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Wellbeing

Why employees aren’t taking vacations now, and how HR can help

Experts suggest that HR leaders address workers' financial worries and watch for burnout in response.

Employers prepare for significant jump in healthcare costs

Seven in 10 employers expect moderate to significant increases in the cost of health benefits over the next three years, according to Willis Towers Watson.

2023 looks to be a ‘banner year’ for salary increases

About half of employers are planning raises next year, according to a new survey.

Employee experience startup takes Pitchfest win

SPOTLYFE takes home the $25,000 prize for its tool, which co-founder Josh Schwede compares to a 'check engine light' for employee burnout.

EX is becoming central to the CHRO role. Here’s why that matters

Amid attraction and retention challenges, HR leaders are rethinking the employee experience.

‘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.

Boosting wages for new hires? What that means to your current employees

Tenured workers aren’t happy about employers’ focus on new hires, a new survey finds. Here’s how employers can manage pay discrepancies.

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

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

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