Nearly three years into grappling with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, we know that where work happens has changed
Employee Benefit News
Does your organization support Hispanic talent? A quick glance at the record pay gaps and lacking Hispanic representation among U.S. business leaders points to a likely “no” — at least in corporate America.
The greatest question that your employer clients should continually ask is, what do my employees want out of their workplace?
Having a short attention span and struggling with productivity may seem like a day-to-day issue for many employees, but for some, it’s a sign of a more serious diagnosis of ADHD.
Two years into the pandemic, and we’re all tech, all the time. So why are these daily tools still causing employees so many headaches?
The United States is undergoing a paradigm shift in the perception and regulation of drug use. While marijuana continues to be illegal at the federal level, its eventual legalization feels like a foregone conclusion as more states push forward with legislation.
We may think we know what it means to work virtually, but the online workplace is evolving into nothing we’ve ever experienced before.
As we enter the third year of the pandemic, most operations have gotten so accustomed to remote and hybrid work that the average day can feel like business as usual. But it’s worth remembering that for employees, the pandemic is still having a disorienting impact, leaving workers feeling exhausted and disenchanted.
Thanks to COVID-19, issues like depression, obesity and burnout are on the rise, making it imperative for employees to utilize time off to rest and recharge.
The need for remote work during the COVID-19 pandemic changed communication styles overnight.
Employers are swapping cubicles and commutes for a more flexible, hybrid approach when it comes to returning to the office post-COVID.
Diversity and inclusion initiatives have been top of mind for employers throughout 2020, as workplaces grapple with inequalities in the office and beyond.
Much like the recent presidential and vice presidential debates, talking about politics at work is bound to get heated, but appropriate workplace conduct doesn’t change just because employees are working remotely.
Employers are missing out on valuable healthcare information and cost-saving opportunities if they don’t analyze their data thoroughly, panelists at the annual Disability Management Employer Coalition digital conference said.
The killing of George Floyd and the ensuing protests against police brutality have forced companies to take accountability for everything from lack of diversity in leadership to insufficient inclusion practices and policies.