Slightly more than eight in 10 workers are satisfied, overall, with their jobs, a new survey says. That’s good. But less than half of those employees feel good about how their career’s advancing. That’s bad.
Upper management is rarely willing to sink money into wellness ideas that are based on conclusions drawn from a single survey or two, and for good reason. But it’s hard to ignore this data that shows a whopping return on investment (ROI) for wellness initiatives.
With all the talk about how Baby Boomers are putting off retirement, are employers really looking at a critical skills shortage in the coming years?
Have you ever been a victim of a workplace bully? New research says many of your peers have been in that uncomfortable spot – simply because they worked in HR.
No surprise here: Business leaders were adamant in their opposition to new union election rules at hearings before the National Labor Relations Board.
How will you hang on to your organization’s best people once the job market loosens?
During the past six months, 20% of employers have cut back on employee benefits. And if the economy doesn’t improve, 32% say they’ll do the same in the next six months.
Wouldn’t you love to be able to provide the bean counters with an accurate number on what it costs to find — and snag — the best employees? Our friends at SHRM think they’ve come up with a formula.
‘Tis the season for the event that gets HR pros’ knees knocking — the holiday party. And here are three horror stories that will only increase your anxiety level.
A growing number of organizations are taking an active role in making sure workers have healthy food choices on the job, says a recent survey from the Society for Human Resource Management.