HR decision-makers are having trouble addressing new trends like part-time employees and gig workers. What can you do to manage these challenges at your workplace?
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'Unless they’re willing to lose valuable talent, employers can’t afford to sleep on this [trends like gig employees],' said Jung Ryu, national accounts practice leader for The Standard. Read more about The Standard’s Disability Readiness Index on HR Dive.
Are you ready to address the disability needs of part-time and gig employees? Studies show that only 16% of employers are. Read more in WorldatWork.
MOSERS’ return-to-work and stay-at-work programs have earned our Workplace Possibilities Champions award.
The drains on workforce productivity and job vacancies are costing companies an average of $800,000 annually. Dan McMillan, vice president of employee benefits at The Standard, tells you what you need to know.
Only 1 in 4 HR professionals report having successful absence and disability management programs. Is your program a success? Learn more.
HR managers should look toward these five trends to navigate the complex paid family leave conversation. Read the Workforce article by Breanna Scott, director of product and service management at The Standard.
Need help navigating the constantly shifting conversation around paid family leave? Breanna Scott, director of product and service management at The Standard, discusses national and local trends in BenefitsPRO.
According to a recent survey by The Standard, 59% of employers find it difficult to keep up with absence and disability management best practices. Employers generally find three key issues as their main stumbling blocks when it comes to employee absence and disability: program measurement, legal compliance and accommodations support.
This HR Daily Advisor Q&A with Breanna Scott, director of product and service management at The Standard, highlights the current state of paid family leave and trends employers may see in 2019.