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All Things Work From SHRM

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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

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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

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46 Ratings
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Great podcast full of insights as I search for HR work

By Mister_Redbeard - Mar 12 2020
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So many insights and experiences on this podcast that have helped me gain a window into the HR world.

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By chi-town Pete - Oct 08 2019
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Would really love to hear more from you!

iTunes Ratings

46 Ratings
Average Ratings
38
5
2
0
1

Great podcast full of insights as I search for HR work

By Mister_Redbeard - Mar 12 2020
Read more
So many insights and experiences on this podcast that have helped me gain a window into the HR world.

Need more content

By chi-town Pete - Oct 08 2019
Read more
Would really love to hear more from you!
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All Things Work From SHRM

Latest release on Jul 22, 2020

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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"

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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.

Jul 10 2019

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Rank #2: Paul Falcone's 3 Tips for Dealing with Attitude Problems in the Workplace

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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

Mar 20 2019

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Rank #3: John Scott on Leadership Development Trends

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SHRM's Tony Lee is joined by John Scott, the chief operating officer and co-founder of APTMetrics. John has 30 years of experience designing and implementing talent management and assessment systems across a variety of global, high-stakes settings. Tony and John discuss why less than half of C-suite executives think their company’s leaders are doing a good job, why situational and contextual factors can’t be overlooked when hiring and developing leaders, the ideal mentor for a company leader, and what constitutes quality talent across generational divides.

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.

Apr 24 2019

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Rank #4: Justin Constantine on Veteran Employment

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SHRM's Tony Lee is joined by Justin Constantine, a motivational speaker, Marine combat veteran and a leading voice in the veteran community. He’s involved in all kinds of veterans’ initiatives, including SHRM’s HireVets platform. He is also the only guest on All Things Work to have been shot in the head. Tony and Justin discuss why they think HR professionals don't often look at veterans when hiring and why that trend is reversing, why companies shouldn't be so rigid in hiring only veterans with college degrees, the recent changes in how AI is used to match veterans to jobs, Justin's work with SHRM and how to retain veterans once you've got them in the door.

Mentioned on the podcast: JobPath

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.

May 22 2019

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Rank #5: Kum & Go’s Jon Renaud on Employee Retention

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SHRM's Tony Lee is joined by Jon Renaud, director of operations for an Iowa-based convenience store chain, to discuss what his company is doing to improve employee retention in the convenience store business that is marred by high turnover. Tony and Jon dig into thecompany's push to dramatically increase its number of fulltime employees, the transition to permanent schedules for all positions and the things that have surprised Jon as these programs have rolled out.

Feb 20 2019

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Rank #6: Heather Younger on Cultivating Employee Loyalty

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In this episode of SHRM’s All Things Work podcast, Tony Lee is joined by Heather Younger. Heather is an author and motivational speaker who works to help employers understand the connection between their employees’ loyalty and their ability to achieve big picture goals. Tony and Heather discuss cultivating employee loyalty as an approach available to companies to guard against turnover and economy-wide talent shortages. Heather also shares her perspectives on how companies can hire managers that actually encourage loyalty among their employees and the role of emotions in shaping employees’ allegiance.

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.

Jan 15 2020

20mins

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Rank #7: Jaime Fall on Employer-Driven Upskilling

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Jaime Fall is the Director of UpSkill America at the Aspen Institute, which is an employer-led movement to expand opportunities for workers who need help advancing their careers and moving into better-paying jobs. In this episode of SHRM’s All Things Work podcast, Jaime joins host Tony Lee to discuss the practice of upskilling and its benefits for both employers and employees. He also shares examples of companies’ various upskilling initiatives.

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.

Feb 21 2020

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Rank #8: Martin Yate on Making a Career Change

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SHRM's Tony Lee is joined by Martin Yate, a New York Times best-selling author, a frequent contributor to SHRM.org, a former HR professional, and the owner and proprietor of Knock Em Dead—a resume writing and career coaching service. Tony and Martin discuss why people have difficulties writing resumes, prioritizing which jobs to apply for, how to break into human resources with no experience or when transitioning from another field, and how to turn the tables on a poor interviewer while still making a positive impression.

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.

Apr 15 2019

19mins

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Rank #9: Chris Cancialosi on Imparting Knowledge to Younger Workers

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SHRM's Tony Lee is joined by Chris Cancialosi, a partner and founder of gothamCulture, and a former battalion operations officer and Black Hawk helicopter pilot in the U.S. Army. Tony and Chris discuss imparting knowledge to younger workers, viewing knowledge as intellectual capital, the variables to consider when preparing for a transition in a company, pre-emptive knowledge transfers and what Chris’ deployment to Iraq taught him about the process of transferring knowledge.

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

Mar 06 2019

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Rank #10: JoDee Curtis and Susan White on Employee Mobility

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SHRM’s Tony Lee is joined by employment mavens JoDee Curtis and Susan White to discuss the shift in employees’ willingness to relocate for their jobs. Historically, relocation was accepted as part and parcel to having a career, but in recent years, paid employee relocations have fallen. Likewise, approximately half of all workers in the U.S. are saying that they are not willing to move for their professions. Listen to hear their analysis of the forces behind this new “stay put” mentality, whether we can expect it to continue in the foreseeable future and what companies can do to facilitate talent relocation when it’s needed.

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.

Jan 10 2020

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Rob Chesnut on Business Integrity

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In the face of a public health crisis and a renewed focus on racial inequities, the bedrock question on the minds of businesses everywhere is, “How do we make sure we’re doing the right thing for our employees, our customers and ultimately, society as a whole?” To help answer this question is Rob Chesnut. Rob is an attorney with a storied career helping organizations such as eBay and Airbnb do what they say they’re going to do with integrity. On this episode of SHRM’s All Things Work podcast, hear Rob talk with host Tony Lee about companies’ responsibilities as ethical actors during difficult times.

Rob will also be a featured guest on SHRM’s Tune in Tuesday episode on August 11. Please click here to register. https://tuneintuesdays.shrm.org/

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.

Jul 22 2020

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Tom Spiggle and Natalie McLaughlin on Age Discrimination During the Pandemic

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SHRM’s All Things Work podcast continues to provide coverage of how the world of work is responding to the pandemic. In addition to being more susceptible to contracting COVID-19, older workers face a number of challenges that contribute to their likelihood of being laid off from their jobs. In this episode, we discuss the experiences of older workers and how the pandemic and accompanying economic downturn is producing murky circumstances where older workers are more likely to suspect and raise claims of age discrimination following layoffs. Tom Spiggle and Natalie McLaughlin are attorneys who specialize in representing employees and employers respectively. Hear Tom and Natalie talk through a number of employment scenarios with host Tony Lee about what does and doesn’t constitute age discrimination in the age of COVID.

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.

Jul 17 2020

28mins

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Steve Browne on HR Rising

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On this episode of SHRM’s All Things Work podcast, host Tony Lee is joined by Steve Browne. Steve is vice president of HR for LaRosa’s Pizzeria, a pizza restaurant chain with 66 locations serving communities in Ohio, Tennessee and Kentucky. Steve is an elected member of SHRM’s Board of Directors as well as an author in the field of human resources and recently published his second book in the HR space, HR Rising: From Ownership to Leadership. Listen in in to hear Tony talk with Steve about his bold challenge to the HR profession in HR Rising and other key themes in the book.

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.

Jul 14 2020

18mins

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Sean Woodroffe on Managing Teams During the Pandemic

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SHRM’s All Things Work podcast continues to bring you coverage of how the world of work is responding during the era of COVID. This time, we’re looking at how employers are managing and engaging their teams during the pandemic and turn our attention to one specific employer, TIAA, a global financial services company. Sean Woodroffe is TIAA’s Chief Human Resource Officer, leading a team of 400 HR professionals who work to meet the HR needs of TIAA’s 117,000 employees worldwide. Host Tony Lee talks with Sean on a number of topics including TIAA’s response to the pandemic, how Sean has managed his team, as well as his advice to HR professionals facing tough return-to-work questions.

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.

Jun 11 2020

19mins

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Dr. John Whyte on Helping Employees Return to Work

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SHRM’s All Things Work podcast provides continuing coverage of how the world of work is responding to the pandemic. This episode explores the many ways the workplace will be different moving forward. Joining All Thing Work host Tony Lee is Dr. John Whyte, WebMD’s Chief Medical Officer. John shares his views on a number of critical issues, including the CDC’s return-to-work guidelines, the remarkable expansion of paid sick leave and his advice to companies with employees who are scared about returning to work.

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.

May 29 2020

23mins

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Steve Bates on the Critical Role of IT During the Pandemic

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SHRM’s All Things Work podcast is continuing coverage of how the world of work is responding to the pandemic. In this episode, we’re turning our attention to the critical role of IT during the crisis. While stay-at-home orders have brought so much work to a standstill, we can only imagine how much worse the economic slowdown would be if it weren’t for IT systems and the professionals responsible for keeping those systems running. In this episode, host Tony Lee is joined by Steve Bates of KPMG. Steve heads KPMG’s CIO Chief Center of Excellence and shares his vantage point of what it looks like for a company with 219,000 employees worldwide to go completely remote almost overnight. Hear Tony and Steve discuss the responses and lessons learned from IT departments both large and small, as well their thoughts on the future shape of IT as companies embrace remote work while also taking steps to return to the workplace.

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.

May 08 2020

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Michael and Katie Stallard on Maintaining Social Connection While Working Remotely

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Last time on SHRM’s All Things Work podcast, we discussed how businesses can successfully implement remote work during the COVID-19 pandemic. This time, we’re turning our attention to employees’ experience of remote work and its accompanying feelings of isolation and loneliness. In this week’s episode, host Tony Lee is joined by Michael and Katie Stallard to discuss the isolating nature of remote work and solutions employees can take to stay well in this new, unprecedented era of work. Mike and Katie are a husband and wife team who have been studying the impact of personal connection in the workplace since 2002 and recently recently wrote a great article for LinkedIn on Why Relational Connection Is So Important During the Coronavirus Pandemic. Listen to hear them talk with Tony to unpack big questions such as, “How can employees successfully adapt to working from home?” and “Can video conferencing tools really replace the experience of being with someone?”

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.

Mar 31 2020

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Mari Anne Snow on Remote Work During COVID-19

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The coronavirus pandemic is upending work for everyone all across the globe. To prevent the virus from spreading at the workplace, more and more organizations are turning to remote work as a necessary step to continue their day-to-day operations. This unpredicted new reality represents uncharted territory for many organizations and people managers accustomed to having their employees onsite, raising questions such as, “How do I know my workers are actually working?”, “Do my employees have the tools they to do their jobs remotely?” and “What impact does remote work have on my people’s productivity?”. In this episode of SHRM’s All Things Work podcast, host Tony Lee talks with remote work expert Mari Anne Snow to answer these questions and more to provide you with practical steps you can take to successfully implement and manage remote work at your organization.

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.

Mar 18 2020

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Lisa Nagele-Piazza on Marijuana in the Workplace

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With recreational and medical use of marijuana now legal in over 30 states, pot use has emerged as a complicated topic that raises many thorny questions for both employers and employees: Should employers still test for it? If so, what are the circumstances that they should? What sorts of accommodations should employers make for what sorts of employees? Here to answer these questions and many more is SHRM’s own Lisa Nagele-Piazza. Lisa is SHRM Online's Senior Legal Editor, covering federal, state and local employment law developments. She closely follows marijuana legislation at the state level and its impact on the workplace, as well as drug testing rules. In this episode of SHRM’s All Things Work podcast, hear Lisa talk with host Tony Lee and provide a comprehensive overview of what employers are and aren’t doing and are doing when it comes to pot, as well as their thoughts on what the future holds for marijuana in the workplace.

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.

Mar 15 2020

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Technical Dystopia with Dan Schawbel

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Automation and its impact on work is no longer in a far off future: It’s arriving now. Technology’s increasing ability to complete tasks previously performed by humans is projected to yield a higher quality of life with shorter work weeks and more free time. But the dark side of automation could be a technical dystopia that will impact not only how we work, but who gets to work at all. Nearly 40% of all U.S. jobs are currently in occupations that could shrink between now and 2030 because of the automation of routine and physical tasks. In this episode of SHRM’s All Things Work podcast, host Tony Lee and New York Times best-selling author Dan Schawbel (Back to Human, Promote Yourself, Me 2.0) take on big questions such as potential populist outrage at job elimination and employers’ responsibility to their workers whose jobs stand to be eliminated by automation.

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.

Mar 12 2020

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Andrew Barnes on the 4 Day Work Week

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Andrew Barnes is the author of The 4 Day Week where he makes the case that businesses can shorten the traditional five day working week while maintaining peak productivity and employees’ existing rates of pay. The result, according to Andrew, is a future in which we work less, but are both more productive and satisfied. In this episode of SHRM’s All Things Work podcast, Andrew talks with host Tony Lee about the steps he took to successfully implement the four-day week at his own company and what the change has meant to his 240 employees.

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.

Mar 07 2020

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Wendi Safstrom on the Role of the SHRM Foundation

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In her role as Executive Director of the SHRM Foundation, Wendi Safstrom leads the strategy and programmatic implementations that support the Foundation’s mission and vision. In this episode of SHRM’s All Things Work podcast, Wendi joins host Tony Lee to discuss the Foundation’s goal of elevating the HR profession as a method to drive social change by its promoting employment opportunities for workers in untapped talent pools, such as veterans, those with criminal records and individuals with disabilities. She also details the Foundation’s efforts to foster the next generation of HR by providing resources to students and recent grads. 

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.

Mar 06 2020

19mins

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Jaime Fall on Employer-Driven Upskilling

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Jaime Fall is the Director of UpSkill America at the Aspen Institute, which is an employer-led movement to expand opportunities for workers who need help advancing their careers and moving into better-paying jobs. In this episode of SHRM’s All Things Work podcast, Jaime joins host Tony Lee to discuss the practice of upskilling and its benefits for both employers and employees. He also shares examples of companies’ various upskilling initiatives.

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.

Feb 21 2020

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Reid Walsh on Elevating Public Sector Employment in Pennsylvania

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Reid Walsh serves as the Deputy Secretary for Human Resources and Management for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. In this episode of SHRM’s All Things Work podcast, Reid joins host Tony Lee to discuss her work in helping shape the future of public employment. Listen to hear about the initiatives she’s led to modernize hiring processes at the state level that are both bringing in more qualified candidates and attracting millennials to Pennsylvania’s public sector jobs.

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.

Feb 14 2020

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Kyle Welch on the Value of Whistleblowers

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Kyle Welch is an assistant professor of accountancy at The George Washington University. He’s also a published academic researcher studying internal whistleblowing: the practice of employees reporting suspected illegal activity or misconduct up the chain of command. In this episode of SHRM’s All Things Work podcast, host Tony Lee learns firsthand what Kyle discovered after analyzing over 2 million reports. (Spoiler alert, the results are pretty counterintuitive.) They also discuss Kyle’s findings regarding the #MeToo movement’s impact on employees feeling more emboldened to report improper behavior at work.

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.

Jan 31 2020

22mins

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Steve Miller Talks Employer-Offered Student Loan Benefits

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In this episode of SHRM’s All Things Work podcast, Tony Lee is joined by SHRM digital editor Steve Miller who oversees SHRM’s online compensation and benefits-related content. College graduates are entering the workforce with substantial amounts of student loan debt, but there’s a growing trend of companies beginning to offer debt repayment assistance as an employee benefit. Listen in to hear Tony and Steve discuss what’s driving this trend and learn about a broad range of student loan benefits that are being implemented by various employers.

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.

Jan 24 2020

13mins

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Heather Younger on Cultivating Employee Loyalty

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In this episode of SHRM’s All Things Work podcast, Tony Lee is joined by Heather Younger. Heather is an author and motivational speaker who works to help employers understand the connection between their employees’ loyalty and their ability to achieve big picture goals. Tony and Heather discuss cultivating employee loyalty as an approach available to companies to guard against turnover and economy-wide talent shortages. Heather also shares her perspectives on how companies can hire managers that actually encourage loyalty among their employees and the role of emotions in shaping employees’ allegiance.

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.

Jan 15 2020

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JoDee Curtis and Susan White on Employee Mobility

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SHRM’s Tony Lee is joined by employment mavens JoDee Curtis and Susan White to discuss the shift in employees’ willingness to relocate for their jobs. Historically, relocation was accepted as part and parcel to having a career, but in recent years, paid employee relocations have fallen. Likewise, approximately half of all workers in the U.S. are saying that they are not willing to move for their professions. Listen to hear their analysis of the forces behind this new “stay put” mentality, whether we can expect it to continue in the foreseeable future and what companies can do to facilitate talent relocation when it’s needed.

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.

Jan 10 2020

15mins

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Peter Weddle on Employer Responsibility

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SHRM’s Tony Lee is joined by Peter Weddle, an author and speaker on employment and success at work. Peter is the CEO of TAtech.org, which is the association of technology providers for the talent acquisition industry. He is the author of a range of books on employment and has been a columnist for The Wall Street Journal, National Business Employment Weekly and CNN.com Tony and Peter discuss the movement to hold companies more accountable with regards to how they treat their employees, customers and communities. Likewise, employees are expecting more of their companies than just profitability, and it’s impacting whether employees stay or go. Listen as Tony and Peter weigh in on whether companies’ increased global stewardship is likely to extend to the foreseeable future or reverse course as employers automate more and more labor.

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Jan 03 2020

11mins

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Steve Browne on Workplace Loneliness and "HR On Purpose"

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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.

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Jul 10 2019

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Great podcast full of insights as I search for HR work

By Mister_Redbeard - Mar 12 2020
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So many insights and experiences on this podcast that have helped me gain a window into the HR world.

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By chi-town Pete - Oct 08 2019
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Would really love to hear more from you!