Last Year’s White House Summit on Working Families launched the challenges of today’s working moms and dads into the public consciousness. Today we look back that conference, what’s happened since, and why it’s critical we keep the issues front of mind.
With today’s employees shouldering more than $1 trillion in student loans, and most jobs requiring college degrees, debt repayment is emerging as the logical step in creative benefits programs that address numerous strategic fronts and offer substantial ROI.
Millennials have insisted on work-life balance more than previous generations, but that doesn’t mean they’re achieving it. As they have children and moving into managerial roles, they’re learning what their predecessors already know – that work-life balance is hard to realize.
Millennials aren’t the only employees struggling with college debt. Many Boomers are also paying college loans — their own, their children’s or their grandchildren’s — making financial guidance a key to not only financial wellness, but also benefit equity.
What does it mean to be a Best Place to Work? More than just an coveted honor, it’s a mark of a company with a positive business culture that supports employees, customers, and company profits.
Women have long been striving for equality in the workplace. But achieving equality will require recognition of the new working father, and equal support for mothers’ and fathers’ personal of professional goals.
Today’s employees are collectively managing trillions in debt, obligations that can dog them through their retirement years. Employers who ease the burden not only help their people, they also pave the way for substantial organizational ROI.
New research about working mothers inspired one working mom to look at the successful careers of her mother and grandmother, the role they played in her own ambitions, and what her career path might mean for her daughter’s future.
Today’s employers say Millennials aren’t ready for the job. New graduates say they’re expectations aren’t being met in the workplace. Taking a few important steps helps employers and millennials bridge the gap and ensure everybody gets what they’re looking for.
Research says employees who take time off work and think better. Yet American workforces refuse to take a break. Get the facts about employee vacation and what role your managers play in ensuring your people avoid employee burnout.