How to help workers struggling after a mass shooting
Experts offer six strategies for supporting workers, including checking in with employees, sharing mental health resources and more.
4 questions on burnout with Aflac’s CHRO
New research from the insurance giant points to a disconnect between employee and employer perspectives on mental health.
In a job market paradox, why HR leaders should focus on communication
Lessons from the past few years hold true as the labor market sends mixed signals, including low unemployment, high turnover, layoffs in some sectors and fears of a recession.
HR Tech Conference 2022: How HR technology impacts HR’s own wellbeing
Technology can play an important role in reducing HR stress.
Is it time for employers to reevaluate mental health benefits?
Today's hot job market is not the best time to cut offerings, one expert warns, but there are other important factors to consider.
4 steps to turn your health plan into a growth plan
HR professionals can use today’s heightened focus on employee health and wellbeing to drive greater value for their organizations.
The rise of the chief wellness officer: Is the trend growing?
A number of large employers are bringing on C-suite execs to focus specifically on employee wellness.
Number of the day: employees looking for new jobs
More data further proves the Great Resignation is far from over—and indicates what HR leaders can do to help sway workers to stay put.
Number of the Day: unlimited PTO
New research from Glassdoor suggests employers looking to recruit and retain in today's climate may want to consider expanding PTO offerings.
How to create a workplace that works for women
Listening and responding to the shifting needs of employees is key.