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With Isaias churning off the East Coast, it's a good reminder for HR leaders to check and update their disaster plans for the COVID era.
A compensation strategy must be dynamic to survive a crisis such as COVID-19, experts say.
There’s no going back to solely in-person L&D, says one training company.
From the rise of virtual wellness to Google’s decision to keep workers remote until next summer, here are some of the week’s top stories.
The right tech can help HR leaders design fair changes to compensation, in light of the pandemic.
It's time for HR to rise to the moment, take some real risks and redefine what human resources means to organizations.
Virtual meetings can still be effective, if employers follow specific guidelines, according to new research.
In the face of disruptive change, these strategies can help employers optimize the value of their learning investments.
The company’s luxe fitness center may be closed, but remote employees still have access to plenty of ways to stay active.
Employees are experiencing higher levels of risk for depressive and anxiety disorders since the start of the pandemic.
City Harvest CHRO Karrien Francis says the organization's mission hits close to home.
The customer care provider partnered with instant pay company Branch to give employees financial education and more frequent access to their pay.
Join 'HRE' with Mark Stelzner, one of our Top 100 #HRTechInfluencers, for a live discussion of HR's function and how leaders can best leverage HR tech.
Wellness providers Wellbeats and Grokker have both seen big upticks since March.
Younger professionals appear to be harder hit than older workers by layoffs, furloughs and reduced working hours during the pandemic.
Experts predict the tech company’s decision to keep employees remote amid the pandemic may spur others to push back reopening plans.
Testing may be part of employers' return policies, but they also need to consider the context.
An overwhelming number of hourly workers have no money saved. What does it mean for HR leaders?
Best Buy is among the employers that have transitioned their in-person fitness classes to virtual settings.
From Amazon opening health clinics for employees to Walmart giving workers a third COVID-related bonus, here are some of the week’s top stories.