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From providing accessible tools to better employee training, here are some top strategies employers can employ to support staff with special needs.
Just because it’s not safe to be outside doesn’t mean employees can’t help working parents schedule a plethora of activities to keep kids busy while they work.
Returning to work during the COVID-19 pandemic requires striking a balance between safety and productivity. Here’s how employers in the healthcare, insurance and manufacturing industries did it.
Addressing racial issues in the workplace starts with having conversations about race at work. Companies can promote listening, encourage discussion and set goals to facilitate those conversations.
While it can be a great outlet for employees who want to help coworkers, or their favorite charities during the pandemic, PTO sharing can also present tax issues if not handled properly.
“You want your employee to understand that you want them to achieve greatness,” says Anthony Orsini, a practicing neonatologist who also helps business and HR leaders navigate difficult conversations in the workplace.
These 11 benefits professionals have made some strategic career moves, despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
Chief Human Resources Officer at Zensar TechnologiesZensar TechnologiesAugust 5
The pandemic has challenged employers to identify their core values and mission to keep employees engaged.August 4
Business travel is changing in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. Find out what industry leaders are doing to keep employees safe.August 4
As the coronavirus keeps employees from taking vacation, that unused time off can be converted into direct payments on their student loans.August 3
As employees are demanding more flexibility from benefits, many companies are looking for new ways to keep employees engaged and happy through the pandemic.August 3
- White House, Democrats aim for virus relief deal by end of week
- California lockdown’s job losses spell trouble for the nation
- Will virtual doctor visits support healthcare’s drive to value?
- A banker says being seen as a diversity hire caused resentment
- It’s now even easier to fire U.S. workers for what they say