Current issues of interest to employers are featured here, dealing with compliance, trends, and recent developments.
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.
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.
NC Tax Changes Enacted
North Carolina enacted budget legislation with major income tax changes that include phasing out the corporate income tax, reducing the personal income tax rate, and more.
Retaliation related to COVID-19
On November 17, 2021, the EEOC again updated its Q&A technical assistance on COVID-19-related employment issues, this time to include a new section (M) on retaliation and interference.
CMS vaccine mandate challenged
Multiple states file suit over healthcare worker COVID-19 vaccine mandate
Top talent and leadership trends for 2022
Based on input from organizational, talent and leadership experts from across the globe, research identified these 10 key trends
Employees are Restless
Research shows that U.S. workers are feeling burned-out, changing their personal priorities, and considering job and career changes soon. Read more for details and what they think will reduce burn-out.
Temporary stay of the private employers' vaccine mandate
Businesses and five states obtain temporary stay of Biden Administration’s private employer vaccine mandate through the Court of Appeals