COLLECTION: April coronavirus news
Employers are now weighing the risks and benefits of reopening.
April 30: Tech tools in the age of COVID-19
The pandemic is driving the need for tools to meet new communications and safety concerns.
As employers consider reopening plans, Mark Cuban is cautioning them to focus on culture, which should go hand in hand with purpose and brand, according to i4cp.
New digital tool looks to foster employee resiliency during pandemic crisis.
New research reveals employers’ expectations for workforce stress levels in the coming months.
Workers are more concerned about their finances than they are about mental or physical health.
A scant 2% of employers surveyed believe they can remove precautions in a matter of weeks.
In a world where “social distancing” has become the new norm, organizations are increasingly looking to foster a sense of belonging.
Veteran HR executive gears up to help her organization usher in the “new normal.”
Here’s how many employees say their employer isn’t offering programs to support them during the pandemic—and what it means for HR leaders.
Accenture’s Ellyn Shook explores HR’s role in getting Americans back to work.
Retirement account balances sank 19% in the first quarter, according to Fidelity Investments.
The financial company’s Kathie Patterson talks about how she’s handling the coronavirus pandemic.
Here’s how many companies are providing special emotional and mental health programs because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Even senior leaders may need some support on managing a remote workforce.
With millions of Americans working remotely, employers are finding creative ways to mark the annual event
A panel of experts explores HR’s challenge to keep workforces productive and engaged—largely from home—during and after a dangerous and uncertain pandemic.
Communicating with at-home employees requires a measured approach.
More companies say they’re providing additional scheduling flexibility to employees with children during the pandemic.
Prioritizing employee wellbeing has been a key component of SEI’s response to the pandemic.
From the fate of 401(k)s to employers investing in benefit offerings, here are some of the top stories for HR and benefits leaders.
Here’s how many companies are mulling whether to cut or eliminate retirement plan contributions.
Analyst Josh Bersin discusses COVID-19 impacts on the workplace and outlooks on the future of HR with HR Technology Conference Chair Steve Boese.
Forced to cut costs, employers are considering halting or reducing retirement matches. But the move might be temporary.
Industry experts offer HR and benefits leaders advice on how to communicate retirement account changes due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Many employers are relying on video as they recruit and hire remotely.
HR can serve as the “conscience of leadership” during this unprecedented time.
The HR standout brings extensive experience to a fast-growth tech start-up.
Here’s how many employees feel they can do their job efficiently at home during the pandemic—and what it means for HR leaders.
New podcast and resource site dives deep into legislative and compliance issues.
HR leaders have a critical role to play.
Here’s how many Americans say a lack of savings is their top financial concern during the pandemic—and what it means for HR leaders.
Designing organizations to adapt is key to success in situations like today’s.
More paid time off, expanded childcare support and a one-time check for $1,200 are among the strategies for helping workers, CHRO says.
Like other employers, the tech giant is offering its managers tools on how to engage and destress employees.
Here’s how many employers are focusing more on caregiving benefits—and what it means for HR leaders.
This is how much many workers say they’re more productive now that they’re working from home.
From misconceptions on telehealth awareness to resource spotlights, here are some of the top stories for HR and benefits leaders.
The pandemic crisis has forced CHROs to consider the critical qualities necessary for being effective as an employee and as a leader.
Bruce Daisley hopes his new book will help employees overcome the new challenges they’re now facing.
The pandemic is accelerating the change, innovation and disruption that have long been in the works for HR. This is our moment.
As workforces around the world adjust to the changes being ushered in by the coronavirus pandemic, technology will likely be more important than ever.
Here’s how many employees say the pandemic is making them feel worse about their financial health—and what it means for HR leaders.
Though the coronavirus means we aren’t gathering for our benefits conference, HRE’s coverage of the industry’s hottest trends continues.
Employers may see that many onsite jobs ‘could be done just about anywhere and could be done just as well,’ one expert says.
The coronavirus pandemic has forced millions of employees to work from home—and that shift to remote work may be the new normal for quite some time.
Here’s how many days it took for a group of employers to come together and create a platform to help get the unemployed back to work.
The solution is designed to help employers estimate health plan costs in today’s uncertain environment.
Backers of the free B2B service say it may help hundreds of thousands get back to work.
Workforce planning will need to be rethought, as senior executives delay their planned retirements and high potentials consequently see less opportunities for moving up.
Here’s how many employees say the pandemic is the most stressful time of their career—and what it means for HR leaders.
All critical positions must have backups.
Senior leaders not only have to be excellent communicators but they must be exceptionally skilled in crisis situations.
The tech giant is the latest employer to beef up benefits and offer extra support for employees working at home.
Here’s how many Americans say they don’t think they have access to telehealth—and what it means for HR leaders.
Employers were already increasingly looking to meet the needs of caregiving employees.
The bank’s head of D&I shares secrets to success of managing a diverse, global workforce.
The new policy, spurred by the pandemic, is unique in covering temporary and gig workers—who historically have missed out on workplace benefits.
This is how many employers are frequently sharing information about their responses to COVID-19—and what that means for HR leaders.
The coronavirus pandemic is shining a light on remote work benefits, and there are important lessons to learn.
Former Pfizer CHRO weighs in with lessons from the Great Recession.
It’s been half a year since Pilot won $25K for its coaching platform at HR Tech. What’s changed for the startup?
Do your digital interviews give job candidates the right impression?
Analysis from the Integrated Benefits Institute finds the staggering cost of sick leave and short-term disability as a result of the pandemic.
Values-driven approaches are key to rising to the challenge of COVID-19.
How quickly our world changes.
HR leaders can restore productivity and deliver on employee experience by focusing on employees’ emotions.
Best practices for new CHROs in a post-scandal, coronavirus world.
With millions of employees suddenly working remotely—and little time to prepare—employers are scrambling to ensure cybersecurity
Employers are pretty much on the same page when it comes to tackling the many workplace issues stemming from the pandemic.
Weeks in, COVID-19 has shifted how CHROs are leading within their organizations. But innovations abound.
New analysis has big implications for HR executives left managing company healthcare costs for the year.
From fitness videos and meditation apps to financial wellness and mental health help, a look at new resources available to aid employers and employees.
It isn’t yet possible to clearly see the next stage. It is possible to prepare for it, nonetheless.
Employers have a number of tools at their disposal to ready employees to work from home, more than 2,000 participants learned.