Good thing: Many U.S. companies are reinventing themselves, preparing for success in a ever-accelerating business climate. Bad thing: Some of your employees just aren’t going to be able to keep up.
It’s no surprise that depression is a leading cause of workers seeking help from their companies’ employee assistance programs. But you might be shocked to hear which group is most often affected: Millennials.
It’s time for March Madness. Do you know where your employees’ heads are?
As we start a new year, employers are trying to come up with new ways to reinvigorate employees, and build and foster a more dynamic company culture. Let Derek Irvine, an experienced employee recognition consultant and co-author of The Power of Thanks, help.
There are a number of benefits — such as dental and vision coverage — that the Affordable Care Act addresses in the “excepted benefits” rules. So HR will definitely want to take a look at the feds’ final rule on this subject.
There’s good news for employees working on federal service and construction contracts. Their new minimum wage will be $10.10 per hour.
The National Football League’s recent problems with domestic violence have brought a lot of attention to the subject, and some legislators are taking advantage – pushing for more employee protections and adding to companies’ administrative burdens.
More than three in four employers say they’re struggling to find qualified people to fill their open positions.
It’s that time of year again. And while it’s hard to think of the office fantasy football league as a benefit – it could be a big one. Now before you shake your head in disagreement, hear us out.
When the Department of Labor (DOL) provided firms with new model COBRA notices, it also tucked away other key health reform info in that document — info that you might have overlooked.
You often hear managers whining about how “you can’t fire somebody for a bad attitude.” That’s wrong — and a recent National Labor Board ruling actually confirms that.
What plagues between 10% and 20% of employees and costs roughly $62,000 per 100 employees every year?
Here’s a disturbing statistic: More than eight of 10 employees participating in a recent poll said they’d be actively looking for a new job in the coming year.
This is the kind of case that keeps the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in business.
Got questions about your grandfathered health plan for next year?
Bet you saw this coming: On the heels of the American Medical Association (AMA) announcing its position that obesity qualifies as a disease, an employee in Missouri has filed suit accusing his employer of violating the Americans with Disabilities Act by firing him because of his weight.