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
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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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: What It Means to Be Agile: Collaborative Teams, Cohesive Environments and Transparency feat. Dan Van De Voorde, SHRM-CP.
Callie talks to Dan Van De Voorde about his experience working in an agile organization, failing fast and moving on and staying on top of your game. Dan, "The Rare Millennial," gives the audience a look at his career thus far and describes how working outside of HR helped him cultivate his unique perspective as an HR pro.
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: Swimming With a Shark: Barbara Corcoran Talks Strategies for Workplace Transformation.
Guest: Barbara Corcoran, founder of The Corcoran Group and investor on ABC’s Shark Tank A typical organization has undergone five major companywide changes in the past three years, according to Gartner, with nearly 75% expecting more transformation in the future. Even workforce demographics have recently changed, shifting to a millennial and Gen Z majority. How can HR use available resources to overcome these challenges and lead their organizations to business success? To answer, HR Break Room welcomes Barbara Corcoran, world-renowned investor, host of the Business Unusual podcast and bestselling author of Shark Tales: How I Turned $1,000 into a Billion Dollar Business. In this episode, Corcoran discusses: tips and recommendations for leading effective organizational change and creating an engaging employee experience the critical role communication plays in fostering a workplace culture prepared for transformation how members of today’s multigenerational workforce want the same self-service technology at work that they use in their personal lives how HR can use the opportunity presented by the digital transformation to emerge as strategic leaders Click here to learn more about Paycom’s newest communication tool, Ask HereTM, or visit us at booth #3121 during the HR Technology Conference in Las Vegas, Oct. 1-4.
Rank #2: Instilling Loyalty: How HR Influences the Employee Life Cycle .
Guest: Trish McFarlane, co-host of the HR Happy Hour podcast The nature of work continues to change at a rapid pace. HR has the unique opportunity to build and influence relationships with members of their workforce, from the onboarding process and continuing through the entire employee life cycle. In this HR Break Room conversation, host Caleb Masters and Paycom HR manager Chanse Moucka are joined by HR Happy Hour co-host Trish McFarlane to discuss: the role HR can play in influencing the experience of employees throughout their life cycle how technology has reshaped the expectations of the workforce over the last 20 years the importance of creating a positive, flexible work environment for millennial and Generation Z employees Learn more about how technology can empower your workforce by reading our How Self-Service Tech Boosts Employee Experience 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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HR Works provides clear, relevant, actionable information on topics that matter to human resources (HR) professionals
Rank #1: HR Works (E45): How to Communicate and Influence Others at Work.
The ability to influence others is perhaps the most important ingredient of leadership. Stacey Hanke, a trainer, coach and mentor to C-suite executives, thinks that most leaders are not as influential as they think they are, and not as influential as they could be.In this interview, we explore her views as expressed in her newly published book, Influence Redefined: Be the Leader You Were Meant to Be, Monday to Monday®. and get her step-by-step method for improving the ideal form of influence—influence that moves people to action long after an interaction is over.
Rank #2: HR Works (Episode 3): Supporting Business Strategy as an HR Department of One.
How can an HR department of one support their organization's strategic goals while keeping up with the administrative functions and day-to-day activities? Our guest, Diane Breeding, PHR, SHRM-CP, HR Manager for Edwards Moving & Rigging (KY), does just that--and she gladly shares her experiences to inspire other human resources managers (just don't call her a 'Lone Ranger' of HR).
The ‘HR Over Coffee’ podcast will focus on compelling and timely HR topics like how to hire, manage and terminate employees.
Rank #1: Steps to Successful Employee Communication.
00:05 Communication is the real work of leadership. And that doesn’t apply only to Fortune 500 companies. No matter the size of the organization, effective managers must be strong communicators to inspire and lead their teams. 00:56 Understand that whether you realize it or not, you’re always communicating. Your office environment, corporate culture, and treatment […]
Rank #2: How to Deliver Negative Feedback Fairly and Effectively.
0:02 How to Deliver Negative Feedback Fairly and Effectively. 0:07 As a manager, you may find yourself avoiding these conversations in an effort to spare employees’ feelings. 0:44 You aren’t doing your employee any favors by withholding constructive criticism about where he or she needs to improve. 1:03 Provide constructive feedback regularly, rather than waiting […]
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: Sabrina Baker on Veteran Hiring.
Sabrina Baker @SabrinaLBaker HR Consultant at Acacia HR Solutions drops by @DriveThruHR to talk about Veteran HiringDriveThruHR 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
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.
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: The Human Friendly Workplace 4 - Transforming Employee Experience at Vistaprint.
m5pi5b2sThe Human Friendly Workplace 4 - Transforming Employee Experience at VistaprintHost: Jason LauritsenGuest: Colleen Fuller, Head of Talent and Experience Transformation at VistaprintWhen do you know that you need to do something different with performance management in your organization? What would happen in your organization if you stopped doing the performance appraisal and traditional 360 feedback altogether?“We sat down and started having real conversations with people. When you engage different groups of people you can learn so much.” - Colleen FullerIn today’s episode, Jason interviews Colleen Fuller from Vistaprint. There are many people talking about employee experience these days, Colleen and her team are actually doing it.“What would good look like?” was a question that Colleen and her team started asking a lot. During today’s conversation with Jason, Colleen explains how they blew up their performance management, ratings system, and 360 process to create a feedback system that is working for both management and employees. In the discussion, Colleen shares how they applied the tools of Agile development in HR to drive success. Listeners will learn why today’s workforce is not a one size fits all and how listening to the employees and creating real conversations is the way to creating a human-friendly workplace culture.Today’s episode is being powered by Small Improvements.Subscribe to all the HR Happy Hour Podcast Network shows wherever you get your podcastsm5pi5b2s
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.
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Rank #1: 06 Conflict Resolution with Melinda Stallings.
John and guest, Melinda Stallings, discuss The Power Of Positive Conflict Resolution Episode six is packed with positive energy as Melinda explains her proven, practical, simple 8-step approach that could increase productivity, reduce negativity and increase morale. Melinda says, “If you can spell the word POSITIVE, you have the tools at your fingertips”. How would you[...]
Rank #2: 29 Find The Fire with Guest, Scott Mautz.
In episode 29 of the Hire Up Podcast, John interviews Scott Mautz, the CEO of Profound Performance – a keynote, workshop, coaching, and online training company that helps you “Work, Lead, & Live Fulfilled”. He is also a Procter & Gamble veteran who ran several of the company’s largest multi-billion dollar businesses, including their single[...]
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: Candidate Experience: Take Time To Get It Right.
Candidate experience can make…or break…your organization’s relationships with people, and its ability to attract, engage and retain top performing folks. The notion that candidate experience means treating people exceptionally well simply doesn’t cut it. If you’ve ever applied for a job and received no response from a potential employer, you likely know how it felt to be left hanging, as if your application materials fell into a dark hole. People want to be informed, regardless if they’re considered for the job or not. They might feel forgotten, but they certainly won’t forget about the bad experience they had with your company. Candidate experience sends a loud alert about what it’s like to be part of your team. Word of mouth makes maintaining good rapport and offering multiple methods of communication crucial to your organization’s future business success. Do what’s necessary, even if it means more time and effort, to make certain the message being sent is a good one.To learn more about IBM please visit: http://www.ibm.com/watson/talent/
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.
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: 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.
Rank #2: Cracking the Code to Great Culture.
Culture. Everybody agrees that it’s important and yet, it’s so rare to find a workplace that gets it right. This week, Xenium’s Tyler Meuwissen and Brandon Laws are discussing the highlights of Culture Code: The Secrets of Highly Successful Groups. From building a safe space to sharing vulnerability to establishing purpose, they’ll break down the essentials that pave the way for an effective workplace culture. Email Brandon.Laws@xeniumhr.com How to Support this Show: Subscribe on your favorite podcast app (iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, Spotify, etc.) 5-Star Review 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, LinkedIn and Instagram Learn more about Xenium HR at xeniumhr.com Connect with Tyler on LinkedIn or Twitter
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: Family Rights at Work: Episode 3 Maternity & Adoption Leave & Pay Additional Considerations.
Employee Rights: Some Additional Considerations This is a mini series focusing on family rights at work and the considerations which apply with regards to employees who are parents/will be parents. In this third episode in the series I round off with some final information employers will need to know with regards to employees who take maternity or adoption leave. In this episode I will cover: What you need to consider and be aware of with regards to redundancy. Why you must offer a suitable alternative vacancy to an employee on maternity or adoption leave first. What happens to an employee's holiday entitlement when they are on maternity or adoption leave. Why it is important to include details about holiday in a contract or policy. The additional protection from detriment that employees have when taking maternity or adoption leave. The additional protection from dismissal because of exercising or intending to exercise the right to take maternity or adoption leave. Recovery of statutory maternity and adoption pay via HMRC. Action Points Ensure you include the details of any holiday requirements for employees taking or about to take adoption or maternity leave in your contracts or holiday policy; Ensure your managers and staff understand that employees have protection from detrimental treatment because they are taking maternity or adoption leave; Seek advice if you have an unusual situation or you are not sure what to do. You can contact me by email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 023 8098 2006 or 01983 897003 if you would like to discuss. The Guardian Article The Employment Law & HR Podcast was recently featured in an article on the Guardian online. You can read the full article here Featured in:
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-41- Things That Make You Go "Hmmm" in Employment Law.
This episode looks at recent employment law developments that may make you go "hmmm": a 4-day workweek, outright bans on mandatory arbitration and office gossip, hairstyle as a protected characteristic, and an update on the new overtime rules.
Join Brenda Neckvatal in each podcast episode where she talks about current HR topics, news, and trends impacting businesses of all sizes. Best Practices provides a variety of Human Resource consulting services for businesses and individual Human Resource practitioners who need an experienced soundboard.
Rank #1: EP 23: Dealing with Disruptive Behavior.
Every business owner, operator, and HR professional runs into four common employee behaviors that take attention away from the daily needs of the company. In this episode, Brenda discusses what these are and how companies can address them to work towards putting attention back towards the business at hand.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Rank #2: EP 27: Top 5 Ways A Company Can Get Sued By Employees.
Curious on what are some of the most common ways employees can get their employers in hot water, and what to do about it? Listen in as Brenda identifies five practices in human resources that open the door for problems and tips on how to address them.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
You've been in the HR trenches for years. Now, are you ready to look toward the future? Join host, Meghan M Biro on the #WorkTrends podcast from TalentCulture as she talks about how work is changing. You'll get all the news you need to stay current, and hear from leading experts, HR tech vendors and HR practitioners about what inspires them. Join us on Twitter every Wednesday at 1:30 pm Eastern for a live chat using the hashtag #WorkTrends.
Rank #1: Your Fall Conference Season Primer: 9 HR Tech Vendors to Watch.
As fall conference season gets underway, you’re probably looking for a guide to all the HR tech vendors you’re about to start hearing from. In this special bonus episode of WorkTrends, we talk to leaders from 9 of the hottest HR tech companies to get the scoop on the problems they’re solving and the solutions they’re offering. Our interviews were recorded earlier this year at the HR Transform conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Rank #2: How to Give Your People Story a Heart.
In the Age of the Employee, your employer brand matters more than ever. Meghan M. Biro interviews agency founder Tiffany Sauder, who has found herself helping more and more clients tell their employer brand story.