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HSAs, FSAs and 401(k)s: 11 numbers to know for 2022

From health savings account contribution limits to HDHP deductibles, here’s a look at what’s changing, and what’s not, come January.

Beyond the Great Resignation, 7 trends that will shape work in 2022

From new approaches to DE&I to the latest impacts of hybrid and remote work, Gartner experts explore what this year could hold for HR.

8 Skills HR Business Partners Need for Success

According to HR execs from a number of leading corporations, high-performing HR business partners have a few things in common.

3 ways to turn the Great Resignation into a Great Retention moment

Money for increasing wages won't last. Instead, try these ideas for creating a culture that employees don't want to leave.

A Great HR Resignation is coming. Is your organization ready?

Three must-do items so companies can get ahead of an attrition wave of talent that they can’t afford to lose.

A former Google HR leader thinks hybrid won’t survive. Is he right?

While the jury is still out on hybrid's long-term success, Visier's Paul Rubenstein offers some considerations for employers gearing up for a part-time office return.

5 of the biggest benefits trends coming this year

From a renewed focus on physical wellness to more lifestyle perks, this is what experts see on the horizon.

The 5 biggest HR tech trends coming your way this year

From adopting gig economy best practices to expanding the use of AI, here are the top 5 HR tech trends to look out for in 2022.

Number of the day: financial stress

A bleak new report sheds light on how much employees are struggling to pay their bills. Here’s what it means to HR leaders.

How better people decisions can help companies hold onto talent

Building employee connections and working to individualize wellbeing can help HR leaders boost retention.

Emerging tech-driven are dramatically changing healthcare delivery

Historically speaking, the US healthcare delivery system has been a maze to navigate for consumers. There are, however, alternatives available within the employer-funded healthcare space...

Food, concerts and more: Can they help lure workers back into offices?

Experts and HR leaders say such benefits as childcare and even free food can help entice employees back after two years of working at home.

6 ways to help employees after the Texas mass shooting

Experts offer strategies for supporting workers.

How data is changing HR at Microsoft, Walgreens and Morgan Stanley

This trio of Fortune 500 companies is relying on HR data to drive transformation.

Continuous improvement: How to keep your transformation alive

Here's how to keep up with the transformation that never ends.

Why Microsoft is betting big on adding goals to Viva

This fall, Microsoft plans to add OKR—objectives and key results—to its HR suite. Will goals help curtail the Great Resignation?

HR’s secret weapon in helping employees with musculoskeletal problems: using data to personalize care

Sign-up for SWORD Health's June 30 webinar to learn why active, ongoing personalization is crucial for adherence and results.

How skills are driving today’s talent revolution

HR leaders must rely on talent intelligence to help solve the dilemma around low unemployment and long hiring times.

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