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The U.S. Department of Labor released a final rule revising the agency’s guidance on how to analyze who is an employee or independent contractor under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
Employers should be aware of the challenges and complexities that come with testing individuals for marijuana and become familiar with all applicable laws before implementing or enforcing any drug testing or other workplace policies regarding employee marijuana use.
As many organizations take a total rewards approach to fulfill employees’ workplace desires, this infographic highlights four attraction and retention trends to watch in 2023.
A new report from The Workforce Institute at UKG revealed that managers impact employee mental health more than doctors and therapists.
Tips for managing hybrid and remote employees to help support their mental health and reduce work-related stress.
Allowing employees to work remotely from home or other off-site locations can increase productivity for workers, reduce costs for the company and create beneficial flexibility.
As employers compete for top talent, they can turn their attention to workplace culture and belonging to keep employees engaged and make them feel accepted.
Businesses of all sizes are currently facing attraction and retention challenges. Often, small employers have the agility to respond to the employment market with new strategies. Read on for some attraction and retention tips.
Download and use this checklist as a guide when reviewing your company’s compliance with COBRA.
Although employee well-being is typically considered an HR-related matter, it’s also an enterprise risk that directly correlates with a wide range of key business objectives.
The COVID-19 pandemic tipped off supply chain issues that may take years to reconcile. Now, employers are left wondering how they might be able to stay afloat amid unprecedented market uncertainty.
In a post-COVID world, telecommuting has become more widely accepted—and often expected. There is no definitive answer as to whether telecommuting will be good or bad for your business long-term.
Social networking is a priceless public relations and viral marketing tool. However, popular social networking sites can present a significant hazard to your company and its reputation, depending on how you and your employees use them.
Employers across the country are facing a pronounced issue right now: too many open positions and not enough workers. Why are individuals slow to return to work despite available positions and how can employers attract some of these workers?
Mistakes in employee benefits and human resources can be quite costly to employers—in the form of extra benefits, complaints, lawsuits, government-assessed fines and penalties, and attorney fees, to name a few. Don’t learn the hard way what these mistakes are.
Navigating the health care claim process can be challenging for employees, and delayed claim payments and denied claims make it even harder for employees to manage their health care.
As many organizations continue to struggle in this tough economy, many employers are finding effective ways to cut costs without having to lay off any employees.
Here are five simple ways that your company can create a workplace that is supportive of employees and their mental health.