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Food, concerts and more: Can they help lure workers back into offices?

Experts and HR leaders say such benefits as childcare and even free food can help entice employees back after two years of working at home.

What the growing focus on ESG issues means for CHROs

A new report finds that CHROs must play a greater role in managing both risks and opportunities in the ESG sphere.

10 things to do right now to prevent a looming HR exodus

Severe burnout within the HR function poses a significant threat to organizations’ ability to execute their business strategies, according to two industry experts.

Passionate about benefits? Submit to speak at HRE’s 2023 conference

Innovative HR and benefits leaders are encouraged to submit a proposal to share ideas at next year’s Health and Benefits Leadership Conference.

How the talent squeeze is driving flexible work options

A new survey from labor firm Littler reveals that employers remain concerned about the lack of talent supply.

Number of the day: pandemic PTSD risk

Employees are still reeling from the effects of COVID-19 and still need mental health support, new data finds.

Back to basics? The core benefit HR can no longer take for granted

Comprehensive medical coverage may be a key piece to addressing the Great Resignation, new research from Quest Diagnostics finds.

How Baird’s new CHRO connects demographics and the Great Resignation

Rodney Jones-Tyson says he thinks about today's labor challenges as a 'Great Demographic Shift.'

A Great HR Resignation is coming. Is your organization ready?

Three must-do items so companies can get ahead of an attrition wave of talent that they can’t afford to lose.

How Moderna is helping its workers while they help the world

Since early in the pandemic, Moderna employees have been taking care of the world. Here’s how the biochem company is taking care of them—for COVID and beyond.

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