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Amid fears of high turnover among working parents, employers say flexibility is a must.
'Never waste a good crisis,' one expert says as more employers embrace innovations in employee engagement.
Telework trends get fresh attention from government leaders.
From a rare pet adoption assistance benefit to more employers embracing remote work, here are some of the week’s top stories.
The pandemic, coupled with the advance of intelligent tools, is giving HR a new mandate.
The insurer’s virtual summer program for employees’ children is just one way the company hopes to help workers and boost engagement during the pandemic.
Here are three fresh tips HR leaders can use to better recognize workers' needs and support them during COVID-19.
There are no easy fixes for either issue, but new research sheds light on some employer strategies.
Helping employees to feel connected in this isolating pandemic is one of HR's biggest tasks.
Leaders must work to "fundamentally redefine HR for the future," Top 100 HR Tech Influencer Mark Stelzner said during a Twitter chat with 'HRE.'
Here’s how many employers say they’ve lost employees due to their children’s education needs during COVID—and what it means to HR leaders.
WorldatWork CEO Scott Cawood predicts organizations will change forever--and for the better.
What a triple threat of crises—COVID-19, diversity and economic challenges—means to HR professionals.
Apple, Facebook and others have joined Google in extending WFH policies, and that's good for wellbeing, says i4cp co-founder Jay Jamrog.
From better leaders to remote work wins, we've seen some good changes—and they should continue after the crisis, one expert says.
Hybrid is likely here to stay. Are you ready?
Doing things is easy. Doing the right things is much more of a challenge.
From four lessons the pandemic is teaching us about benefits to how employees are changing their retirement plans, here are some of the week’s top stories.
The culture shifts must be tailored to a remote workforce, experts say.
Once the crisis subsides, HR leaders have a chance to redefine how they rely on AI, experts say.