Here are a few actions HR leaders can take to create more inclusive workplaces and cultures for the LGBTQ+ community and beyond.
Overall, 48% of American workers said that the pandemic has made them rethink the type of job and career they want in the future.
With many people working from home, it’s difficult for employees to separate work and life, which can be detrimental to an employer and employees.
As we plan for a post-pandemic reality, now is a good opportunity to assess what worked and what didn’t. Here are some considerations to keep in mind.
Half of Gen Zers and a third of millennials say they’ll look for a new job if their workplace isn’t pet-friendly.
The exodus of women from the workforce since COVID began has been the stuff of jaw-dropping headlines, but that’s not the whole story.
The latest on the EEOC wellness rules under the new Biden administration.
To truly create a more equitable workplace, employers need to tailor health plans to fit the needs of all employees.
Almost half of employers are optimistic that their pre-pandemic business outlooks will hold over the next six months.
The ongoing controversy over the election has clouded the forecast somewhat, but there are a few key points to watch.
Taking intentional steps to show employees that you care about them as individuals may be the most important role you play as a leader.
More flexible working arrangements mean employers should take a new look at their commuter and parking benefits.
An HR manager can file a charge of discrimination on her own behalf and be protected, but could she solicit another employee to sue the company?