Julie Hamp’s resignation is a blow to Toyota's diversity efforts.Read More
Humana has been rumored as an acquisition target for some time now, as several large insurers jockeyed for the Louisville, Kentucky-based company.Read More
Both organizations push ahead with plans to bolster their separate credentials.Read More
Editor Frank Kalman's last day at the SHRM annual conference was all about recruiting and leadership.Read More
Willis Group Holdings’ plan to join with Towers Watson will consolidate the insurance industry, but whether this move will prove beneficial to employers remains to be seen.Read More
Is ‘talent to lead’ something we could quantifiably measure? And if so, how? We've read Gallup reports that only 1 in 10 people possess the quality to lead. Yikes.
—Looking for Leaders, HR consultant, technology services, Salt Lake City
In addition to not having access to COBRA benefits, same-sex couples in domestic partnerships are also subject to different tax consequences than their married counterparts.Read More
Thanks to the Supreme Court, not only can there be spiritual healing but also a righting of wrongs, a correction of systemic inequity and a lot of unnecessary financial burdens can be lifted.Read More
In a 6-3 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of keeping a provision in the Affordable Care Act that allows federal subsidies for health insurance in states that do not have exchanges.Read More
How companies are adapting their mobility policies to cut costs and increase return on investment, while still meeting the needs of relocating employees.