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Employee Relations

From performance management to employee engagement, find advice for managing your workforce.

Is your company’s return-to-office plan driving employees away, or is it the driving itself that is causing added stress? New commuting trends may hold the answer.

In his column, former employment lawyer and author Jathan Janove explores what companies can do to promote good in the world—while also making their own workplace a better place—through corporate philanthropy.

People with developmental disabilities can bring valuable diversity to your organization. Here’s everything you should—and shouldn’t—do when recruiting and hiring them.

Why do some workplaces seem to only have “superstar” employees, according to their performance reviews? Try a different scoring approach to yearly assessments to give workers and managers a clearer picture of how to rank their performance.

Employers can’t fill out tax returns for their workers, but they can lend some help. Here are six ways that employers can assist employees with the annual drudgery of tax preparation.

Workers who are much younger than their managers report lower productivity. Employers can help people of all generations work together well by finding similarities and playing to each employee’s strengths.

Measuring employee experience and employee engagement together can offer a more complete snapshot of the workplace, new SHRM report finds.

Five distinct generations share today’s workplace, each with different expectations for mental health support. We asked experts for tips on supporting the mental health needs of these various age groups.