Governments across Europe have been making budget cuts and wellness programs are among the first to go.
Obesity is a leading source of workplace disability, but nixing vending machines and handing out pedometers isn’t enough to get employees back and working at their full potential.
Parker Conrad and his cloud-based HR platform, Zenefits, are among Silicon Valley’s hottest tickets, but it’s the people, not the profit, that sits at the forefront of the CEO’s mind.Read More
Wearable technologies and fitness applications are flooding the consumer market, but the jump to the corporate sphere has many concerned about employee privacy.
Employers who have not accurately counted the number and type of employees within their organization by Jan. 1, 2015, could end up with unnecessary expenditures as a result of the Affordable Care Act’s employer mandate.
Manager of university relations and contingent workforce, Cubist Pharmaceuticals,
Lexington, MassachusettsRead More
CEO/co-founder, AnyPerk Inc., San FranciscoRead More
Senior organizational development consultant, Children’s Hospital & Medical Center,
Omaha, NebraskaRead More
The debate regarding the cost and benefit — or lack of benefits — of wellness programs continues.Read More
Employers offer vacation days and paid time off to urge employees to get out of the office so that they can relax. Despite the intent, it seems that the majority of employees aren't going places.Read More