Elder care is being increasingly recognized as a workplace challenge, with AARP saying 60% of those providing elder care work full time. Beyond the numbers, you’ll discover the employees and their stories of the struggle to balance elder care while working and, many, raising children.
Last year, Horizons Workforce Consulting’s Andrea Wicks Bowles asked some interesting questions about how to get employees to use their benefits. This year’s report on benefits trends shows why answering those question should be high on employers’ to-do lists.
Horizons Workforce Consulting’s study of 4,000 people showed that fewer than half of employees (only 40%) get enough sleep every night. New data shows the negative consequences for the employees…and the company.
Despite having the least amount of paid vacation time in the world, Americans – managers and their reports — are simply not taking time off. This, says a new report by Horizons Workforce Consulting, is bad new for employees and their organizations.
As young companies make news with their fresh takes on business practices, it might be tempting for everybody to jump in with the most newfangled approaches to culture. But who you are as a company will affect whether any of those things will actually work.
Last year, Bright Horizons released the Modern Family Index, a series of data showing insights about working parents. The most startling fact: employees thought family responsibilities would get them fired. Today we look back at the data, what, if anything has changed, and why it still matters to today’s employers.
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.
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.