Next year, payroll and timekeeping are expected to equal or overtake recruiting as the top human resources use for smartphone apps, the latest sign mobile-native software is starting to stick.
Employees are online, talking about what is happening in your workplace. The Internet is today's complaint box. If you want to fix problems before they get out of control, you need only turn to social media sites and sites like coworker.org and Glassdoor. Read More
Some say entry-level workers are suffering with far less pay and less-generous health plans. But others say the industry had to exercise options to save U.S. jobs.Read More
Working with a nonprofit program, GlaxoSmithKline is giving its North Carolina employees the opportunity to test a medical home's efficiency. The pharmaceutical company will see whether the two-year pilot program could mean cost savings.
A patient-centered medical home practices preventive medicine and helps manage chronic illnesses through a partnership between patients and their primary care physician and other health professionals
Thirty-six percent of employees polled in Mercer's annual Workplace Survey indicated that their out-of-pocket costs were 'definitely' commensurate with the health benefits they receive through their employer, down from 44 percent in 2011 and 38 percent in 2010. Read More
Click on the image below to view the full infographic highlighting the “seascape” that has resulted from the actions of leading consolidators. Roll over the companies to learn about their key mergers and acquisitions.Read More
Flat training budgets present workforce challenges amid a flurry of regulatory changes.Read More