Employers Prepare Benefits and Policy Responses to Abortion Ruling, SHRM Survey Finds

Many employers are prepared to revisit employee benefits and leave policies in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court overturning the Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortions across the U.S., a new survey of... Read more »

Ask HR: Why Did Our Pay Structure Change?

​SHRM President and Chief Executive Officer Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM-SCP, is answering HR questions as part of a series for USA Today. Do you have an HR or work-related question you’d like him... Read more »

C-Suite Panelists Share Career Tips with HR Students

​You don’t have to be the smartest person in the world, but you do need to be open to learning throughout your career. This is one of several pieces of career advice 65-year-old... Read more »

Innovations Shake Up Payroll Technology

​Payroll is one of the few core HR technologies that has largely remained immune to innovation, until recently. The sensitivity of employee pay—research shows it only takes a few paycheck errors for... Read more »

Easing Indian Employees Back to the Office in a Hybrid Model

​As companies in India strive to get employees back into the office, even for a few days a week, many are facing pushback. Some employees want to work from anywhere, which is... Read more »

11th Circuit Rules Service Charge Is Not ‘Tip,’ May Be Used to Satisfy Wage Obligations

​Takeaway: Imposition of a service charge can provide certain employers with greater flexibility in their payroll. However, it is important to remember that it may be used only by employers whose employees... Read more »

A Guide to Effective Mentoring of International Employees

​Mentoring is a key practice designed to increase knowledge transfer among employees. Given our global economy, many mentoring relationships these days are taking place in an international context between colleagues from different... Read more »

Helping Employees Cope with the Death of a Co-Worker

​Helping employees cope with the death of a colleague or co-worker is not typically covered in leadership training or employee handbooks. However, the pandemic and other public health crises have prompted many... Read more »

In a First, One of Apple’s U.S. Stores Unionizes

​One of Apple’s U.S. stores, located near Baltimore, has voted to unionize—a first within the country, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) announced June 18. We’ve gathered articles on this news from SHRM... Read more »

Coaching Up Your ‘C’ Employees Pays Dividends

​Creating and insisting on a coachable management culture can help companies better find their next superstar employees. Speaking at a June 13 concurrent session during the SHRM Annual Conference & Expo 2022... Read more »
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