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Hibob | June 16, 2021
Hibob, an HR technology disruptor, has released the findings of a new study that reveals the pressure that remote work causes between HR departments and individual contributors. While the connection between HR and senior management is looking up, middle managers and individual contributors aren't as confident in HR's capacity to manage procedures in the new world of work. According to the findings, HR must identify strategies to involve senior management and middle and junior staff to en...
Humu | September 15, 2022
Humu, the HR technology company that pioneered science-backed nudges that make it easy for employees to develop new habits, today launched Humu Coach for Managers. This new suite of features gives managers the insights and guidance they need to unlock their teams' greatest potential. It's the latest example of Humu's industry leadership in shaping the future of work.
Managers have always played a critical role in driving team success, but the seismic shifts of the past...
DOL | November 19, 2020
The U.S. Department of Labor issued Nov. 16 a final rule setting requirements for registering "pooled" retirement plans with the Secretary of Labor before beginning operations.
The rule implements the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act of 2019, also known as the SECURE Act. The law amended the Employee Retirement Income Security Act to permit pooled plan providers to begin offering pooled employer plans, or PEPs, beginning Jan. 1, 2021.
Los Angeles Times | March 17, 2020
As fallout from the coronavirus pandemic hits the economy, it’s slamming the American workforce: Some 18% of adults reported that they had been laid off or that their work hours had been cut, a new poll found. The proportion affected grew for lower-income households, with 25% of those making less than $50,000 a year reporting that they had been let go or had their hours reduced, according to a survey released Tuesday by NPR, PBS NewsHour and Marist of 835 working adults in the contiguous U...
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