Do Starbucks, Amazon unionizations point to a coming trend?

The pandemic is largely behind the rise in unionization efforts, experts say.

How employers are rethinking vaccines as Starbucks, GE drop mandates

Since the Supreme Court ruling on employer mandates, organizations are rethinking their safety measures and face difficult questions, experts say.

Starbucks unveils election perk for employees

The coffee giant will provide all U.S. workers a free one-way ride to the polls.

Benefits news you may have missed: June 22-26

From 10 ways to improve employees’ mental health to how to think about open enrollment during coronavirus, here are some of this week’s top stories.

Starbucks begins mental health training

It’s the coffee giant’s latest move in a string of efforts centered on mental health in the workplace.

Benefits news you may have missed: June 1-5

From the best strategies to improve employee mental health to how loneliness is hurting employee health, here are some of this week’s top stories.

HRE’s number of the day: Starbucks graduates

Here’s how many workers earned their degrees this year through the company’s tuition program.

Is COVID-19 a turning point for workplace mental health?

The coronavirus pandemic finds more employees struggling–and employers playing catch-up in the rush to help.

Starbucks employees turn to Headspace app to ease COVID stress

More than 68,000 employees are now using the app, the companies said during an Instagram Live video.

Starbucks to offer therapy sessions to employees

It’s the coffee giant’s latest addition to its mental health offerings.