Commentary: Meditation is not just some quirky, hippy philosophy; it is actually grounded in physiology. Some companies have taken these benefits so seriously that they have dedicated quiet rooms within the office so employees can meditate.
Time and money have gone into hiring the perfect employee for your business, but you may be missing the clues that they are looking for new opportunities. Mindflash notes several signs that might be noticeable at first, although its imperative not to miss them, because even if they're looking around, it's not a sure thing that they're ready to leave you just yet. Talking to your employee before the decision is made can give you a higher advantage of retention.
TopTenOnlineColleges.org shows which capabilities employers will find most valuable by 2020.
Employees across the country can expect to see an average increase of 3% in base salaries in the coming year, and some experts are advising employers to remember that if budgets are tight, there are other means to keep employees happy.
More than half of Americans are worried that they will not have enough money when they retire, while others are living paycheck-to-paycheck. Without a focused workforce, employee productivity takes a nosedive and absenteeism increases, according to a new FinFit survey. And the epidemic is not going away anytime soon, signaling a red flag for employers to embrace financial wellness solutions. Here are five indicators on how bad it has become and where to begin.
With cloud computing and mobile devices making remote work more convenient than ever, employers are increasingly offering telecommuting or work-from-home hours as part of their benefits package. The number of employees that telecommute multiple days per week increased almost 80% from 2005 to 2012, according to GlobalWorkplaceAnalytics.com. Here are the top 25 employers listing at-home positions for hire on FlexJobs.
Travel agent. Meter reader. Newspaper reporter. Theyre all among CareerCasts 2014 list of the 10 most endangered jobs, with the hiring outlook for mail carriers taking the biggest hit with a projected 28% hiring decrease by 2020. Job-seekers, broaden your horizons. View CareerCast's full report at http://www.careercast.com/jobs-rated/most-endangered-jobs-2014
When it comes to retirement savings, no family structure is apparently better prepared than same-sex couples without kids, who reported having $276,200 tucked away the very model of successful workplace savers.
Data analytics offers companies a better way to recruit employees and identify those who are most likely to stay. But are employers embracing it?
Where in the U.S. are employees most satisfied? The online career site Glassdoor has released its annual Employment Satisfaction Report Card by City, offering a comparison of overall employee satisfaction, including with compensation and benefits, career opportunities, number of employers hiring, and business outlook expectations. We're counting them down to No. 1, we brought you 50-26 and now here are the final 25.
Where in the U.S. are employees most satisfied? The online career site Glassdoor has released its annual Employment Satisfaction Report Card by City, offering a comparison of overall employee satisfaction, including with compensation and benefits, career opportunities, number of employers hiring, and business outlook expectations. We're counting them down to No. 1 here are 50-26 and stay tuned for the final 25.
Weve heard of buyers remorse, but vacation remorse? A new survey suggests one-in-three senior managers said taking too little time off was the biggest mistake they made with their last vacation.
The National Business Group on Health this week recognized 63 U.S. employers for their continued efforts in promoting healthy work environments and encouraging employee wellness.
Millions of dollars have been spent to make sure consumers have an immediate, even emotional response to the logos of global brands such as Nike, Coca-Cola and Apple. So can individual employers use the same strategies to build strong identity loyalty among their own employees?
The president of the ESOP Association calls the Supreme Courts decision in Fifth Third Bancorp v. Dudenhoeffer a mish-mash and says he doesnt consider it to be a big victory for employers.