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These 11 benefits professionals have made some strategic career moves, despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
Employers should take these accommodations into account when helping staff set up a remote work environment.
“Job seekers today face the worst U.S. labor market in a generation. However, with millions of jobs still open across the country, job seekers can broaden their horizons,” says Amanda Stansell, a Glassdoor senior economic research analyst.
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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.
VP and Chief Behavioral EconomistADPJuly 13
Chief health officerOptumJuly 13
Director of human capital management servicesBenefit Advisors NetworkJuly 10
At the annual WorldatWork conference, Siemens, Pfizer and BNY Mellon workplace leaders offer critical lessons on how to recover during the coronavirus crisis.July 8
Our third monthly survey found almost six out of 10 employers report that their plans for the return to work are stymied by uncertainty — specifically, a lack of clarity on the right timing, and persistent questions about how to provide a safe environment for their employees.July 7
With remote work and virtual interviewing becoming the new normal, companies have an opportunity to rethink their recruiting strategies, says LinkedIn’s vice president of talent solutions.July 7
From remote work and social distancing to telehealth and automation, here’s what the post-coronavirus workplace will look like.July 6