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Facts, Figures & Resources

Workers aren’t getting screened for depression–and it’s costing employers

Improving preventive care could reduce lost productivity, the Integrated Benefits Institute says.

Benefits news you may have missed: August 17-21

From how COVID-19 changed workers' views on their benefits to how employers are helping working parents, here are some of the week’s top stories.

Depression risk is soaring for workers; How can HR help?

Employers must make mental health their 'absolute top priority,' experts say.

How HR tech tools integrate work, life

Industry analyst Josh Bersin describes how tech tools can ease HR challenges.

Why this CHRO makes frontline employee safety a priority

Sealed Air's Susan Edwards says HR has become more critical than ever.

COVID-19 is changing how employees view their benefits

The pandemic reveals gaps in employer offerings, prompts workers to wonder if their company is doing enough to help.

Soundbite: This is HR’s time to ‘influence and use our voice’

LogMeIn CHRO Jo Deal says the COVID-19 pandemic and social unrest are catapulting the importance of HR leaders in their organizations.

Coronavirus resource spotlight: virtual college recruiting

Handshake's new suite of products includes a virtual career fair tool.

How COVID is changing employees’ plans for retirement

Good news-bad news: Stress about long-term savings is on the rise–but so are employees’ savings goals.

Number of the day: employee recognition during COVID-19

Workers say appreciation is more important while working from home. Here’s what that means to HR leaders.