Employers should consider the distinct mental health needs of different employee groups, according to new research. Recent research found significant differences across racial and ethnic groups, gender, age and sexual orientation.
Mental health issues are more prevalent among the workforce than employers may realize, and for many employees, work is a factor in the mental health symptoms they experience.
Having a billionaire pay off your student loans is about as likely as winning the lottery. Instead, graduating seniors will be looking to their future employers for help with their student loans, and so will older workers who have outstanding loans.
Salaries for newly minted college graduates are virtually flat from 2018 despite low unemployment. But pay is rising faster for some positions and salary offers vary by location, making it vital to continually assess compensation to stay competitive.
The European Court of Justice recently ruled that European Union (EU) member states must enact laws requiring employers to record employees' daily work hours. Employers ultimately will have to set up systems to record the daily work time.
IBM has spent the last five years using its artificial intelligence tools to design HR initiatives that evaluate employees and prepare them for internal mobility and career advancement.
The company is in the process of recreating its business from manufacturing computer chips and selling low-end hardware to investing in cloud computing, technology services and cognitive solutions, and wants to boost its talent pool to support that shift.
Sixty percent of male managers admitted that they are uncomfortable mentoring, working alone with or socializing with a female colleague in light of the #MeToo movement, a recent survey found.
Here's the case study of what happened when a difficult-to-work-with manager learned how to collaborate and share knowledge.
Ever wonder why potential employers never call you back? Career columnist Martin Yate weighs in.
The employee experience is a broad and complex topic. This HR People + Strategy (HRPS) white paper by Josh Bersin provides ways to optimize the employee experience by looking at the whole picture first, and then zeroing in on how to really make an impact within your company.
Gov. Phil Murphy recently signed an amendment enhancing New Jersey’s data-breach notification law by expanding the definition of personal information and updating notification requirements.
Colorado employers will soon face potential criminal charges for failure to pay wages. Once the new law takes effect on Jan. 1, 2020, employers will need to ramp up their wage and hour compliance efforts or risk facing criminal penalties.
President Donald Trump’s nominee to be assistant secretary of labor for occupational safety and health, withdrew his name from consideration in a letter submitted May 14 to the White House and to Secretary of Labor Alexander Acosta.
An employer’s concern about whether a worker’s medication interfered with his ability to safely perform his job was not evidence that the employer regarded him as having a disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Although a logging company paid its workers an hourly wage during meal and commute times, that time was improperly included in the calculation of penalties for overtime violations under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
A chart of leave laws by state.
It’s the tightest labor market in 50 years, but fear of a looming recession is out there. Even though no one’s really certain about when it may happen or what might cause it. So is talk of a recession a false alarm?
Time to face the facts: Your new rock star employee has decided the job wasn't a good fit. No letter of resignation, no two weeks' notice; he just never returned. You've been ghosted.
Following allegations of sexual misconduct and abuse, CBS sent a memo to staff in early May saying that each CBS Studios production would now have a dedicated HR person assigned to it.
The Connecticut Legislature recently passed a bill to incrementally raise the state minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2023. Gov. Ned Lamont has pledged to sign the bill, which would make Connecticut the seventh state to phase-in a $15 an hour wage hike.