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Tech companies are leading the way on allowing employees to work from home permanently. The model is starting to take hold in other industries as well.
Health insurance, benefits and HR platforms are at the forefront of helping businesses navigate unprecedented challenges brought forth by the pandemic.
Before COVID-19 kept everyone still, these key executives made some strategic moves within the benefits space.
Employers should take these accommodations into account when helping staff set up a remote work environment.
Check out our latest roundup of industry moves.
Managing directorBoston PrivateJuly 1
President and chief executive officerUnumJune 29
president and CEOWorldatWorkJune 29
Co-founderPTO GeniusJune 26
Accepting LGBTQ+ employees means making significant and long lasting changes to your workplace culture and policies.June 30
Amid economic uncertainty of the pandemic and following the passage of the SECURE Act, momentum could be building for retirement income in workplace plans.June 29
As employers shift from an office-centric to a remote-based approach to work, it may be time to reevaluate your compensation strategyJune 29
TIAA is offering technology firm Savi’s solution to client institutions to help them expand financial wellness benefits.June 26
Most employers believe their benefits are inclusive or equitable until an employee who’s trying to access it points out the flaws, says Lisa Greenbaum, the chief client officer at Progyny.June 25
- Adidas HR chief leaves after criticism from Black employees
- Pinterest hires outside lawyer to investigate workplace culture
- New class of female advisers still confronting old challenge: cracking the glass ceiling
- A worker’s past pay shouldn’t dictate future earnings
- Millennial job mobility set to decline because of the pandemic