SHRM responds to President Obama's call to expand paid leave and overtime eligibility.
Bullied employees report difficulties with concentration, reduced productivity and increased absenteeism.
Survey of 500 randomly selected HR managers also reveals most popular holidays, from Christmas to Columbus Day.
Sleep deficiency robs corporate North America of $63.2B in lost productivity.
Employees and managers report different perceptions of how salaries and bonuses are determined.
Nearly 40% of respondents say they work 50 hours or more per week. Of those, 18% work more than 60 hours per week.
The online job site's survey also finds financial services hiring pros are the best at spotting resume lies.
More than 40% of top performers say they'd have to find a new employer to advance their careers.
CDC study defines heavy drinking as eight or more drinks a week for women and 15 or more weekly for men.
One-third of respondents say they take 50% or less of their PTO; 48% say they're expected to be available for work while on vacation.