In this interview with Sharlyn Lauby, we’re talking recruiting tips, how HR has changed, what it’s like to run a small business, and unretiring.
Lee Caraher had a problem. She was running a PR agency in San Francisco, and she couldn’t retain any young employees. She put in months of research to crack her millennial problem, and learned how to dramatically shift her culture to attract great talent. Learn from Lee’s experience on this episode of #WorkTrends.
Who has the best company culture of them all? This week on WorkTrends, Charlie Judy is here to tell us why we should stop asking that question. We’ll talk about how to understand your own unique company culture, avoid the comparison trap, and start building a better place to work.
The way we work has totally changed in just a generation. Lisa Prior grew up in a company town, at the end of an era. Now, we’re all working in what experts call “the new Hollywood model” -- coming together for projects and then disbanding. Lisa tells us why it’s crucial to build a depth of connection to help teams find meaning and build relationships.
What sets an organization apart from its competitors? It’s all about employee retention, which is tied directly to culture. Meghan M. Biro interviews William Vanderbloemen about his new book, “Culture Wins.” He interviewed more than 100 leaders at successful companies to find out why their employees stay and how they’ve built winning cultures.