Pay-for-performance in health care might sound like a no-brainer, but it's much more difficult to implement than you would think.Read More
Associate Editor Sarah Sipek caught up with Bonnie Marcus to ask her how women can overcome bias to find success in the workplace.Read More
For the overhaul of its HR system to work more efficiently, LyondellBasell is the silver 2015 Optimas Award winner for Business Impact.Read More
For its commitment to employee training and retention, LaSalle Network is the gold Optimas Award winner for Business Impact.Read More
For its successful corporate wellness program that engages employees and their families, Kronos is the silver 2015 Optimas Award winner for Benefits.Read More
For its use of retirement planning services to recruit and retain employees, Tallahassee (Florida) Memorial HealthCare is the gold 2015 Optimas winner for Benefits.Read More
WVU Medicine is the 2015 Optimas General Excellence winner for its workforce initiative to prepare for a potential Ebola outbreak.Read More
A proposal asked states to establish a quantitative measure to help guarantee policyholders’ ability to access health care.
The metal manufacturer tops this year's list of World's Most Active Organizations.