides employees with access to concierge services.