COLLECTION: February 2021 coronavirus news
From some improvement in employees’ mental health to how one hospital system tackled vaccines, here are some of the week’s top stories.
This influencer suggests prioritizing employee convenience and engagement capabilities when evaluating tech tools.
HR has a clear opportunity to leverage tech to better support their employees.
Today, it has never been clearer: the mental health of your workforce is just as important as their physical health.
Burnout is compounding the issue. So what can employers do to stave off the “talent tsunami?”
Northwell Health is using a three-pronged “influencers” campaign to educate and motivate employees to get vaccinated.
KnowBe4’s Erika Lance was recently selected for the OnCon Icon Award for HR excellence.
Despite some improvement, experts say there is “still a workplace mental health epidemic that cannot be ignored.”
Spring HR Tech keynoter Jackye Clayton shares perspectives from her own career working in the DEI space.
Only a little over half of employees say they would get a COVID-19 vaccine. Here’s what that means to HR leaders.
A strong employee value proposition can be essential for recruiting and retaining talent in today’s environment.
From the growing trend of vaccine incentives to record-high retirement contributions, here are some of the week’s top stories.
This D&I exec formerly with Sanofi North America looks at mental health as a many-faceted diamond.
Insights into performance management, employee experience and COVID-era changes to HR tech from the principal analyst at RedThread Research.
Contributions to retirement accounts remained strong in the fourth quarter, according to Fidelity Investments.
Spring HR Tech keynoter Torin Ellis says the drive to help organizations expand their DEI efforts is personal.
McDonald’s, Petco and Darden Restaurants are leaning on financial incentives to get workers vaccinated.
A new report finds the practice will be key to stimulating recovery.
One-third of workers have significant questions about the benefits they selected during open enrollment. Here’s what that means for HR leaders.
Fastly Chief People Officer Doniel Sutton says the company is focused on keeping employees connected despite distance.
Spring HR Tech keynoter Katy Tynan shares insights on talent and leadership development.
HR Tech Influencer Stacey Harris recently joined HRE for a live Q&A on LinkedIn to discuss EWP’s role in a post-COVID world.
Spring HR Tech keynoter and Forrester analyst Katy Tynan explores how the pandemic has—and hasn’t—changed leadership development.
Fewer than 10% of organizations plan to require employees to get vaccinated, two new surveys find, but most expect to encourage workers to do so.
From Target and Kroger launching vaccine incentives to HRE’s benefits conference becoming a free, virtual event, here are some of the week’s top stories.
As leaders plan their next moves, how they approach transformation will be key to success.
The retailer is offering extra pay and free transportation to workers who get vaccinated.
Registration is now open for the May event, which will go in-depth on how organizations are responding to COVID-19.
That’s the question Spring HR Tech keynoter Mimi Brooks will seek to answer.
LDS Inc. CEO Mimi Brooks shares her outlook on leadership and tech trends ahead of her keynote at Spring HR Tech.
More than three-quarters of employees are struggling with stress. Here’s what that means for HR leaders.
The Hackett Group’s annual research highlights HR’s 2021 priorities.
Hootsuite’s HR leader lays out three trends that have become critical to the HR function.
The employer is the latest to encourage workers to get inoculated.
Aldi, Instacart and Trader Joe’s are offering financial incentives to workers to get vaccinated.
From a serious decline in employee mental health to why employers need to make a COVID-19 vaccine strategy now, here are some of the week’s top stories.
How Zillow and others are reimagining the role of managers
Consumer-grade workplace tech can boost engagement for remote workers, experts say.
Analysts say this Microsoft Viva could be the ‘ultimate technology-based employee experience’ platform.
Employers play a key role in vaccinations.
A new report finds that a vast majority of employers plan to hire in 2021 and that tech is primed to play a big role.
The company is looking to sharpen its engagement chops with the acquisition of Peakon.
Certain incentives could boost vaccination rates, new data finds.
Lifesize Chief People Officer Gayle Wiley explores the lasting impacts of the pandemic and HR’s role in helping employees manage those changes.
Most organizations say their top priority is keeping employees healthy.
Small, actionable steps can help address employee mental health challenges, experts say.
She expects to see growth in tech-enabled wellbeing and mental health solutions for workers and their families this year.
HR tech’s role in driving diversity and inclusion will be emphasized at next month’s event.
A serious decline in employees’ mental health makes it imperative that employers step up to help, researchers say.
HRE’s annual ‘What’s Keeping HR Up at Night’ survey will be the topic of a panel discussion next month during Spring HR Tech.
Top Employers Institute recently unveiled its annual certification list.
It’s one of the first announcements by an employer on how they are encouraging workers to get vaccinated.