Tag: employee support

Caregiving and Work-Life Balance: An Employers’ Guide to Support Employees

The role of caregiving in the workforce transcends parenthood, and employers need to recognize the challenge that many face – juggling professional responsibilities and a caregiving role(s) is a constant, and oftentimes thankless, job. According to research by SHRM, paid paternity leave in the US is currently only being offered by 32% of employers;  an […]

How to Provide Flexible Forms of Employee Support Like Fertility Benefits

As companies rethink the benefits they offer amid shifting employee demands and expectations since the COVID-19 pandemic, HR teams have to focus on providing more robust and flexible support for their workforces. This means surveying employees to identify their individual needs, exploring non-traditional benefits that provide a competitive edge in hiring and retention, and understanding […]

4 Strategies to Support Employees with ADHD

A persistent myth about people with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is they can’t succeed in fast-paced careers like legal practice because they aren’t able to maintain focus and organization. However, much evidence indicates the opposite is true. In fact, in a landmark 2016 American Bar Association study, 12.5% of attorneys reported having ADHD compared with 4.5% […]

How Employers Can Better Support Employees with Migraine Disease

Employers are constantly looking for ways to augment their benefits packages to help their employees be happy and productive. Yet, there’s one major population that is often overlooked: employees with migraine. One in six U.S. workers live with migraine disease, so most employers have multiple team members who are affected, and there is a lot […]

Road Map to Creating Human-Digital Workforce Balance

Automation has the potential to battle workplace dissatisfaction. We hear a lot about “quiet quitting” and “acting your wage,” or doing the bare minimum at your job without leaving. At the annual World Economic Forum, one panel expert said quiet quitting is the natural sequel to the Great Resignation and that if you want people to […]

3 Keys to Support Your Employees and Build Loyalty at the Same Time

Businesses are still reeling from the Great Resignation, and it doesn’t appear that trend will be putting on the brakes in 2023. Research by Robert Half Talent Solutions shows that 46% of respondents are looking for a new job or plan to during the first 6 months of the year. Also, by 2030, the United […]

Expanding Your Family Building Benefits Beyond Fertility in 2023

It’s International Women’s Day, so here at HR Daily Advisor we’re highlighting an important topic that isn’t discussed enough: fertility and family building benefits. While these types of benefits have gained much-needed attention over the past few years, organizations can do more to help their employees throughout every stage of their family building journey. In […]

3 Major Trends HR Teams Should Be Focused on in 2023

HR teams have no shortage of information about employees’ priorities as we enter 2023. Over the past few years, employees have been sharing what they want from their employers: more flexibility, a healthier work/life balance, and a wider range of professional development opportunities. At a time when employees are quitting their jobs at a much […]

How HR Can Support Employee Mental Health During Difficult Times

The COVID-19 pandemic, recent mass shootings, and current political climate have workers experiencing increased anxiety—at home and in the workplace. What role do HR professionals play in supporting employee mental health during these difficult times? How can HR professionals improve workers’ mental health? Are there mistakes they should try to avoid during the process? I […]