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Surveillance technology can be damaging but it doesn’t have to be. getty If your company isn’t using surveillance technology to track your work yet, it probably will soon, according to data. But monitoring can erode trust and damage already-fragile company cultures—and it may not even be measuring the right things. Regardless of the challenges, many …

If HR doesn’t address the mental health of employees and offer as much assistance as possible, that mass exodus will continue. “Wellbeing is a critical component of our evolving culture and a cornerstone in overall colleague engagement,” Peter Church, chief people officer at Point32Health, a Canton, MA-based health insurance provider, told HRD. “Our focus has …

The local health care industry had its challenges before a pandemic swept around the world two years ago. As summer 2022 approaches, human resources directors and department managers are finding it even more difficult to find the people who can provide basic services. It’s especially tough for small facilities such as the Sisters of Charity …

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, hospitals and health systems have been focused on retaining employees by ensuring their staffing needs are met.   While competitive pay is a key part of retaining workers, other perks like on-site daycare, housing and tuition reimbursement/assistance programs are also offered to workers.  Housing: Some hospitals are offering and building affordable housing …

INDIANAPOLIS — Some IU Health workers don’t want to get the COVID-19 vaccine. They are planning a protest Saturday against the requirement from their employer. IU Health is requiring all staff to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by September 1 or lose their job. “You get the vaccine or you lose your ability to provide for your …

DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES (KABC) — If you’re sick of working remotely, you may be in luck thanks to new technologies implemented at offices. Those who work in one downtown L.A. high rise office building like Rodney Diggs say they never worked remotely during the pandemic because of the steps their building has taken to keep …

Google Workspace VP and general manager Javier Soltero discusses the impact of Google’s technology on the future of remote work. An ongoing lawsuit against Google by the Arizona attorney general’s office, which alleges that the tech behemoth has continued to collect location information even when users had turned tracking off, has revealed that some of …

Baylor Scott & White Health employees received a $500 bonus Friday in celebration of Nurses Week and Hospital Week. “This week has been about celebrating our people — their courage, their dedication and their commitment to those we serve,” CEO Jim Hinton and Chief Human Resources Officer Nakesha Lopez said in a message to employees. …

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) relies on a workforce of nearly 45,000 to operate the national airspace system. Changes in the aviation industry—including emerging technologies such as drones and artificial intelligence—will require FAA to increase oversight and seek additional critical skills for its workforce. FAA has identified critical skills needed for its workforce to respond …