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Gaming App CEO Embraces Work-Anywhere-In-World Approach

The London-based CEO of a gaming app is letting his employees know that where, when and how they work is something that they should decide. So reports Employee Benefit News.


Employers Still Failing Workers with Childcare Needs  

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, many employees working remotely did their best to balance their jobs and childcare needs in the home. Now that many workers are returning to the office and schools are remaining open more consistently, companies are once again dealing with how to support their workers' perennial childcare challenges.


Student Loan Repayments Offer Employers Competitive Advantage

Employers have a fresh opportunity to retain and attract talent amid President Joe Biden’s recent decision to extend the pandemic moratorium on student loan payments until May 1.


Boosting Employees’ Mental Well-Being in New Year  

While employers have worked to address the mental well-being and health of their employees over the last two years, 2022 offers an opportunity for them to step up those efforts. So reports Employee Benefit News.


Grocery Chain to Strip Paid Leave for Unvaccinated Workers with COVID-19  

A supermarket chain pledges to end paid leave for its employees who are not vaccinated and who get COVID-19. So reports Human Resource Executive.


Paid Family Leave Looms Large for Employers In 2022

The future of national paid family leave in President Joe Biden’s Build Back Better plan remains in doubt, but it will be hard for employers to ignore or dismiss this issue next year.


Target Latest to Foot College Cost for Employees  

Target has become the latest large company to state that it will pay college tuition and textbook costs for its part-time and full-time workers based in the U.S. So reports CNN.


Pandemic Elevates Need for HR to Focus On Mental Health

The COVID-19 pandemic has elevated the need for human resources to bolster its attention and response to employees’ mental health wellness. So reports Forbes.


Employers Offer Free Education Amid Competition for Workers

Some companies are offering to pay for higher education costs and touting other benefits as they compete to keep and woo talent in a post pandemic economy. So reports CNBC.


Pressure's On for HR to Push Health Equity

The more than year-long COVID-19 pandemic has put extra pressure on human resources leaders to ensure health equity is a top priority for their companies. So reports Society For Human Resource Management.


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