Benefits (148)

Hangover Leave Is Tops On Workers' Benefits Wish List

Hangover and breakup leave rated among the top three benefits for American workers, according to a recent survey. So reports Employee Benefit News.


Netherlands Aims to Make Work from Home a Right

The Netherlands is on track to pass a law that would mandate employers consider their workers’ requests to work from home as long as their professions permit it. So reports Women’s Agenda.


Time Off for Community Volunteering Can Benefit Employers

With many employees, especially younger ones, keen on working for bosses that are committed to social responsibility, companies would do well to push community volunteering as a benefit. So reports Society For Human Resource Management (SHRM).


Headaches Pile Up For HR Amid End Of Roe v. Wade

The Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v. Wade last month has created a complicated legal and ethical landscape for employers and human resources leaders.


Data Informs Microsoft HR On Employees’ Struggles

Microsoft’s HR department made a big change from its traditional embrace of employee engagement to “employee thriving.” That's thanks, in part, to its data analysis of its own workers. So reports Human Resource Executive.


Leaked Supreme Court Draft Ruling Ups Pressure on Employers

The U.S. Supreme Court’s draft ruling on Roe v. Wade has spurred concerns about how major rollbacks or a total ban on abortion could create major workplace disruptions.


Google’s Ex-HR Head Criticizes Firm’s Move to Cut Pay for Some Remote Employees  

The man who used to lead human resources at Google says the firm’s decision to lower employees’ salaries based on where they work remotely is a bad move. So reports Fortune.


COVID-19 Pushes Health Care Coverage Up HR Priorities’ List  

While employers increasingly tout new benefits such as student loan repayments and subsidized childcare, the fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic has renewed interest in comprehensive health care coverage. So reports Human Resource Executive.


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.


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