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3 Ways HR Can Get Care Right with Millennial Employees

A few years ago, PwC realized it had a problem. The consulting firm was hearing complaints from...

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Can Companies Afford Not to Offer Backup Care?

Care and work don’t exist in silos. You have to work to afford care, and you need care in order to...

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How Best Buy Launched a New Benefit Inspired by Employees

My daughter was around a year old when I became a single dad. I was new to the Seattle Area and had...

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Top 10 Benefits and Perks for Working Parents in 2018

We’re only nearing the quarter mark, but 2018 has already been a big year for employee benefits....

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What the 10 Best Companies to Work For Offer for Family-Friendly Benefits

Every year, Fortune and Great Place to Work compile a list of the 100 Best Companies to Work For....

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6 Reasons Backup Care is a Must-Have Employee Benefit

Backup Care has fast-become a critical component of an employee benefits package, because it...

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The Hollywood Perk Your Workplace Totally Needs 

Sundance Film Festival is a premier showcase of independent storytelling in film, but it's the film...

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At Walmart, Tax Policy Change Prompts Parental Leave Expansion 

Bravo to Walmart, which has announced plans to expand its parental leave policies, along with a...

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Q&A with Care.com and Workday: How Better Care Benefits the Workplace

Driven by social, economic, and political shifts, businesses are changing how they operate to...

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The HR Tech You Need in 2018

There was a time, not so long ago, when punch clocks were the most efficient way of managing...

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On to the Next One: Turning the Page on 2017

The arrival of a New Year is time for retrospection and planning for the future, for taking stock...

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9 Takeaways from the NEBGH-AARP 2017 Caregiving and the Workplace Report

In a recent AARP study, unpaid caregivers working at least 30 hours a week at their “regular” job...

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