Category: Benefits and Compensation

This topic provides guidance on how to handle compensation issues in a way that attracts and retains the best talent and advances the strategic goals of your business. You get news and tips on what’s going on nationally and in the states, and updates on changes in regulations, possible governmental action, and emerging compensation trends.

Now & Next: Burnout & Balance Infographic

As part of HR Daily Advisor‘s HR NOW Virtual Summit, we collected data on work-life balance from our audience. The latest HRDA Now & Next survey focuses on burnout and work-life balance, featuring over 2500 responses from HR professionals about the state of workplace wellness. To learn more about the effects of burnout on the […]

How Supportive Benefits Can Help Reduce Turnover

Employee retention will continue to be a hot topic as move forward in 2023. Although the workplace continues to churn out new buzzwords – from the Great Resignation to the Great Regret, Quiet Quitting, and now the Great Breakup – attracting and retaining talent has never been more important. One way to retain and attract […]

Jacinda Ardern’s Resignation: A Lesson in Burnout Prevention

Recent news of New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s resignation due to burnout is a shock to many, showing that even those at the top of an organization are not immune to the effects of exhaustion and long hours. This news should serve as a reminder that burnout prevention is essential for people in all […]

Navigating California’s New Pay Data Reporting and Pay Transparency Law

California has taken a bold step towards pay equality and fairness with the recent implementation of Senate Bill 1162. This dynamic piece of legislation, which has been dubbed a victory for employees, is set to shake up the employment landscape and address the long-standing issue of wage disparity and unequal pay. However, this new bill […]

Businesses Face Expanded Rights for Nursing and Expecting Mothers

New federal protections will soon take effect for employees who are expecting mothers and nursing mothers. Employees may seek relief for lost wages, reinstatement, and other legal remedies under the Providing Urgent Maternal Protections for Nursing Mothers Act (the PUMP Act), and the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act (PWFA), which become effective April 28, 2023 and […]

How Companies Can Navigate New Pay Laws Currently in Effect

Since the start of the new year, many states have introduced pay compliance laws. As a result, companies are now faced with the difficult task of defining their compensation with clarity and making critical decisions about how pay ranges will be defined within their personnel budgets. Although it’s a tough job, there is a silver […]

How Wage Transparency Laws Impact Immigration

With the start of the new year, two additional states enacted laws requiring employers to provide salary ranges on job postings. On January 1, 2023, California and Washington enacted wage transparency laws, joining Colorado, New Jersey and New York City. These laws were enacted in response to calls from advocates for fair treatment of similarly […]

The Importance of Employee Time Off

It can be hard for managers when employees take vacations. Vacancies, even brief ones, impact productivity and require others in many cases to pick up the slack. Time off, though, is critical for employees and can have a positive impact on their mental health, stress levels, and creativity.   The Mental Health Benefits of Time […]

How Family-Building Benefits Can Attract and Retain Diverse Talent in 2023

The Great Resignation of 2022 created a pervasive issue across all enterprise organizations: attracting and retaining top talent. In fact, 63% of recruiters say the talent shortage is their biggest problem, and, as a result, leaders are scrambling to implement policies, perks and other benefits to set their business apart from competitors. Corporations evaluating company-differentiating […]

Supporting Your Employees with New Care Responsibilities in 2023

The role of a caregiver can be difficult to balance with a full-time job – and new care responsibilities are growing quickly, affecting millennials as their parents age, ultimately impacting their work performance. According to a recent survey by AARP and the National Alliance for Caregiving (NAC), nearly one in five workers in the U.S. […]