Tired workers are nothing new, but you’re in dreamland if you think having a sleepy staff isn’t a big problem for your business.Read More
Several states have shuttered their marketplaces because of technical problems.Read More
Its professional certification designations of SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP seek to replace longtime standards PHR and SPHR.
Employee assistance programs continue to improve quality and services, but while employers are looking for bottom-line data, EAP providers lack research.Read More
SHRM’s current and former leaders, going back to 1980, talk about their tenures as president of the largest HR organization and what the future holds for HR.Read More
Group members recommended that health plans should be the primary source of price information and urged them to use easy-to-understand formats.Read More
Questions emerge regarding what SHRM’s move means to those with PHR, SPHR and GPHR credentials, as well as the relationship between the organizations. Updated with comments from SHRM's Hank Jackson and HRCI's Amy Dufrane.
Author Sharon Salzberg opens the book on regretful emails and practicing mindfulness and meditation at work.Read More
The big potential growth of private health exchanges has lured other major benefits consulting firms into the market.Read More
There seems to be an endless quest to get employees to care more about their benefits. Explaining their importance is becoming increasingly valuable.Read More