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Employee 2024 Healthcare Costs Forecast To Reach 10+ Year High

High inflation and persistent labor shortages this year have clobbered many employers and 2024 is forecast to be especially brutal when it comes to employee healthcare costs.


Indeed Gives $10K for Transgender Relocation/Care  

Indeed is supporting its transgender employees so that they can receive services should they live in a state where gender-affirming care is criminalized. So reports Axios.


Pet Insurance, Caregiving Benefits Realize Triple-Digit Growth Over Last Three Years  

Corporate employers are very keen on offering their employees pet insurance and caregiving benefits. So reports Employee Benefit News.


More Employers May Step Up After Supreme Court Quashes Student Loan Forgiveness  

A once rising workplace trend that fizzled out during the pandemic may find traction again following the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent ruling to quash President Joe Biden’s efforts to forgive more than $400 billion of student loan debt.


As Employers Celebrate Pride, Their LGBTQ+ Workers Express Concerns

Major employers have shelled out a lot of money to support Pride celebrations this month, but a recent poll finds that many lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and/or questioning (LGBTQ+) workers are not feeling the love from their bosses.


Employee Benefits Must Evolve Post-Pandemic: Top Microsoft Exec

While Microsoft and many employers adjusted to the new reality of remote work during COVID-19, the global technology giant is still applying lessons learned post-pandemic. So reports Human Resource Executive.


Fallout Continues from Roe v Wade Leak One Year Later  

Employers continue to deal with fallout one year after a leaked draft opinion by the U.S. Supreme Court suggested that Roe v Wade would soon be abolished.


HR Targets Desires, Needs Of Gen Z  

Human resources leaders are aiming to win over Gen Z prospects by targeting their hearts. So reports CNBC.


Pregnant Workers Get Big Boost in $1.7T Spending Bill  

A bipartisan provision within the $1.7 trillion budget bill that President Joe Biden signed two days before Christmas is being celebrated as a huge victory for pregnant workers.


Workplaces May Soon Offer Psychedelic Therapy as Perk

Employers may be more open to offering a once unimaginable treatment for mental health care as they continue trying to woo talent: psychedelic-assisted therapy. So reports Stat.


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