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Snapshot: The next wave of employment law risks

06/15/2021
Employers worry the transition back to normal from a pandemic footing will pose legal risks, but other issues loom as well.

Snapshot: Marijuana drug-test positivity varies by state legalization status

06/01/2021
More employees test positive for cannabis in states where recreational use of marijuana is legal.

CEOs expect economy to boom this year and next

06/01/2021
More business leaders anticipate an economic boom than stagnation in 2021 and 2022, according to a recent survey of CEOs and senior executives by the Gartner business advisory firm.

Male or female boss: Who do employees prefer?

05/26/2021
A new ResumeLab survey of 800 working Americans found that 38% of workers say they’d prefer to work for a female boss compared to 26% who would rather work for a male manager.

Most employers don’t yet have a return-to-work date

05/25/2021
One of the most pressing questions many employers across the country are asking is, “When will we bring our workers back to the office?” A new survey from outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas found just 17% of respondents are already back in the office and 58% have not yet set a date when they will return.

Workers say pandemic has caused career setbacks

05/11/2021
Thirty-eight percent of professional workers said their careers have stalled since the start of the pandemic, according to a new survey by the Robert Half staffing firm.

Snapshot: Percentage of adults using social media

05/11/2021
Most American adults say they use YouTube and Facebook. Platforms such as Snapchat, Twitter and TikTok attract less than a quarter.

Pandemic stresses didn’t dampen career satisfaction

05/11/2021
In the face of the pandemic, a resulting economic crisis, mass layoffs and high unemployment, the percent of employees reporting overall satisfaction with their jobs remained high in 2020, according to a new survey from the Conference Board business research nonprofit.

Covid-19 killed 3,600 U.S. health workers in a year

04/20/2021
More than 3,600 U.S. health care workers died in the first year of the pandemic, according to “Lost on the Frontline,” a 12-month investigation by Kaiser Health News and the Guardian news website.

Snapshot: Remote work: How corporate culture has changed

04/20/2021
Three out of four remote employees say their organization’s culture improved after the coronavirus pandemic forced them to work from home.