A new survey confirms there are major changes afoot in severance and separation benefits that will dramatically impact employer brand and talent management.
According to a global survey of nearly 3,000 employees across eight nations conducted by The Workforce Institute at Kronos Incorporated, four out of five employees surveyed see significant opportunity for artificial intelligence (AI) to create a more engaging and empowering workplace experience, yet admit a lack of transparency from their employers is a primary driver […]
Rave Mobile Safety (Rave) recently released findings from a new survey of 530 respondents that examined employee perceptions of workplace safety. The survey revealed that “workplaces miss the mark in critical communication and planning, and could be unprepared to meet the future needs of employees,” according to a Rave press release.
The latest edition of a widely watched consulting firm survey of defined contribution (DC) retirement plan trends found that plan sponsors continue to focus intensely on fees, even though these expenses have been pressured lower in recent years by plans’ insistence and the threat of litigation.
Feeling stressed out at work? You’re not the only one. As Rose Leadem reports on Entrepreneur.com, a recent survey of more than 1,000 full-time employees in the United States found that more than half of participants said they feel more stressed today than they did 1 year ago. Notably, 60% report being stressed all or […]
A new survey has found that employees who experience healthy and productive working relationships with their manager, have high levels of trust in their leadership, and the believe that they are being listened to are much more likely to remain with their employer.
The health of the United States’ frequent business travelers may be quickly deteriorating due to high stress levels and the hectic nature of work-related travel. According to a national survey by On Call International—a travel risk management company—a majority of business travelers (54%) say they are less likely to exercise on a work trip compared […]
A new survey conducted among over 2,200 full-time hiring managers and HR professionals discloses the multitude of reasons why employers make bad hires.
Work automation, including the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics, is expected to surge in the next 3 years in companies throughout the United States, according to a survey by Willis Towers Watson, a global advisory, broking, and solutions company.
A new survey has found that when it comes to wellness programs and initiatives, many employers are not effectively getting the word out to their employees. Meanwhile, it reveals that many employers may have objectives for their wellness programs that may be misaligned with their original purpose.