Current issues of interest to employers are featured here, dealing with compliance, trends, and recent developments.
Employers guide on abortion
Employers likely have questions about abortion-related employment protections and healthcare benefits after [the June 24] SCOTUS controversial decision that overturned Roe v. Wade.
Well-being is top-down
New research from Deloitte finds c-suite may soon join the Great Resignation, uncovering well-being is a top-down organizational concern.
Workplace activism on the rise
Workplace activism is expected to rise with employees using social media to amplify their views. What should employers do?
NC School of Science & Math
WCI is happy to announce a financial gift to the new North Carolina School of Science and Math campus in Morganton. Press Release
Top-ranked 2022 benefits
Healthcare, retirement savings, and leave benefits emerge in annual SHRM survey as top-ranked benefits employers feel they can offer.
Great Resignation numbers
Voluntary employee departures spike 41 percent among U.S. businesses, according to new research.
Health in the Great Resignation
As millions of U.S. employees voluntarily resign and employers desperately scramble to find workers, a new survey suggests employee health strategy may be a key ingredient to keeping employees well and at work.
Workplace culture is increasingly important, and research reveals where it comes from and how employers are doing after the two-year pandemic.
April 2022 Employment
Payroll employment increased by 428,000 in April, while the unemployment rate remained unchanged at 3.6%.
Mental wellness for your employees
The seemingly never-ending pandemic has affected all aspects of the workplace, with employee mental health and well-being becoming one of the top employee-related issues you need to deal with on a daily basis.
Healthcare affordability a top priority
Employers to tackle employee healthcare affordability amid rising costs, according to big survey.