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Temperature screening and the ADA: What you need to know
ADA experts discuss the key things to consider before checking your employees’ temperature.
COVID-19 highlights limitations of fully insured health plans
This year’s worldwide COVID-19 pandemic has further highlighted the reasons why employers should consider a self-insured strategy over a fully insured model.
Diversity and equality
Black workers five times more likely to say racism exists
Only 7% of white workers agree that racial inequity exists in their workplace, compared with 35% of Black respondents, according to a report by the Society for Human Resource Management
4 Strategies to help overwhelmed working parents maximize productivity
Just because it’s not safe to be outside doesn’t mean employees can’t help working parents schedule a plethora of activities to keep kids busy while they work.
Health and wellness
CVS adds weight management to its PBM lineup
The pharmacy and retail giant partnered with the weight loss app Naturally Slim.
How to take the anxiety out of commuting
COVID-19 has disrupted virtually every aspect of American life, including the commute. As states consider when to reopen, companies of all sizes and across industries are rethinking how to safely get their employees to and from work.
Workplace safety and security
How three major companies are getting their employees back to the office
Returning to work during the COVID-19 pandemic requires striking a balance between safety and productivity. Here’s how employers in the healthcare, insurance and manufacturing industries did it.
Sam Del Rowe
Financial wellness benefits in a COVID-19 world
Pandemic-induced employee financial stress highlights an urgent gap in typical employer benefit offerings.
Diversity and equality
Why the finance industry’s diversity efforts have failed
Industry leaders comment on what needs to be done in the financial realm to increase diversity.
U.S. jobless claims fall more than forecast to pandemic low
Initial jobless claims in regular state programs fell by 249,000 to 1.19 million in the week ended Aug. 1, Labor Department data showed Thursday.
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