Employers are seeking new ways to keep remote employees productive and engaged, but they face a difficult balancing act as employee monitoring may damage trust and morale.
Employers are in a unique position to address employees' financial struggles, as benefits programs are a powerful tool that can help support employees in meeting their current and future financial nee
Leading through this crisis requires empathy for what people are going through now and understanding how living through this crisis will shape people’s expectations around work and non-work lives.
Franklin Templeton’s zero-tolerance policy on racism led to the swift firing of its former head of insurance investment, Amy Cooper, according to the head of its parent company.
The funds will be directed to programs that focus on health, jobs, small businesses and housing, particularly in communities with many people of color.
“Employees really want to feel if they are going back to the office that they will be safe,” Sequoia CEO Greg Golub says.
“We read this as an occasion to really integrate women's health with children's health, and that the combination of that integrated support is what makes happier and more successful working parents,
A benefit start-up unveils a new platform that consolidates maternity and parental benefits into one.
Switzerland’s second-largest bank is recommending higher ranking employees purchase two additional weeks of vacation this year, according to a Credit Suisse spokesman.
The scramble to adjust to remote work has changed not only how companies are getting through this unprecedented crisis, but also how they're thinking about post-pandemic life.