Companies struggle to attract qualified employees
As the unemployment rate falls, companies struggle to attract qualified workers.
Workplace benefits are key to financial security
Americans depend on their workplace benefits to help shore up their financial security, but most employers don’t feel any responsibility to help employees prepare financially for retirement.
Companies focusing less on traditional benefits
D.C.-area companies are offering their workers new benefits in an attempt to cut their health care costs.
Is the 9-to-5 workday dead?
Even for employees in traditional 9-to-5 industry jobs, the 9-to-5 work day is fading.
Teva to buy Allergan’s generic-drug unit for $40.5 billion
A deal by Teva Pharmaceuticals to buy Allergan will make the company the largest maker of generic drugs.
11 benefits to add to your financial wellness program
Financial wellness programs help reduce employee stress--some or all of these 11 components might help you in planning your financial wellness program.
Some employer concern about Anthem-Cigna merger
Employers display a wide range of opinions about the recent mergers of major health insurance companies.
Small biz owners rail against PPACA fines
Leaders of the largest lobby for small businesses are crying foul over a little-known IRS rule that they say will impose crippling penalties on the employers who can least afford a big fee hike.
Employers beefing up recognition programs
One in 10 employers say they have active service award programs for employees who reach certain employment milestones.
SHRM lobbies against overtime pay rule
The Society for Human Resource Management says new rules on overtime pay pose a risk to charitable organizations as well as businesses.