When Iowa State professor Gregory Welk tested the accuracy of wearables, he found they could be inaccurate by up to 40 percent, which should be an eye-opener for any company’s wellness director.
A recent survey of current college students finds that a majority of young job seekers would choose security over passion.Read More
With gamification techniques still in its early stages, organizations seek new ways to engage workers in saving for the future.
Dr. Garth Graham and the Aetna Foundation are on a mission to eliminate health disparities between racial and ethnic minorities and the general population.Read More
An employer’s discouragement of an employee taking FMLA leave can violate the act, even if the discouragement is ineffective.
It may be in the best interest of an employer to require vaccinations for its workforce. But the legalities and practicalities involved may present too many obstacles to make such a requirement worthwhile.
Finding the best employees and retaining them in the face of rapidly shifting personal and professional needs, a fickle marketplace might feel like you’re trapping a unicorn.Read More
The United States’ foreign worker program needs an overhaul — but good luck getting anyone to agree on what’s broken or how to fix it.Read More
Porter Braswell, CEO of Jopwell, a tech-enabled minority recruitment company, launched the platform in 2014 to help organizations connect with minority candidates.Read More
A new website aims to create transparency by revealing the prices the largest national insurers pay for medical services.