Take Good Health to Heart

EntertainHR - Thu, 02/21/2019 - 04:00

Can jogging save a life? Maybe not all by itself, but running and other forms of cardiovascular exercise play an important role in improving overall quality of life and warding off some of the most common causes of death and disability in the United States. Consider that heart disease accounts for about a quarter of […] The post Take Good...

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Take Good Health to Heart

The Oswald Letter - Thu, 02/21/2019 - 04:00

Can jogging save a life? Maybe not all by itself, but running and other forms of cardiovascular exercise play an important role in improving overall quality of life and warding off some of the most common causes of death and disability in the United States. Consider that heart disease accounts for about a quarter of deaths each year in this...

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Take Good Health to Heart

Resources for Humans: - Thu, 02/21/2019 - 04:00

Can jogging save a life? Maybe not all by itself, but running and other forms of cardiovascular exercise play an important role in improving overall quality of life and warding off some of the most common causes of death and disability in the United States. Consider that heart disease accounts for about a quarter of deaths each year in this...

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Training Your Employees to Work with Robots

That's What She Said - Thu, 02/21/2019 - 04:00

According to research, 62% of executives stated that they needed to retrain or replace more than one-quarter of their workforce within the next 5 years because of automation and advanced robotics. Source: PhonlamaiPhoto / iStock / Getty Overall, it’s becoming imperative for companies across a multitude of industries and fields, such as mechanical...

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Training Your Employees to Work with Robots

EntertainHR - Thu, 02/21/2019 - 04:00

According to research, 62% of executives stated that they needed to retrain or replace more than one-quarter of their workforce within the next 5 years because of automation and advanced robotics. Overall, it’s becoming imperative for companies across a multitude of industries and fields, such as mechanical engineering or chemical engineering, to...

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Training Your Employees to Work with Robots

The Oswald Letter - Thu, 02/21/2019 - 04:00

According to research, 62% of executives stated that they needed to retrain or replace more than one-quarter of their workforce within the next 5 years because of automation and advanced robotics. Source: PhonlamaiPhoto / iStock / Getty Overall, it’s becoming imperative for companies across a multitude of industries and fields, such as mechanical...

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Training Your Employees to Work with Robots

Resources for Humans: - Thu, 02/21/2019 - 04:00

According to research, 62% of executives stated that they needed to retrain or replace more than one-quarter of their workforce within the next 5 years because of automation and advanced robotics. Source: PhonlamaiPhoto / iStock / Getty Overall, it’s becoming imperative for companies across a multitude of industries and fields, such as mechanical...

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Millennials Need a Little Help with Money—How Employers Can Step In

That's What She Said - Wed, 02/20/2019 - 04:00

Across the board, Americans are struggling with their finances. Student debt is continuing to skyrocket, the average retirement age is slowly climbing, and 65% of Americans have little or nothing in their savings accounts. For Millennials, the problem is only exacerbated—most plan to retire at 60, yet a staggering 66% have nothing saved for...

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Millennials Need a Little Help with Money—How Employers Can Step In

EntertainHR - Wed, 02/20/2019 - 04:00

Across the board, Americans are struggling with their finances. Student debt is continuing to skyrocket, the average retirement age is slowly climbing, and 65% of Americans have little or nothing in their savings accounts. For Millennials, the problem is only exacerbated—most plan to retire at 60, yet a staggering 66% have nothing saved for...

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Millennials Need a Little Help with Money—How Employers Can Step In

The Oswald Letter - Wed, 02/20/2019 - 04:00

Across the board, Americans are struggling with their finances. Student debt is continuing to skyrocket, the average retirement age is slowly climbing, and 65% of Americans have little or nothing in their savings accounts. For Millennials, the problem is only exacerbated—most plan to retire at 60, yet a staggering 66% have nothing saved for...

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Millennials Need a Little Help with Money—How Employers Can Step In

Resources for Humans: - Wed, 02/20/2019 - 04:00

Across the board, Americans are struggling with their finances. Student debt is continuing to skyrocket, the average retirement age is slowly climbing, and 65% of Americans have little or nothing in their savings accounts. For Millennials, the problem is only exacerbated—most plan to retire at 60, yet a staggering 66% have nothing saved for...

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Paid Family Leave: Evolving Rapidly in the U.S.

That's What She Said - Wed, 02/20/2019 - 04:00

Paid family leave has become an important issue in the U.S. for both employees and employers. Recently I spoke with Breanna Scott, Director of Product & Service Management at The Standard to discuss paid family leave trends in 2019. Source: tupungato / iStock / Getty HR Daily Advisor: What is the current state of paid family leave? Breanna...

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Paid Family Leave: Evolving Rapidly in the U.S.

EntertainHR - Wed, 02/20/2019 - 04:00

Paid family leave has become an important issue in the U.S. for both employees and employers. Recently I spoke with Breanna Scott, Director of Product & Service Management at The Standard to discuss paid family leave trends in 2019. HR Daily Advisor: What is the current state of paid family leave? Breanna Scott: While the […] The post...

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Paid Family Leave: Evolving Rapidly in the U.S.

The Oswald Letter - Wed, 02/20/2019 - 04:00

Paid family leave has become an important issue in the U.S. for both employees and employers. Recently I spoke with Breanna Scott, Director of Product & Service Management at The Standard to discuss paid family leave trends in 2019. Source: tupungato / iStock / Getty HR Daily Advisor: What is the current state of paid family leave? Breanna...

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Paid Family Leave: Evolving Rapidly in the U.S.

Resources for Humans: - Wed, 02/20/2019 - 04:00

Paid family leave has become an important issue in the U.S. for both employees and employers. Recently I spoke with Breanna Scott, Director of Product & Service Management at The Standard to discuss paid family leave trends in 2019. Source: tupungato / iStock / Getty HR Daily Advisor: What is the current state of paid family leave? Breanna...

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Don’t Be the Biggest Loser by Sponsoring a Pay-To-Play Weight-Loss Challenge

That's What She Said - Wed, 02/20/2019 - 04:00

Question: We are interested in having a Biggest Loser competition in the workplace, and employees who want to participate would have to pay an enrollment fee. All money will go to the winner. Are there any legal issues we may run into? Source: Cerebro_K / iStock / Getty Answer: Running a weight-loss competition isn’t a really good idea under...

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Don’t Be the Biggest Loser by Sponsoring a Pay-To-Play Weight-Loss Challenge

EntertainHR - Wed, 02/20/2019 - 04:00

Question: We are interested in having a Biggest Loser competition in the workplace, and employees who want to participate would have to pay an enrollment fee. All money will go to the winner. Are there any legal issues we may run into? Answer: Running a weight-loss competition isn’t a really good idea under the law. […] The post...

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Don’t Be the Biggest Loser by Sponsoring a Pay-To-Play Weight-Loss Challenge

The Oswald Letter - Wed, 02/20/2019 - 04:00

Question: We are interested in having a Biggest Loser competition in the workplace, and employees who want to participate would have to pay an enrollment fee. All money will go to the winner. Are there any legal issues we may run into? Source: Cerebro_K / iStock / Getty Answer: Running a weight-loss competition isn’t a really good idea under...

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Don’t Be the Biggest Loser by Sponsoring a Pay-To-Play Weight-Loss Challenge

Resources for Humans: - Wed, 02/20/2019 - 04:00

Question: We are interested in having a Biggest Loser competition in the workplace, and employees who want to participate would have to pay an enrollment fee. All money will go to the winner. Are there any legal issues we may run into? Source: Cerebro_K / iStock / Getty Answer: Running a weight-loss competition isn’t a really good idea under...

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Ben Affleck’s Batman is Retiring His Cape: What About Your Employees?

That's What She Said - Wed, 02/20/2019 - 04:00

I waded through a slew of this week’s entertainment, past a bunch of Kardashian-related bunk, and noticed an announcement that Ben Affleck is retiring from playing Batman. Of course, Batman, and his long-suffering pals Robin and Alfred, are fictional characters who never grow too old to work. Still, I could not help but imagine the Caped Crusader...

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