By investing in the right mix of technology and talent, global companies can turn business and market challenges—called “disruptors”—into competitive differentiation, according to a survey of more than 600 global senior executives by KPMG LLP, the U.S. audit, tax, and advisory firm. Results from the survey, “Succeed in Constant Change,” indicate top-performing companies are able […]
Employee perks are nothing new. Great company perks can even be the deciding factor for a lot of candidates when choosing a place to work. Some workplace perks are fairly common, like a casual dress code, but there are other perks that really go above and beyond standard offerings. However, are those outrageous perks really […]
Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), “applicable large employers” must decide whether they will “play” by providing affordable, adequate health care coverage to their employees or “pay” penalties instead. This infographic helps you determine whether you are an applicable large employer and whether you will be subject to either of the penalties. Click here to […]
By Susan E. Prince, JD Minimum wage increases will affect numerous states across the country in January 2016. Our new map shows the states that are increasing their minimum wages, including the new rate and amount of the increase. Click here to read more.
The impact of stressed employees on the organization is a major human capital issue. According to the Towers Watson 2013/2014 Staying@Work™ survey, 78% of employers identify stress as the top risk factor for their workforce, leading to lost productivity due to unplanned absence. “Leading-edge thinking in human resources dictates: Take care of your employees and […]
A new survey has found that many student loan borrowers in the U.S. would prefer to work for a company that offers student loan management help as part of their benefits package. The survey was conducted among 1,000 individuals with student loans by Iontuition Inc., a member of the Ceannate companies that helps students and […]
The 2016 Salary Guides from Robert Half reveal U.S. starting salaries for professional occupations are expected to increase an average of 4.1% next year.
Employee perks are nothing new. They can even be the deciding factor for a lot of candidates when choosing a place to work. Some workplace perks are fairly common, like a casual dress code, but there are other perks that really go above and beyond standard offerings. From complimentary coffee to tuition reimbursement, companies are […]
BLR’s 2015 Employee Leave Survey examines employer policies and practices for various types of leave including vacation, sick leave, paid time off (PTO), Family and Medical Act (FMLA) leave, personal leave, bereavement leave, and more. The survey, conducted among 1,431 respondents, representing employers across the nation from various industries, also identifies the top HR-related challenges […]