A recent survey from HR services provider Randstad US explores workers’ attitudes and preferences about the holiday season in the workplace. Predictably, it finds some employees enjoy the season, while others struggle with workplace merriment.
Category: Salary & Benefits
There’s good news and bad news … which do you want first?
To tell or not to tell, that is the question. But it may be a moot point, since many of your employees are already talking.
A new survey confirms what indicators have suggested. The tight labor market has employers struggling to find seasonal workers this holiday season, resulting in increased time to fill for open positions.
As retailers and others ramp up for what by all accounts should be a busy holiday season, they may be in for a surprise. And it won’t come wrapped with a bow.
Companies tend to focus on messaging that targets management, ignoring information employees and job seekers receive from various sources. After all, there are only so many hours in a day.
Gender pay equity is a perennial social, political, and ultimately legal issue in our country. Corporate general counsel and HR professionals have watched this issue ebb and flow, and we are now seeing a new flow, but not from where it was expected.
Living paycheck to paycheck to make ends meet is a way of life for a majority of U.S. workers. And minimum wage workers aren’t the only ones struggling financially.
One of the benefits full-time employees take as a given is health insurance. But, as premiums continue to rise disproportionate to other costs, companies increasingly have difficulty covering the expense.
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