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COVID-19 is prompting more job seekers to inquire about resources to help them manage stress.
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.
According to meQuilibrium's mood-tracking tool, the day after the U.S. presidential election was the most stressful of the year for employees.
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.
Despite reports of risks, many employees would prefer in-person or hybrid working to fully remote.
Employees are using less and less PTO—at a time when they should be using it more than ever.
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.
Genpact’s longtime HR leader sounds off on the challenges and opportunities 2020 has brought.
A veteran recruiter from PwC shares best practices for building a more inclusive workforce.
Going back to the workplace can pose some risks to the culture gains many organizations have made over the last few months.
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.
Number of employees reporting high levels of financial stress has doubled since COVID-19 began, new data finds.
“You can’t pour from an empty pot.”
Well-positioned to handle the pandemic because of its tech focus, the company still had changes to make.
Industry leaders spent the week exploring the challenges of 2020 and the opportunities to come.
Attendees of HR Tech sound off on whether they plan to require employees to come back to the office in early 2021.