Like other categories of HR technology, the learning and development (L&D) space has been shifting over the last couple of years, according to Dani Johnson, co-founder and principal analyst for RedThread Research, a research services firm in Woodside, Calif.
Generations differ on remote work versus higher pay
Agrowing number of workers are feeling the effects of political affiliation bias and would benefit from greater inclusiveness, according to a recent Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Politics at Work Study.
In 2020, the killing of George Floyd sparked nationwide protests and prompted companies to rethink and invest in diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) efforts. However, racism continues to plague many workplaces.
Job seekers with criminal records, particularly those who were once incarcerated, often have trouble securing employment.
A decision by the California Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board (WCAB) denying an employee’s claim of disability discrimination under Labor Code Section 132a did not prevent the employee from going forward with her claims of disability bias and failure to provide reasonable accommodation under the Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA), a California appeals court ruled.
A new report by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and United Suicide Survivors International showed that employers don’t want to talk about suicide. But the workplace may be the best place to reach the demographic most at risk: middle-aged men.
The U.S. Department of Labor recognizes the importance of older employees in the workforce during National Employ Older Workers Week, held during the last week of September.
Millions of older Americans have re-entered the workforce in recent months. In fact, nearly 64 percent of adults between the ages of 55 and 64 were working in April.
A number of recent studies have found employee burnout is hampering worker productivity, motivation and well-being.
Quiet quitters are taking the phrase “phoning it in” to a whole new level.
Some employers let employees swap existing benefits for debt payments
New Jersey employers will need to display revised posters, advising employees of their rights under the state’s anti-discrimination and family leave laws, according to regulations that were adopted by the New Jersey Division on Civil Rights (DCR) on Aug. 1.
While some of us work with fair and temperate managers and co-workers, this is not true for everyone.
In the ongoing effort to engage and retain workplace talent, one distinct trend rings true: Employees who are happy in their jobs are more likely to stay there.