The wheels haven’t fallen off Twitter—yet. What that says about big layoffs

Despite significant headcount reduction by Elon Musk, the social media giant is still operating. Will other employers follow suit?

Peloton, Hearst and REI land new chief people officers

The fitness platform, media giant and outdoor goods retailer all welcomed industry vets as their HR leaders this month.

Benefits news you may have missed: July 6-10

From Twitter’s new virtual camp for employees to an inside look at Pinterest’s COVID benefits strategy, here are some of the week’s top stories.

HRE’s number of the day: remote work accommodations

How many employers are offering work-from-home options upon reopening–and what does it mean for HR leaders?

HRE’s number of the day: The way we work

Here’s how many employees think COVID-19 has changed the way we work for the better.

HRE’s number of the day: Juneteenth holiday

Here’s how many employees say their employer is giving them paid time off to observe Juneteenth–and what it means to HR leaders.

Companies embracing Juneteenth as paid holiday

A growing number of employers from Levi's to Twitter are giving workers the day off and encouraging them to use the time to reflect and take action.

Tracking the remote work trend

Facebook and Twitter aren't alone in the shift to remote work.

Benefits news you may have missed: May 11-15

From the IRS opening healthcare benefit changes to Twitter announcing permanent remote work options, here are the employee benefits stories you may have missed.

Social Media: A recruitment help or hindrance?

In order for social media to serve as an effective recruitment tool, HR must develop a digital-marketing strategy and positive candidate experience.