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We’ve only just started scratching the surface of HR transformation.
It's no surprise that employee wellbeing and the new federal administration are top of mind for employers.
Cheaper isn’t always better; HR needs real numbers to make that case.
As home and work life blur during the pandemic, employers must evaluate whether their benefit programs are meeting the needs of caregivers.
A recent Gartner survey found that the pandemic has dramatically impacted what HR leaders will be focused on in the coming months.
From the importance of taking PTO to new data on ICHRAs, here are some of the week's top stories.
According to meQuilibrium's mood-tracking tool, the day after the U.S. presidential election was the most stressful of the year for employees.
“Organizations are going to be judged on how we treat our people right now,” says meQuilibrium’s Andrew Shatte.
Calendly’s Jeff Diana thinks tech companies need a more forward-looking approach to HR given this year’s changes.
With the pandemic causing new anxieties, employers need to rethink their benefits to provide a better mix of tools for managing stress, burnout and depression.
Employees are using less and less PTO—at a time when they should be using it more than ever.
Differentiating bias and discrimination is an important first step.
Experts say that times of great change should be seen as opportunities to help organizations form new habits.
The entertainment giant moved past Apple and Netflix, while Best Buy jumped 256 spots to No. 10 on the annual list.
With a new administration, employers will need to redouble their efforts to minimize divisiveness and boost diversity.
Witnessing anxiety and stress, smart leaders are supporting workers and validating their feelings—without engaging in political debate.
In the near-term, the main priorities will revolve around employee wellbeing during the pandemic.
As a COVID-19 vaccine appears closer to reality, this is the time for employers to weigh the options and make decisions about vaccination policies.
“You can’t pour from an empty pot.”
Genpact's Piyush Mehta shares insights from the company's work with Fortune 500 companies.