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Mental health

Key to H&R Block’s Great Resignation and COVID strategies? Better benefits

The new benefits are 'an important part of our culture,' says the vice president of total rewards.

What’s Keeping HR Up at Night? The Great Resignation and more, our survey shows

The annual survey from 'HRE’ identifies HR leaders’ biggest stresses and priorities.

Your insider look at the upcoming Health & Benefits Leadership Conference

The April event will feature respected thought leaders and experts sharing valuable insights into the future of HR and benefits.

HR and Omicron: What’s the best response right now?

Neal Mills, Aon's chief medical officer, emphasizes the importance of communication, flexibility and mental health help during the disruption caused by the variant.

Chevron CHRO: Employee health and safety ‘front and center’ for 2022

Rhonda Morris, newly installed as a fellow in the National Academy of Human Resources, shares her reflections on the pandemic and insights for next year.

How Macy’s hopes to drive employee retention with upskilling effort

The retail legend is offering debt-free education programs for high school and college degrees to its U.S. employees.

What ADP Research indicates is fueling the Great Resignation

Employees no longer appear content to define themselves by their jobs, business anthropologist Martha Bird says.

Here’s why healthcare costs will be volatile in 2022 and beyond

Despite stable healthcare costs around the globe, many countries will see double-digit increases, according to Willis Towers Watson.

Number of the day: non-medical benefits

A new study predicts significant growth for benefits such as paid family medical leave and disability insurance. What that means for HR leaders.

Ginger Zee to headline 2022 Health & Benefits Leadership Conference

The TV personality, ABC News chief meteorologist and mental health advocate will speak about why employers must step up their mental health efforts.

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