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3 ways HR can support mental health as workers return to the office

HR leaders can rely on their creativity, compassion and transparency to ensure mental health support is both visible and tangible.

How the talent squeeze is driving flexible work options

A new survey from labor firm Littler reveals that employers remain concerned about the lack of talent supply.

Number of the day: pandemic PTSD risk

Employees are still reeling from the effects of COVID-19 and still need mental health support, new data finds.

Employers announcing abortion travel benefits in wake of Roe v. Wade news

Amazon, Yelp and others are updating their offerings ahead of a final ruling from the Supreme Court.

Facing a talent drain? SMBs must try training and upskilling

New research shows that small businesses are especially challenged to retain and attract talent in post-pandemic times, but there are solutions to help them compete.

How Baird’s new CHRO connects demographics and the Great Resignation

Rodney Jones-Tyson says he thinks about today's labor challenges as a 'Great Demographic Shift.'

How Moderna is helping its workers while they help the world

Since early in the pandemic, Moderna employees have been taking care of the world. Here’s how the biochem company is taking care of them—for COVID and beyond.

Do you have a long-haul COVID strategy?

The disease can have long-term effects on employees, from joint pain to lasting fatigue, meaning HR needs strategies for addressing FMLA leave and presenteeism challenges.

Mask mandates are falling. Should HR be ready to bring them back?

As pandemic safety measures change, experts advise employers to set employee expectations for how they are monitoring the need for masks, vaccines and testing.

HR needs to help working parents—through the pandemic and beyond

A former HR leader for Instagram and Facebook shares 3 ways HR can prioritize the needs of their working parents, starting with embracing 'maximum flexibility.'

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