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Employee Relations

For better employee mental health, employers may want to focus on culture rather than self-care. In a recent survey, 58 percent of surveyed workers rated a healthy, sustainable work culture as

Flexible workers say--and HR leaders confirm--that individuals who were working remotely either full time or part time (hybrid) are experiencing more stress and more anger than employees who were working onsite full time. At the same time, Gallup data sho

Feedback is a gift that doesn't have to be given just once a year. Columnist Paul Falcone shares strategies on how leaders can share frequent, informal feedback to develop employees, celebrate successes, and provide necessary critique and redirection.

A majority of CEOs say workers will be back in the office full time within the next three years. Companies across the U.S. are now trying to bring workers back into the office at least part of the time. Here's what they're doing to convince workers to com

​Nearly two-thirds of U.S. employees say businesses have a positive impact on people's lives—small businesses especially so—but many are skeptical about employers using artificial intelligence responsibly, according to a new report.

​Employees are resisting a return to the office. Labor strikes have been sweeping the U.S. Job candidates are ghosting recruiters.

These four maps show the geography of the Great Resignation—where workers are quitting, getting hired and remaining unemployed, according to the latest Bureau of Labor Statistics data.

​U.S. workers and HR professionals say racial discrimination exists in the U.S. workplace, but there is a vast difference in perception of how widespread it is, depending on the race of the person you talk to, according to Together Forward @Work: The Jour