Most employers taking King vs. Burwell ruling in stride
More employers believe the King v. Burwell ruling will have a positive effect than a negative effect, although a slight majority doesn’t believe this ruling affects them one way or the other, according to Mercer.
Payrolls rose in June, little change in wages
Job creation advanced while wages stayed the same. Here are the recent labor statistics.
New PPACA enrollees healthier but use it for serious illnesses
PPACA enrollees used fewer prescription drugs but the ones they used tended to be high-cost medications, known as specialty drugs.
Obesity should be our biggest health focus, says Dr. Oz
PPACA won't help the nation's health if we don't address chronic health conditions such as obesity, said Dr. Mehmet Oz at the Society for Human Resource Management annual conference.
What to know about proposed overtime changes
If enacted, the overtime regulations would affect businesses in a number of ways, according to SHRM.
Top 10 reasons you should implement wellness
Here are 10 reasons why employee wellness is a corporate strategy, according to Charlie Estey of Interactive Health.
Telehealth expected to soar
Visit the doctor via video? A barrier to consumer use of telehealth video consultations has been the lack of reimbursement--but looming doctor shortages may change that.
Obama to expand overtime eligibility for millions of workers
Workers who earn as much as $970 a week would have to be paid overtime even if they’re classified as a manager or professional, according to a plan outlined by the Department of Labor on Tuesday.
HR is the ‘conscience’ of workplace culture
Your workplace's culture can make employees want to come to work--but you have to define and create it.
Coach K to HR: Make employees feel valued
According to the winningest coach in NCAA Division 1 history, there are 3 important concepts HR professionals must embrace to build a great team.