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‘The ultimate HR act:’ These lessons from 9/11 remain relevant today

Two decades later, HR leaders are dealing with a different, more disruptive crisis but one that is also testing what it means to address employee needs. 

Quiet quitting: Why it’s exactly what should be happening today

'Going forward, we have to get better at managing performance,' writes Wharton and National Academy of HR expert Peter Cappelli.

Late-stage cancer is rising; here’s why that’s HR latest challenge

Cancer overtook musculoskeletal conditions as employers' top healthcare cost driver in a new survey.

Race, culture and mental health—how DEI can unlock change

The time is now for listening to the diverse needs of employees.

5 questions for HR to ask ahead of open enrollment season

Employers need to rethink employee support ahead of this year's renewal period.

How employers are rethinking salary, benefits as turnover continues

Companies are turning to pay increases and more diverse benefits to keep workers at their jobs, Gallagher data finds.

How many employees are looking for workplaces with mental health support?

Want to keep workers? Step up mental health benefits, data implies.

Are you offering the benefits employees most want? Probably not, data finds

Employers can “be doing more to support their employees,” says one industry expert.

HR Tech Conference 2022: How HR technology impacts HR’s own wellbeing

Technology can play an important role in reducing HR stress.

Employers anticipating big jump in cost of health benefits next year

Costs per employee may jump even higher if organizations don’t act now, experts say.

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