There's been a cultural shift happening around employee wellness, one which requires business leaders to factor in the health of their employees as a part of their company's overall success.
Part 2 in a Series on Pressing Paid Leave Issues
Is federal paid parental leave legislation finally having a moment? Because the subject keeps popping up.
Part 1 in a Series on Pressing Paid Leave Issues
Juggling various state and local paid sick leave laws (PSLL) is sparking headaches and ulcers throughout the HR community in companies that operate in multiple jurisdictions.
Perhaps your company already offers a formal smoking cessation program to employees. Perhaps you’re thinking about adding one to your wellness program. Either way, it’s a great idea. Helping workers quit smoking both benefits your workforce and...
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On Friday, December 14, 2018, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) was ruled unconstitutional. Few of us saw it coming, including employers and HR professionals.
What would you rather do: walk barefoot across hot coals, have a conversation with your ex, or complete open enrollment forms?
Every employer knows that it’s critical to pay employees correctly, down to the penny—and that includes a departing employee’s final paycheck.
It’s a fact: unmotivated workers hurt the bottom line. In a study by HR research firm McLean & Company, it was determined that unmotivated, disengaged employees cost companies an average of $3,400 per year for every $10,000 in annual salary.
According to a number of industry surveys, many employers are eager to upgrade their performance management systems. They’ve concluded that their existing systems—which often revolve heavily around annual performance reviews—are both laborious...
Talent acquisition can be particularly challenging for companies that hire a seasonal workforce. Whether your busy season is the winter holidays (i.e., the retail and hospitality sectors) or the summer months (i.e., the construction and...