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The top 5 HR priorities for 2024
Taking the intel from the 2023/2024 Inside Employees’ Minds study we’ve identified the top 5 areas of focus for HR professionals as we head into 2024. Lets dive in!
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Hot Off the Press: Social Security and Medicare Updates for 2024
If you’re preparing employees for life after work, you’ve got to stay current with the latest in Social Security and Medicare. Get started with this overview of key changes coming to Social Security and Medicare in 2023.
Pay transparency: a crucial part of attracting new talent!
Pay transparency is quickly becoming the new normal. What do these trends mean for employers across the country? Let’s look at the data from Indeed and assess how can affect your future hiring process./p>
A Look at the Job Market in 2024
Labor market trends from the past few years have fluctuated greatly, and now we are seeing it begin to balance out. The 2023 labor market review from Mercer shows the current state of the job market and what we are expecting for 2024. Let’s take a look!
Leave policies are getting more personal
Gain insights into the latest changes in leave policies and paid time off in the US.
Why you need to check in on your employees
Mercer’s employee engagement tools will help you find out how your workers are feeling and what they need to excel so your organization can thrive, especially during times of change.
How much turnover is too much?
Although turnover is a necessary part of doing business, when is it too much? By understanding how you compare and the differences across industries, you can better address the issue in your organization.
Fine tune your return-to-office strategy
Employers are dead set on getting employees back in the office more often. Employees? Well, they're still enjoying their remote and hybrid work arrangements. Making return to office work for both sides starts with one important step.