Zillennials, a micro-generation born between 1993-1998, have played a large role in changing expectations when it comes to work.
How can we improve our workforce standards to ensure that candidates are not discounted for taking time to address other life priorities?
The EEOC’s priorities have been the same since 2012, but the members making up the commission have changed.
The number of women working outside of the home is the lowest it’s been in 34 years, a fact that should trouble all of us.
Issues with communication, altered workloads and employees voluntarily leaving companies are all primary reasons for negative changes in workplace culture.
3 ways to encourage mental wellness and help employees thrive in stressful times.
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.