A recent survey showed that 93 percent of Americans think that the U.S. has a problem with civility. That same survey showed that 92 percent of employed Americans think that their own workplace is civil. If you are stretching your head, join the club!
More than one in three working parents believe they’re treated worse than their coworkers. About a quarter of new parents say it’s hard to develop their careers. In fact, one in five says he or she has been passed over for opportunities.
“There is strength in numbers.” “Teamwork makes the dream work.” “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” You’ve heard these quotes before and many like them probably a thousand times.
Yesterday we heard from Kristen Berman, cofounder of Duke’s Common Cents Lab and Bradley Swain, a behavioral researcher at the Common Cents Lab, concerning the ability of HR to influence America’s financial health. Today, we’ll hear the rest of what they have to say.
The HR industry is on the front lines of America’s fight for financial health; it just doesn’t realize it yet. Millions of lower- to middle-income Americans—including hourly wage earners and Gig Economy workers, are struggling with income volatility, low savings rates, and high personal debt. HR teams and executives have a unique opportunity to make […]
While everyone may bend the truth from time to time, it’s important that lies in the workplace not be tolerated. When affirmative falsifications and lies of omission are not punished, a culture of secrets, misrepresentations, and self-preservation can easily take precedent over the good of the company.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports that approximately 25% of all new jobs in the us will be health care and home-based care. The BLS predicts that health care and home-based care will be among the fastest growing segments in terms of employment growth through the year 2024.
In a climate where rising healthcare costs continue to be a prominent concern among those planning for retirement, it is important for human resources executives to make sure that their employees are educated about the changes and options available to help manage costs and find the right solutions for their healthcare needs. No matter what […]
You’ve searched everywhere and you finally have the perfect candidate. They have even accepted your job offer. All you have left to do is onboard that candidate.
In yesterday’s Advisor we began to explore ways of dealing with opioids in the workplace. Today we have five more tips.