The Census Bureau reports that the percentage of people covered by employer-based health insurance decreased to 59.7 percent in 2006, from 60.2 percent in 2005, a factor contributing to the rise in the number of uninsured throughout the population.Read More
There are many signs that constant employee churn is already happening. Like it or not, get ready for it.Read More
In the race to attract the most talented, innovative employees, some companies like GE are painting themselves in green—a rich environmental green—to boost their recruiting leverage. An environmental pedigree, recruiting experts say, can help lure applicants.Read More
I am trying to demonstrate the value of having a strategic HR division in my organization. How could I influence our top management about the cost to business of having a nonstrategic-thinking HR division?
Turnover of chief financial officers spiked 20 percent in the second quarter, but the overall level of management change is expected to drop over the next few months.Read More
Renting CFOs is becoming more popular as companies struggle to retain talent, thanks to the unprecedented amount of turnover among finance chiefs during the past several years.Read More
Jeff Schwartz recently served as co-director of "Aligned at the Top," a study conducted by Deloitte and The Economist Intelligence Unit that looked at how people issues are seen by 531 business executives and HR leaders from companies across the globe.Read More
According to a new survey, only 23 percent of corporate leaders believe their HR departments play a crucial role in coming up with corporate strategy and have a significant impact on operating results.Read More