Viewpoint: Are Your Organization’s DEI Efforts Superficial or Structural?

​Editor’s Note: SHRM has partnered with Harvard Business Review to bring you relevant articles on key HR topics and strategies. Diversity, equity and inclusion efforts are not a “thing” like a program, office or... Read more »

What Gun Reform May Mean for HR

​In response to a rash of mass shootings in schools, grocery stores and other public places, Congress recently passed legislation signed by President Joe Biden that enhances gun safety reforms. Tucked into... Read more »

Menopause: What Employers Need to Know

​In 2018, Jenni Dunn noticed subtle changes to her mood and concentration. Dunn, who oversaw the sales and marketing for a boutique hotel in London, found that tasks she previously completed with... Read more »

New York Employers Must Pay Manual Workers Weekly

​Attorneys have noticed a growing trend of employees suing their employers over late wages under New York labor law. A New York State appellate court decision clarified that manual workers can sue... Read more »

SHRM Chief of Staff Joins EEOC Discussion on Skills-Based Hiring

​In June, Emily Dickens met a woman named Roxie at the SHRM Annual Conference & Expo 2022 in New Orleans. Dickens, chief of staff at the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM),... Read more »

Job Openings, Quits Start to Fall

​Available jobs declined by 427,000 to 11.3 million in May, according to the monthly JOLTS report released by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). The number of available workers also fell, but employee... Read more »

CEO Pay at Big Corporations Jumped Nearly 16% Last Year

Chief executive officers at the largest U.S. corporations saw their total compensation increase last year at the fastest pace since 2014, a new analysis of corporate proxy disclosures shows. Significantly larger annual... Read more »

UK: Employers and Employees Benefit from Preretirement Work Flexibility

​Reflecting a growing global trend, recent surveys of U.K. workers approaching retirement age indicate that a majority are considering continuing with part-time work instead of retiring. An Abrdn survey of 2,000 U.K.... Read more »

Walmart Defeats Model’s Wage Payment Claim Concerning Photo Shoot

​Takeaway: California has some of the strictest wage payment laws in the country and recently made it harder for companies to treat workers as independent contractors. Yet even in California, an employer... Read more »

Microsoft Will Reveal Salary Ranges in Job Ads

​Microsoft Corp. announced that it would disclose salary ranges for all job postings in the U.S., starting in January 2023, in response to the requirements of a new state law. It would... Read more »
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