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What makes a great out-of-office message? In honor of summer vacation season, we offer a look at what some out-of-office messages might look like.
Company Culture |
The Art of the Out-of-Office Message
Parents and non-parents are at war at the office. Why? It all comes down to a lack of benefit equity in key areas like flexibility.
Company Culture, Employee Benefits, Life Stages |
Half Your Employees are Mad at You...Here's Why
Flexible work hours allow employees to balance their time, freeing them up to focus on work while at work and other responsibilities outside the office.
Flexible Work Hours: 5 Reasons Employees Need Them
A child care breakdown, and an ingenious back-up plan. Look closely at this LinkedIn story for a story about support, culture, and success.
Company Culture, Family Benefits |
The Link Between Support, Culture, and Success: It’s No Optical Illusion
Find out how our Horizons Teacher Degree Program – the one that pays for early educators to earn their college degrees for free – is doing, one year in!
EdAssist, Continuing Education |
Happy Birthday Horizons Teacher Degree Program! Here’s How the Program’s Doing
Employee engagement isn't enough. Build great company culture by providing the ability - the time, resilience, overall well-being - to get their jobs done.
7 Reasons Why Employee Engagement Efforts Fall Short
The LEAP Healthcare HR conference revealed two things: healthcare leaders have their work cut out for them; and HR has the opportunity to take the driver’s seat.
Healthcare Professionals, Recruitment And Retention |
LEAP Conference 2019: Diagnosing Healthcare’s Pain Points
In single-digit unemployment, retention is at the top of talent leaders’ wish lists. Here’s how State Farm moved the dial.
EdAssist, Tuition Program Management |
State Farm: A Case Study in Retention Strategy
HR strategy is essential. But this year’s SHRM 2019 conference reminds us of the one thing that drives every successful employer.
The Single Most Important Takeaway from SHRM 2019
Summer means OOOs raining down like cereal under a car seat. Here’s a checklist for making it through with your productivity intact.
Why Summer Vacation is Serious Business
A recent healthcare HR VP strategy day had providers sharing strategies about today’s biggest healthcare challenges.
Healthcare Professionals |
Who Has the Toughest Job in Healthcare?
This month’s roundup of HR news covers how managers play into company culture, combining customer experience & employee experience, and more.
June HR News Roundup
The one big myth of elder care supports in the workplace is that the problem is one thing; and that it’s a one-size-fits-all solution. It’s not.
Life Stages, Elder Care |
The One Big Myth About Elder Care
News about tech skills gaps don’t generally make us think about nurses. But maybe they should.
Healthcare Professionals, Continuing Ed and Skills |
The One Challenge in Nursing We Don’t Talk Enough About
Child care is a year-round problem that only intensifies in summer. And with billions in productivity at stake, it’s no surprise employers are stepping up.
Employee Benefits, Company Culture |
Solving the Summer Child Care Problem
Everyone wants to know how healthcare providers are handling today’s talent challenges. We’re gathering VPs for a strategy session to find out.
LEAP HR Healthcare: Join our VP Strategy Session
Nurses are healthcare’s biggest talent problem. And there’s one thing they want, even more than signing bonuses.
Recruitment And Retention, Healthcare Professionals |
How to Stop Competitors from Stealing Your Nurses
A lot of blogs talk about the modern working father as a changed man. But is he really? Hear what some Millennial dads have to say.
Life Stages |
Does the Modern Working Father Really Exist? Yes!