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The HR I.Q. Test: December ’22

Here’s your monthly quiz on HR news and trends.

High court ponders employment cases

The Supreme Court tackles several employment cases this term.

Snapshot: Work resolutions 2023

Getting a raise is the main 2023 career goal for almost half (44%) of 1,000 Americans surveyed by Moneypenny.

What the elections mean for employers

The mid-term elections are now over. What do the results mean for employers nationally and in specific states? Here are a few possibilities.

What’s in a name? Are you happy with “HR department”?

A growing number of companies are using terms like “talent management” instead of “human resources.”

The HR I.Q. Test: November ’22

Here’s your monthly quiz on HR news and trends.

Snapshot: Covid prompts “Great Reflection”

After 47 million Americans quit their jobs in 2021—a record number, says the Bureau of Labor Statistics—the departures, or Great Resignations, caused workers to regard their employment differently. Call it The Great Reflection.

Get ready for 2023 employment law changes

Do you wish you had a crystal ball for what might be coming in 2023? We asked a top employment lawyer to engage in a bit of clairvoyance.

DEI efforts soar post-pandemic

Ninety-three percent of HR leaders view diversity, equity and inclusion as more critical now than three years ago, according to a Sept. 29 report from Heidrick & Struggles. In 2019, that number was 20%.

Snapshot: Workers at small businesses feel valued

While employee dissatisfaction rates are up across the board, a new survey shows that’s not the case at many small businesses compared to their cohorts at larger organizations.