Current issues of interest to employers are featured here, dealing with compliance, trends, and recent developments.
OSHA's large employer ETS stayed by Supreme Court
Finding that the challengers of OSHA’s COVID-19 private employer mandate are likely to prevail on their claim the mandate exceeds OSHA’s statutory authority and is otherwise unlawful, the U.S. Supreme Court granted their application for a stay.
Employees seeking money management help
Research shows employees, especially millennials, want money management help.
DOL guidance on OTC covid testing
The Department of Labor has Issued guidance on required coverage of over-the-counter COVID-19 testing.
Wellness Trends 2022
Mental health and digital solutions top list of employee wellness trends for 2022, according to research.
Top 10 workplace law predictions for 2022
The biggest labor and employment changes will once again be related to the pandemic and the challenges that it creates, but there are other issues that will plague the workplace. Here are our top 10 labor and employment law predictions for 2022.
Importance of employee retirement benefits
As Americans look for opportunities to build savings and plan for the future, a vast majority are turning to their employers for assistance.
Latest COVID-19 Guidance for Employers
A summary of CDC and employer guidance about COVID-19 updated weekly
Employers falling short in their employee experience
U.S. employees say that employers are lacking when it comes to demonstrating care and concern for their workers, research shows.
Microaggressions in the workplace
Individual slights based on race, gender, age or sexual orientation are microaggressions and can have a major negative impact on employees’ wellbeing.
Manager-approved flexible scheduling
Forty-one percent of senior managers give employees the ability to choose when they work, according to recent research.
The challenges of pay equity and transparency
Pressure is mounting for Corporate America to address pay equity according to a new pulse survey.