COLLECTION: June 2021 coronavirus news
A new survey finds that current events are driving up ER issues, causing even more demand for analytics solutions.
Castlight Health’s Richa Gupta says alignment with purpose is more important now than ever.
New data about preferences on masks at on-site work locations has implications for employers.
A new report advocates for leveraging metrics to hold leadership more accountable for DEI goals.
HR Tech keynoter Marcus Buckingham shares his latest research on what he says is a ‘hugely significant’ issue for HR.
A majority of workers say they would leave their jobs if compensated less for working remotely. Here’s what that means to HR leaders.
At this year’s live event, get ideas, insights, research and actionable plans to help HR and business leaders best position their organizations moving forward.
Employees are focusing more on saving and retirement—and are leaning on their employer for help, a new report finds.
Employees’ investments in themselves relate directly to productivity and happiness, writes Top 100 HR Tech Influencer Tyrone Smith Jr.
And how one data protection company has embedded cybersecurity into its DNA.
The future of work arrived quicker than anticipated, and tech can help HR keep up, says HR Tech keynoter Ravin Jesuthasan.
The dating app is the latest to turn to time off for its workers to help them recover from pandemic-related stress, longer work hours.
Zebra Technologies’ Jeff Schmitz shares how the organization is navigating disruption.
Experts will dive into that topic at the Women in HR Tech Summit at HR Tech.
Conference chair Steve Boese reflects on pandemic-era HR tech—and looks to the fall in-person event.
More than a year later, employee wellbeing hasn’t rebounded to pre-pandemic levels. Here’s what that means for HR leaders.
These considerations may be less obvious, but they’re key to hybrid success.
From the latest on vaccine education and mandates to return-to-the-workplace anxiety, here are this week’s top stories.
A majority of working moms are planning to remain at home as full-time caregivers. Here’s what that means to HR leaders.
From who’s using work communication tools the most to how the pandemic is reshaping HR technology, here’s what you might have missed this week.
The company gave its on-site factory workers a say in the rewards they received during the early days of the pandemic.
Employers can reduce vaccine-hesitancy while showing employees they care about their total wellbeing.
This kind of employee experience app is ‘where work software is headed,’ says one analyst.
There are big differences in the tech used by younger employees and business leaders.
Despite some shifts, most organizations aren’t planning to mandate shots.
ThoughtWorks’ Joanna Parke says the journey was a natural one.
The HR Tech Conference keynoter shares insights about market shifts, the labor crisis and more.
Step one? Acknowledge, acknowledge, acknowledge, says Dr. Rachelle Scott, a psychiatrist and medical director of psychiatry at Eden Health.
HR’s Rising Stars: John Klein of Maxim Integrated has used his own personal challenges to become a better leader.
HR’s Rising Stars: Freddie Mac’s Judy Huie has a penchant for processes, which has enabled HR to stay strategically focused.
HR’s Rising Stars: Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin’s Carrie Wadman moved from academia into HR, with smashing results.
As business travel begins to take off post-pandemic, that’s the key to easing workers’ fears, Alaska Airlines CHRO says.
HR’s Rising Stars: A former hospitality employee, Jennifer Singman of Kapsch TrafficCom says her past career prepared her for a future in HR.
HR’s Rising Stars: ClearCompany’s Angie Wideman-Powell got creative with everything from retention to enhanced DE&I efforts and more.
HR’s Rising Stars: Erik Alicea of Acacia Network is on a fast track to leadership.
Employees from leading companies weighed in on a recent survey. Here’s what it means for HR leaders.
From strategies to encourage COVID-19 vaccination to a new mortgage insurance benefit, here are some of this week’s top stories.
The urgency of developing women leaders has risen nearly 20 points since before COVID, according to a recent survey.
The event explores the latest trends in AI, wellbeing, DE&I and more.
Here are a few legal do’s and don’ts if you’re going hybrid.
The average increased about $1 million over the past year, a new report finds.
Indeed CHRO Paul Wolfe knows the impact of exclusionary cultures firsthand.
Many employees report that cost is the greatest barrier to mental health improvement. Here’s what that means to HR leaders.
The professional services firm pivoted benefits, leave policies and more to focus acutely on wellness.
Pandemic-driven innovation will be showcased at the Las Vegas event.
Employee health and safety should drive all strategies, says Premise Health’s COO.
CHRO Sonia Mathai of Globality explains how AI complements human resources to help the function work faster and smarter.
Inoculation is the safest way to reopen offices and get back to normal, but too many organizations are still not prioritizing vaccines. It’s time to change that.
Redwood Trust believes this benefit will attract a more diverse workforce and boost employee retention.
Education and incentives aren’t the only approaches employers are taking.
From what new EEOC vaccine guidance means for HR leaders to SAP’s new flexible work policy, here are some of this week’s top stories.
From Prince Harry to Serena Williams, big names are jumping into the space.
Lessons learned in 2020 can strengthen employer relationships with employees, whether they’re relocating, working remotely or gig partners.
Remote work required by COVID has put a unique strain on such workers, which the company has sought to alleviate.
The software giant’s move comes as scores of research finds that employees do not want to return to the office full-time.
‘Human,’ or soft, skills are able to transfer across jobs and industries.
The vast majority of employers say they have a tentative date to bring workers back. Here’s what that means for HR leaders.
Throughout the pandemic, CHRO Seema Iyer has drawn on her more than two decades of experience.
More companies will likely turn to rewards to encourage inoculation, experts predict.
Most employers are monitoring remote workers’ digital activity—but it could be to their detriment.
‘After enduring more than a year of long hours and little time off, many workers are feeling burned out and need a break,’ one expert says.