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Coronavirus Expected to Stifle Pay Raises This Year

The coronavirus is likely to stifle pay raises this year as employers who had been leaning towards a 3% or less increase versus 2019 deal with the pandemic fallout, according to a recent survey. So reports Newsday.


Telecommuting May Become the New Norm Post Coronavirus

While many employees have long desired to work from home, few employers have fully embraced this concept. The coronavirus may change that forever.


Coronavirus Forcing Employers to Take Sick Leave More Seriously

The coronavirus is forcing employers to rejigger and reimagine their sick leave policies to better serve their businesses and employees, and to help them avoid legal snafus.


Key to More Benefits: Getting Hitched

Single employees face a big disadvantage versus their married counterparts when it comes to most U.S. companies. So reports CNBC.


Prepping Disaster-Ready Benefits for Workers

Employers rely on insurance policies for potential damage to property and equipment from natural disasters, but just as crucial is to have a plan in place to deal with emotional trauma that such events can inflict on employees. So reports Employee Benefit News.


Vermont Bank Offers Help to Employees Struggling with Student Loans

A Vermont bank is offering employees burdened by student loans some help in paying down their balances. So reports Burlington Free Press.


Santa Fe Gives Employees Half-day Off for November Elections

The City of Santa Fe is giving its employees a half-day off with pay so they are able to vote in the upcoming general election on November 3, the Albuquerque Journal reports.


Student Loan Aid Gains Traction As Top Benefit

As companies fight hard to woo millennial job candidates, savvy employers are elevating student loan aid as a top benefit offering.


Employers Turn to Axe Throwing, Escape Rooms to Inspire Workers

Minnesota companies are turning to axe throwing and escape rooms as new ways to inspire their workers. So reports the Star Tribune.


Adobe Celebrates One Year Of Gender Pay Parity for Global Workforce

Adobe recently celebrated a full year of ensuring gender pay parity for its global workforce of more than 22,000 employees across 40 nations. So reports Forbes.


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