Fifty-eight percent of employers offering wellness incentives pegged rewards to completion of lifestyle modification programs such as weight loss, smoking cessation and physical fitness.Read More
The Hewlett-Packard-IBM story strongly suggests that, increasingly, the lower road does not compute.Read More
Among millennials, the love affair with the automobile is turning chilly.
Teaching humans isn't usually as straightforward as teaching dogs. But the goals are the same. Read More
Companies nationwide are learning that sustainability has taken on a new holistic view of how the company treats the Earth and its inhabitants—particularly employees, stakeholders and customers.
Excessive fear regarding the misclassification of workers and resulting liability can lead organizations to distance themselves unnecessarily from contractors and temps. The result is bad for both companies and contingents.Read More
Malcolm Hamilton alleged he was fired after reporting to the Federal Aviation Administration that United had an “unofficial, unspoken policy” requiring flight attendants to file false reports. Read More
A new ComPsych poll runs contrary to other surveys that indicate that tools such as Facebook distract employees during work hours.
Social media policies that define what employees can talk about and how employers will monitor them help organizations protect their intellectual property while giving workers a framework for online communication.