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Raw emotion: How can HR help after racially motivated shooting?

The shooting in Buffalo, which police have determined was a hate crime, has left many employees drained or worse, experts say.

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.

3 ways HR can support mental health as workers return to the office

HR leaders can rely on their creativity, compassion and transparency to ensure mental health support is both visible and tangible.

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.

Facing a talent drain? SMBs must try training and upskilling

New research shows that small businesses are especially challenged to retain and attract talent in post-pandemic times, but there are solutions to help them compete.

Why your on-site workers worry as you tend to remote employees

On-site employees are feeling neglected while organizations focus on remote workers, a new ADP survey reveals.

‘Time for employers to take action’ on soaring healthcare costs

Tackling employee healthcare affordability amid rising costs will be employers’ biggest priority in the coming years, new research says.

The top reasons to tread carefully with your return-to-office plans

One expert calls it 'a dangerous time' for employers to draw a line in the sand regarding remote work.

ComPsych CEO on employers’ mental health efforts: ‘It’s never enough’

Richard Chaifetz talks about what’s going right—and wrong—with organizations’ work and the programs they provide employees.

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