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  • Biden Signs Deal to Prevent Railway Strike December 2, 2022
    The U.S. Senate on Thursday approved a measure that compels railways and their unions to accept a deal to avert a strike just before the busy holiday shopping season.
  • Why Broad Preventive Care Coverage Is Here to Stay December 2, 2022
    ​A September decision by Judge Reed O'Connor, a federal district judge in Texas, struck down part of the Affordable Care Act's (ACA's) preventive coverage mandate. But this ruling isn't likely to lead employers to impose co-insurance payments for certain preventive goods and services they are now bound to cover in full, health policy analysts say.
  • Employers Expand the Concept of Benefits December 2, 2022
  • Ask HR: What Are Some Tips for a Stay-at-Home Parent Starting a Job Search? December 2, 2022
    What are some tips for parents re-who want to re-enter the workforce? How can an employee make sure he gets the treatment he needs for an injury suffered on the job? SHRM President and CEO Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM-SCP, answers HR questions each week for USA Today.
  • Employers Get Innovative with Compensation December 2, 2022
    While some large companies allow their employees to decide how to allocate their compensation among stock and cash options, smaller companies are experimenting with new bonuses. The key to making innovative compensation programs successful, experts say, is making sure employees understand how they work.