DriveThruHR is a captivating, easy-to-digest, and occasionally irreverent lunchtime discourse that covers topics relevant to HR professionals. We broadcast each week (Tuesday, 12 PM, Central Time) for 30-minutes when our guest and hosts discuss a variety of topics including HR Technology, Recruiting, Talent Management, Leadership, Organizational Culture and Strategic HR. Hosted by @MikeVanDervort @RobinSchooling @DwaneLay and @TheOneCrystal. Running continuously since February 1, 2010. #DTHR
Rank #1: Jim Knight on Culture that Rocks.
Jim Knight @Knightspeaker Author of the book 'Culture That Rocks: How to Revolutionize your Company's Culture' drops by @DriveThruHR and talks about on Culture that Rocks and how to become a successful speaker.“From failure we learn. From failures, successes are born.” We don't speak of failure very often at work or on social media but it is from failure that learning and innovation arise. We’ve all made a bad choice or decision in our careers that didn’t turn out as we had planned, but we have all learned and grown from that experience. Daily on DriveThruHR, we explore the themes of failure, learning and success. Join us and our guests as we share these stories of failure that turns into learning and professional growth every day at 12:00 pm Central Time. The radio program is hosted by @williamtincup, @Thehrbuddy@TheOneCrystal & @MikeVanDervort.. The #1 HR show, with amazing HR conversations and follow us on the twitters at @drivethruhr and #dthr.
Rank #2: Casey Sipe on Litigation and Employment Law.
Casey Sipe @CLSEmployerLaw drops by @DriveThruHR to share his insights on Litigation and Employment LawDriveThruHR was designed to be a captivating and easy-to-digest lunch discourse that covers topics relevant to HR professionals. Each 30-minute episode features a guest speaker who shares her or his knowledge and experience in human resources. Our hosts and special guest cover a wealth of topics, including HR Technology, Recruiting, Talent Management, Leadership, Organizational Culture and Strategic HR, every day at 12:00 pm Central Time. The radio program is hosted by @williamtincup, @Thehrbuddy @TheOneCrystal & @MikeVanDervort. The #1 HR show, with amazing HR conversations and follow us on the twitters at @drivethruhr and #dthr.http://www.facebook.com/drivethruhr http://instagram.com/drivethruhr
The HR Break Room is a podcast from your friends working in Human Resources dedicated to bringing you the stories, tips and strategies you need to support the future of your people in the age of new HR technology. Hosted by Caleb Masters and Chelsea Justice, the HR Break Room brings together HR tech industry experts to discuss the latest trends, challenges and solutions emerging in the everyday workplace.
Rank #1: The Future of HR: What Challenges Face the Industry?.
Guest: Sharlyn Lauby, HR Bartender founder and ITM Group president In a business landscape forged through emerging workplace technology, the role of HR continues to evolve. So how can HR professionals bridge the gap between their people and technology to actively participate in employee experience initiatives? In this episode of HR Break Room, recorded at the Society for Human Resource Management 2019 Annual Conference & Exposition, Lauby joins hosts Jennifer Kraszewski and Caleb Masters to discuss: HR’s role after the right technology is implemented how to shift HR from being the go-between to a go-getter how HR tech can reshape the employee experience for a five-generation workforce, from onboarding to retirement using data to tell the story of how HR and HR tech impacts the bottom line challenges facing HR in 2020 and beyond Download our white paper to learn how the right self-service technology boosts the employee experience.
Rank #2: Out With the Old: New Study Proves the Case for Utilizing HR Tech.
Guests: Joe Callender, Ernst and Young executive director of quantitative economics and statistics Ari Teichman, Ernst and Young senior manager of quantitative economics and statistics Sam Norman, Paycom executive vice president of sales According to a 2016 study conducted by HR.com, companies surveyed reported that allowing employees to complete their own HR tasks through software saves their HR department an average of seven hours a week. A new study from Ernst & Young takes this idea a step further. Performing HR tasks manually or not letting employees enter their own information costs employers an average of $4.39 for every point of data entry. With the cost of HR tasks becoming more evident and costly in the digital era, what is keeping organizations from making the move to self-service technology? And how can incorporating HR technology streamline processes and save organizations time, money and productivity? In this episode of HR Break Room, host Caleb Masters is joined by a panel of experts to discuss: Ernst & Young's study detailing how manual HR tasks are slowing productivity and costing organizations around the country the costly compliance risks of manually entering data multiple times how HR can help complete the digital transformation within their organization by removing manual tasks with self-service HR software for employees Learn more about how to transform your organization with self-service technology by reading our How to Lead Digital Initiatives in the Workplace white paper.
Human Resources Law by Authors: John Remington, Richard T. Heiser, Cyrus Smythe, Kenneth Sovereign
Rank #1: Chapter 4 - Part 2.
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The Transform Your Workplace Podcast covers everything you need to build a great workplace. Industry experts, thought-leaders, HR experts and entrepreneurs join us to discuss big ideas that can transform your organization. Each week we cover a new topic, ranging from HR, communication and culture to business growth, leadership and workplace trends. Access more episodes, subscribe, and learn more.
Rank #1: The Benefits of Coaching Culture.
Here’s a stat for you: 65% of employees would forego a raise to see their leader fired. According to Adam Brantley, executive coach at Building Champions, those employees need leaders that coach their people—rather than just telling them what to do. Listen in as we discuss how coaching leadership can change companies for the better, how to bring coaching culture into your own company and the communication tactics that keep employees engaged. In this episode, you will learn about: How Adam became an executive coach Hierarchy in the workplace Building the coaching culture What makes an effective coaching atmosphere The four components that drive engagement What did you think of this episode? Share a review on Apple Podcasts or take our survey. Email Brandon.Laws@xeniumhr.com or connect on LinkedIn, Twitter or Instagram Learn more about Xenium HR at xeniumhr.com More about Adam: Adam's work history, along with experience as a father to young boys and husband to an accomplished leader, has made him highly effective at priority management and work-life balance. Before Building Champions, Adam owned and operated a Chick-fil-A restaurant where he was successful at engaging the team around his vision and developing leaders in the organization to effectively grow the top and bottom lines. Adam loved increasing sales, but where he found his greatest passion was engaging and coaching individuals both inside and outside the walls of the restaurant. Know more about Adam here. Resources Mentioned: Building Champions Guide to Building a Coaching Culture ebook Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less by Greg McKeown H3 Leadership: Be Humble. Stay Hungry. Always Hustle. By Brad Lomenick Trillion Dollar Coach: The Leadership Playbook of Silicon Valley’s Bill Campbell by Eric Schmidt
Rank #2: HR Trends to Watch for in 2018.
In 2017, human resources had a heavy focus on compliance. This is typical in an inauguration year; a new administration in the White House usually brings with it changes to the tax code and other rules related to employment. While we’ll continue to see some of these changes rolled out in 2018, most will be done at the state level—like Oregon’s Equal Pay Act and changes to overtime and sick leave regulations. But in addition to continued changes at the legislative level, we need to look ahead to adapting HR practices to reflect the workforce in 2018. In this week’s episode, Angela Perkins, Xenium HR’s Vice President of Sales & Marketing, joins us to talk about the five trends businesses need to anticipate in 2018: the skill gap, employee experience, flex and remote work, technology, and data. We’ll cover the particular challenges each of these areas pose and how to tackle them in the context of our current job market. How to Support this Show: Subscribe on your favorite podcast app (iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, etc.) Review us on iTunes Take our survey and we'll enter you in a drawing for a free book Follow Xenium HR (@XeniumHR) and Brandon Laws (@BrandonLaws) on Twitter and LinkedIn Learn more about Xenium HR at xeniumhr.com About the Guest: Connect with Angela Perkins SPECIAL OFFERS: e-learning courses at Xenium -www.xeniumhr.com/courses - promo code "POD" for 10% off all courses.
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Rank #1: 32 It’s All In The Numbers with Guest, Chris Kunze.
In episode 32 of the Hire Up Podcast, John interviews guest, Chris Kunze. Chris is a multi-lingual assessment specialist with over 15 years of experience analyzing psychometric and workforce data. Assisting hundreds of companies all over the globe implement HR software, Kunze has used statistical trend line analysis to translate assessment results into the language[...]
Rank #2: 27 The New Frontier Of Recruiting with Guest, Aman Brar.
In episode 27, John Beck, Jr., welcomes to the studio, Aman Brar . Aman has an extensive background in leading technology companies through periods of high growth and has also held key corporate strategy and finance roles at Fortune 500 companies. As former president of Apparatus, Aman led the company through a $34.2 million acquisition[...]
Looking for fresh content to solve your human capital issues but don't have a full hour? Subscribe to the HCI podcast series to gain access to leading HR practitioners from Fortune 1000 companies, as well thought-leaders, authors, and academics. These experts cover everything from talent acquisition and analytics to engagement, retention, and development.
Rank #1: Diversity & Inclusion: A 3-Tiered Approach to Addressing Assumptions to Achieve Gender Equity.
Gender equity is something most leaders say they want at their company. But achieving it can be frustrating and elusive. Jodi Detjen, Managing Partner, Orange Grove Consulting presents a 3-tiered strategic approach to overcoming assumptions on all levels of an organization. She outlines key examples of assumptions about the way business is done that need to be addressed if a company wants to truly achieve gender equity.
Rank #2: Connection Over Compensation: Creating An Engaging Culture For Millennials.
The most important factor in keeping millennials engaged at work is authenticity. They want to be in an atmosphere where they can comfortably be who they actually are and celebrate their unique aspects and abilities. As leaders, managers are now tasked with making millennials and all generations feel that being a part of their team is special. Each day they report to work, millennials need to know that their work matters and that they contribute to larger organizational goals. They’ll work harder understanding why objectives are assigned, and how their responsibilities align to the organization’s goals as a whole. The millennial mindset believes what they do today will contribute to who they become tomorrow. It’s the feeling of connection that fires up the millennial workforce. Some people are better connectors than others, but over time, all generations in the office will become more comfortable and benefit from the deep sense of collaboration. More than title and compensation, millennials want autonomy, and they value deep social bonds through time with peers and developed relationships. If people understand and embrace their differences rather than control perspectives and foster uniformity, the millennial generation becomes most effective. In this podcast, learn how to enable a connected community within the office, how to connect the dots between connection and high performance, how to hire for empathy rather than competition and bring people closer together – a positive shift in organization performance is sure to prevail.
HR Happy Hour, the longest running and top downloaded HR podcast, focuses on human resources, management, leadership, and workforce technology. The show is hosted by Steve Boese, the Co-Chair of the HR Technology Conference and Trish McFarlane, CEO of H3 HR Advisors.
Rank #1: HR Happy Hour 366 - The Future of HR in 2019.
HR Happy Hour 366 - The Future of HR in 2019Host: Steve BoeseGuest: Mike DiClaudio, Principal, Advisory, KPMGThis week on the HR Happy Hour Show, Steve was joined by Mike DiClaudio, Principal, Advisory at KPMG to talk about some of the findings from KPMG's recent 'Future of HR 2019' survey and report.On the show, Mike talked about some of key findings of the research, particularly in the areas of HR and organizational digital transformation intention and efforts. From Intelligent Automation, from both a business and HR perspective, which has emerged as an increased focus area for the CHRO, to better understanding the disconnect between the CEO and the CHRO as to the value of automation, to the segmentation of employees and groups for the purposes of creating different and personalized experiences in the workplace, the research offers plenty for HR leaders to consider and introduce in their organizations.This was a fun and interesting conversation, thanks very much to Mike for joining us.Access the entire KPMG Future of HR 2019 report HERE.Remember to subscribe to the HR Happy Hour Show wherever you get your podcasts.
Rank #2: HR Happy Hour 277 - The 2017 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends Report.
HR Happy Hour 277 - The 2017 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends ReportHost: Steve BoeseGuest: Josh Bersin, Bersin by DeloitteThis week on the HR Happy Hour Show, we are joined by Josh Bersin, of Bersin by Deloitte, a leading consulting, research and advisory company to talk about some of the key findings and insights from the Deloitte 2017 Human Capital Trends Report.This annual report, now in its fifth year, looks at the key challenges, trends, and opportunities for HR and business leaders and serves as an educational resource and guide for HR leaders to help them think about their human capital challenges and how they might respond to these challenges.This year's report shared 10 Key Human Capital Trends and on the show, Josh talked about three of them in more detail - The Organization of the Future, The Employee Experience, and Diversity and Inclusion - all major themes of the report and ones that many organizations are tackling in 2017. Josh shared some insights from the research, (over 10,000 respondents), as well as from case studies, inteviews and additional research in these areas. Finally, Josh shared his recommendations for HR leaders on how to best utilize the information in the Global Human Capital Trends Report and how it can help guide conversations, prioritization, and HR strategy.This was a fun and interesting show, thanks to Josh for taking the time to join us.Get the Deloitte 2017 Global Human Capital Trends Report here.Remember to subscribe to the HR Happy Hour Show on iTunes, Stitcher Radio and all the podcast apps - just search for 'HR Happy Hour' to subscribe and never miss a show.
HR Works provides clear, relevant, actionable information on topics that matter to human resources (HR) professionals
Rank #1: HR Works (E57): Manage Performance to Foster an Employee-Centric Organization.
Everyone’s talking about engagement and retention, but many of us aren’t sure what steps to take to create meaningful change in our organizations.Our guest on Episode 57 of HR Works is the CEO of a company that’s achieved “best Places to Work” status, and has a 5-star Glassdoor rating. Rajeev Behera is co-founder and CEO of Reflektive, the modern performance management startup. He leads the company’s innovation, investment, growth and business development strategies, and—importantly—sets the tone for culture. He has striven to make Reflektive the gold standard in employee-centric organizations where people love coming to work every day.
Rank #2: HR Works(E59): Improve Your Organization's Culture Through Change Marketing.
Neil Bedwell and Andrew Osterday often describe themselves as reformed marketers. Their company, Local Industries, is a change marketing consultancy. Put simply, they apply consumer-grade marketing expertise to drive real cultural change inside organizations by focusing on their most important asset—people. In this episode of HR Works: The Podcast for Human Resources, Bedwell and Osterday explain their approach for improving engagement and company culture—a marriage of HR and marketing.
An update on the Law and best practice for managing and recruiting staff and for dealing with any issues that may arise. An easy to listen to legal and practical update.
Rank #1: Why dealing with conduct issues now can save you time (& stress) later.
It is easy to let things slide & have an easier life, BUT it can be costly later on In this weeks' episode I explain the importance of addressing issues and having those difficult conversations when they occur rather than letting it go and trying to deal with it later on. In the last few months I have been advising a few employers who for one reason or another have reached the end of the line with an employee because of a culmination of small issues. However, because these small conduct issues have not been addressed when they arose it is almost impossible to rely on them later. In this episode I will cover: The importance of dealing with conduct issues as they arise, regardless of how uncomfortable or time consuming it may be; Why it is difficult to rely on historic conduct issues to dismiss an employee; The importance of setting out your rules and requirements of employees in a Handbook or set of rules; Why it is important for employees to have been told the rules and requirements you have of them; How to implement new rules and standards of conduct for existing staff; Why it is important to tailor your documents, contracts and handbook to your business. Action Points Review your Handbook and/or rules to ensure they cover the points that are important to your business; Make sure staff are aware of the Handbook and/or rules and seek evidence to confirm this; Consider an annual requirement for all staff to confirm they are aware of the rules and procedures; Deal with minor issues of misconduct when they arise and make a note of your conversation on the employee's personnel file; Seek advice and assistance if you are unsure of what to do with a disciplinary or dismissal issue; I can help with all of the points above so why not give me a call and let an expert take care of it for you 023 8098 2006 or 01983 897003. Useful Links & Case References Episode 26 of the Podcast - Reasonableness of a decision to dismiss Episodes 34 - 39 - Unfair Dismissal Focus Episode 36 - the Reasonableness Test
Rank #2: Race Discrimination & Harassment Case: Episode 49.
Is an instruction to only speak English at work discrimination?A recent discrimination case has been decided by the Employment Appeal Tribunal concerning an instruction to a Russian employee not to speak Russian at work, an interesting case for various reasons.In this episode I will cover: What the relevant legal provisions are regarding direct discrimination and harassment What is required to bring a claim for direct discrimination What is required for behaviour to constitute harassment Reasons you should proceed with caution with regards to employees who have been employed for less than 2 years Steps you can take to prevent a claim Action PointsEnsure that your managers and supervisors have some training and/or knowledge of the requirements of the Equality Act and that they understand that instructions they give to employees can lead to an employment tribunal claim.Helpful LinksKelly v Covance Laboratories Limited UK Business Startup Podcast HR Harbour Sign up for my fortnightly newsletter (next newsletter 29th February 2016)www.adviceforemployers.co.uk
HR Leaders is a daily show where Chris Rainey has in-depth discussions with senior HR executives and thought leaders who share their journey, experience, insights and lessons learned. Each episode of the podcast explores a new topic and features successful HR leaders from the world's leading global brands. What does the future of work look Like? Why is it changing? What are leading organizations doing about it? Tune into the HR Leaders Podcast to find out!
Rank #1: Dave Ulrich shares his latest thinking & Research on the Future of HR.
Episode #6 - We are joined by Dave Ulrich, Speaker, Author, Professor & Leadership Guru. Watch the video footage from the podcast here: http://bit.ly/HRDLeadersPodcast.
Rank #2: Strategic Workforce Planning: Developing Optimised Talent Strategies for Future Growth.
Episode #72 - We are joined by Ross Sparksman, Author, Speaker, Head of Strategic Workforce Planning at Facebook. Watch the video footage from the podcast here: http://bit.ly/HRDLeadersPodcast.
21st Century HR is a podcast exploring how to build better businesses through modern people practices and approaches. Each episode spotlights progressive practices and leaders that are reshaping the field of HR. The aim of the show is to illuminate what it takes to build people-centric companies. It includes stories and journeys of CHRO's, Chief People Officers, CEO, Head of Talent, and more. Learn more about the podcast at https://vimeo.com/372266364.
Rank #1: Ep41 Battery Ventures VP Talent Kelly Kinnard, Talent Advising At Scale.
Battery Ventures VP Talent Kelly Kinnard shares her career journey from agency recruiting to talent advisory across 120+ companies across Battery Venture's portfolio.Special Guest: Kelly Kinnard (Battery Ventures, VP Talent).
Rank #2: Ep23 Hubspot Chief People Officer, Katie Burke - Hacking Hubspot's Culture Code.
Hubspot Chief People Officer, Katie Burke, takes us inside Hubspot's Culture Code. In this episode, Katie shares insights from Hubspot's unique culture and what it takes to build a 21st Century HR team to support it. In this episode you'll learn: The origin of Hubspot's Culture Code Why it was important to codify Hubspot's culture How Hubspot approached the #MeToo movement What Katie looks for when hiring for her team Which HR leaders inspire her Much more You can view the Culture Code deck here. Special Guest: Katie Burke (Hubspot, Chief People Officer).
Michael Schmidt, Vice Chair of Cozen O’Connor’s Labor & Employment Department, discusses current employment law news, trends, developments and guest analysis.
Rank #1: II-30- Tackling 3 Big Wage and Hour Questions for Employers.
Wage and hour issues continue to keep employers up at night, with new lawsuits and potential exposure not diminishing any time soon. Today's episode tackles three important questions in this area: the meaning and potential pitfalls of calculating an employee's regular and overtime rates (and the status of the "new" overtime regs), strategically using a fluctuating workweek compensation method to pay employees, and keeping up with the DOL's new rules on tipping. This episode features Mike's labor and employment colleague, Susan Eisenberg.
Rank #2: III-48- Employee Handbooks.
In today's episode, Debbie Friedman (partner at Cozen O'Connor) joins the podcast to talk about the issues that employers should consider with their employee handbooks.
Hiring On All Cylinders is having the important conversations about Recruitment, joined each week by the professionals who are on the front lines filling their organizations with top talent.
Rank #1: On Similarities Between Recruiting & Sales featuring Justin Gandelman.
Entelo's Director of Sales Development joins the Hiring On All Cylinders team to discuss what it's like to build a Sales Development team, and how the similarities between his team's process and a recruiting team's continue to grow.
Rank #2: Lightspeed Venture Partners' Cat Surane.
Talent Partner Cat Surane discusses the interview training program she implemented at Google, what metrics are important for early stage recruiting orgs, and how to manage hiring managers.
Join Callie as she discusses the uncomfortable, ugly, complicated and sometimes beautiful, wonderful truths of the workplace. She's getting real about HR and organizations -- nothing's off the table. HR pros and anyone in the workplace welcome. Now earn SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP recertification PDCs for listening!Details inside each qualifying episode mini-series.
Rank #1: Be a Generalist and a Specialist and Don't Forget to Celebrate the "Wins" feat. Stephanie Mardell.
Callie and Deanna talk with Stephanie Mardell, VP of People at Button, about building teams and the importance of developing a thoughtful, intentional recruitment process in a start-up environment. They also get into managers--the people who make or break employee engagement and how it's important to be a generalist AND a specialist. Oh, and one more thing, grit.
Rank #2: Entry Level to Next Level: Bouncing Back from Feedback and Failure and Knowing Your Worth .
This week we are replaying for you our Honest HR season 2 opener. On this episode, Callie and guest Sam Arpino, previously the Talent & Culture Manager of DoSomething.org and currently the Director of People Operations at the Trevor Project, discuss what it means to "develop an authentic professional version of yourself". One that you're proud of while understanding there are parts of your personality that may not set you up for success right when you're starting out. /////EARN SHRM RECERTIFICATION PDCs FOR LISTENINGHonest HR podcast episodes will help you build your competencies while you earn professional development credits (PDCs) toward your SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP recertification! The Honest HR podcast is only one of SHRM's podcast offerings. And currently, it is the only one approved for recertification PDCs./////This episode is part 1 of a two-part series on leadership and navigation, and communication. The second part of this series is "Authenticity: Exclamation Marks in Email & Egocentrism feat. Brittany Hanson, MBA"/////When you listen to both parts of the series, you are eligible to receive PDCs for your participation. All relevant details, including the Activity IDs, are provided during the podcast recording itself.
The All Things Work podcast is hosted by SHRM’s VP of Editorial, Tony Lee and features interviews with advanced HR professionals. We’ll also cover trends and stories about the workplace in general. Subscribe to this program on: * iTunes * Spotify * Stitcher
Rank #1: Steve Browne on Workplace Loneliness and "HR On Purpose".
SHRM's Tony Lee is joined by Steve Browne, vice president of HR for LaRosa's Pizzeria to discuss workplace loneliness and the success of his new book HR On Purpose. Tony and Steve talk about how feeling isolated at work causes many people to look for a different job, why open offices are often the culprit of isolation, how it's easy to be isolated and have the perception that you're not, how social media can contribute to isolation and the overwhelmingly positive response to Steve's book.You can watch Tony's interview with Steve at #SHRM19 in the SHRM Studio here.Please subscribe to All Things Work on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn or wherever you listen to podcasts. Check out SHRM.org/podcasts to listen on your desktop. And be sure to rate and review the show on Apple Podcasts or on your podcatcher of choice. Keep up with SHRM by visiting the website, liking our Facebook page, checking us out on LinkedIn, and following us on Twitter and Instagram.
Rank #2: Paul Falcone's 3 Tips for Dealing with Attitude Problems in the Workplace.
SHRM's Tony Lee is joined by Paul Falcone, vice president of HR at the Motion Picture & Television Fund in Woodland Hills, Calif. Tony and Paul discuss three tips for dealing with an employee’s attitude that is really becoming a problem in the workplace, why you should remove the word "attitude" from your lexicon, why perception is everything, the importance of documentation and how managers can prepare themselves for tough conversations.Please subscribe to All Things Work on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn or wherever you listen to podcasts. Check out SHRM.org/podcasts to listen on your desktop. And be sure to rate and review the show on Apple Podcasts or on your podcatcher of choice. Keep up with SHRM by visiting the website, liking our Facebook page, checking us out on LinkedIn, and following us on Twitter and Instagram.