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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.

What HR needs to do to combat the age-old ugly narrative of antisemitism

A new survey shines light on the pervasiveness of bias against Jewish people in the workplace.

Do Starbucks, Amazon unionizations point to a coming trend?

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

What HR can do to build Gen Z-approved DEI programs

This Pride Month, employers should be more attuned than ever to the DEI expectations of the youngest generation in the workforce.

Can today’s employee listening tools predict workplace violence?

Listening tools are designed to collect and analyze the data from employee sentiments—but can they look into their impulses?

Want to keep employees in the fold? Double-down on DE&I

A new survey finds that employees, particularly younger workers, place significant value on an employer's commitment to diversity, especially when it comes to benefits.

3 ways to make your Pride Month investments last beyond June

Accenture's Beck Bailey offers insights for deepening and sustaining a commitment to LGBTQ inclusion in the workplace.

6 ways to help employees after the Texas mass shooting

Experts offer strategies for supporting workers.

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.

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.

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