As workplace demands continue to evolve due to COVID-19, HR leaders share best practices for growing employee skills.
By Marta Chmielowicz
There is no arguing that 2020 has been a challenging year for business. From switching to remote work seemingly overnight to making ends meet in an economic downturn, organizations have had to be agile, adaptable, and innovative to stay afloat. And employees are feeling the impact: Workers across industries are being asked to adjust to rapidly changing conditions in an uncertain climate, often facing furloughs, shifting job requirements, and entirely new modes of work.
It’s critical to ensure team unity when managing a hybrid workforce.
By Dr. Penny Pullan
As many workplaces move into a hybrid model, with some employees in the office and others working remotely, it’s important to think carefully about how to get the most out of this new way of working.
Annual benefits enrollment must undergo a shift to effectively embrace a work-from-home environment.
By Karen Frost and Kristie Marshiano
Annual enrollment is quickly approaching, and with nationwide shutdowns being reinstated and most of the workforce at home, it’s no surprise that this year’s enrollment will look different than usual. COVID-19 has caused a shift in employer plans and priorities, triggering many to reevaluate their approach to ensure it can be executed successfully in a time when most everything requires virtual or socially distanced settings.
New research finds an increase in the desire and delivery of financial well-being benefits.
By Tom Kelly
In this pandemic economy, corporate budgets are being squeezed. But the need to provide both competitive benefit programs and cost-effective solutions is more important than ever. In response to COVID-19, many employers are looking to add benefits that can support emerging employee needs or fill gaps in current offerings.
Much progress has been made, but there is still much work to do.
By Marta Chmielowicz
The murder of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police in May sparked nationwide outrage, propelling protests and civil unrest at a level not seen since the death of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in 1968. This event, following on the heels of the coronavirus pandemic, brought the deep racial frictions and grievances in the U.S. to the forefront of the national consciousness.
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A mobility audit can improve more than just the services offered—employee retention and engagement can increase as well.
By Debbie Bolla
Relocating one employee is often described as stressful at best, so for Cathy Spencer, senior vice president and head of human capital at AllianceBernstein, overseeing the relocation of the entire employee population from New York City to the new headquarters in Nashville, Tennessee, required the utmost planning and attention to detail.
Today’s learning programs are enabling organizations to navigate business challenges caused by uncertainty, fill skills gaps, and build the leaders of tomorrow.
By Debbie Bolla
For Naveen Bhateja, executive vice president and chief people officer for Medidata Solutions, the recent changes to the world of work caused by COVID-19 have only proved the value of a quality learning program.
Research shows four key themes organizations can leverage to improve their recruiter training programs.
By Larry Basinait
In the U.S., the July 2020 Employment Situation Summary by the Bureau of Labor Statistics confirmed the tightest labor market in half a century. As companies recover from the impact of COVID-19, many are once again looking for specific skill sets when bringing on new employees. Employers should prepare to be inundated by candidates, many of whom may not have the needed background. Effective recruiter training is key to parsing out the best from the rest.
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