In this episode, we will discuss the necessary elements to deploy and maintain an effective referral program. The world of recruiting quality talent has changed with the growth of social networking and crowdsourcing, providing new ways to engage employees as company ambassadors. We will explore technology, effective reward systems, and how to create a successful program that provides automation, scalability, and long-term success.
In this episode, we are joined by Julie Jeannotte from Workleap. We discuss the evolving topic of performance management, specifically through the lens of transitioning to a continuous performance cycle. We address the challenges linked to traditional performance management and illustrate how it can be enhanced with a continuous and agile approach.
In this episode, we are joined by Keith Goode, Vice President of Client Services with ZeroedIn Technologies. We dive into how to gather actionable and sustainable data that can be used to improve business operations. We cover what to consider, areas of data, and how to balance fundamental basics with the newest technologies available.
In this episode, we are joined by Mateo Cavasotto, CEO and Co-founder of Emi, to discuss frontline employees. We will explain the DNA and behaviors of this workforce segment, as well as how to improve the recruitment, hiring, and onboarding of deskless workers in today’s world of work.
This is an encore podcast presentation previously aired on August 19, 2022. It's no secret that traditional hiring processes can be lengthy and often expensive, yet many organizations continue to rely on them. Even though they don’t necessarily work. In this podcast, we'll take a look at some of the reasons why traditional hiring practices are ineffective for hiring leaders and offer ways to streamline the process and find the best candidates in an ever-evolving work landscape.
This is an encore podcast presentation previously aired on January 6, 2023. For the past few years, inflation has gripped the economy. Previously unstoppable tech companies are reeling from recent layoffs. And other industries are tightening their belts, as a recession now seems unavoidable. It takes a lot for company leaders to manage through this type of uncertainty.
Strategies that helped organizations thrive under different circumstances are no longer relevant. But during lean times, companies need to preserve what’s valuable and unique about their organization. A question that is top of mind for most business leaders is how they can do this seamlessly and with conviction to assure employees and customers that business is still of the utmost importance.
In this episode, we are joined by Thomas Kunjappu, CEO and Co-founder of Cleary. Thomas and Meghan discuss how scaling companies can approach the Employee Experience as it relates to the people, tactics, and resources necessary to ensure employees are engaged and contributing to a positive company culture.
This is an encore presentation from a previously aired episode from July 8, 2022. Gamification is not exactly new, but it certainly holds potential for workplaces in the future. Gamification is essential if we want to have any success at work as it can bring teams together and help build camaraderie in the workplace. Further, it can build morale and increase productivity along with creating stronger ties to the mission and values of an organization. Gamification brings pieces from games into situations that weren’t meant to be a game, adding an element of excitement and engagement.
This episode features Daniel Callaghan, CEO of Veremark, as we dive into the critical importance of trust in the workplace. This multi-faceted discussion covers how and why building trust can reap the vast benefits of positive relationships, better communication among colleagues, increased job satisfaction, improved productivity, reduced turnover rate and therefore lower costs associated with onboarding. We discuss how fairness is fundamental to building a trust-driven organizational culture, and how to foster a collaborative environment built on relational trust. And to learn more about how to build trust in the workplace, get your free eBook on best practices from Veremark.
This is an encore presentation from a previously aired episode from May 13, 2022. Mentorship programs continue to be a great way to develop employees' skills and help them grow in their careers. Many companies offer mentorship programs, but not all of them make the most of these opportunities and some are not sure how to implement and gauge for success. In this podcast, we explore the benefits of mentorship programs and how to ensure your company's program is successful. We'll also look at some examples of successful mentorship programs and what we can learn from them.
This is an encore presentation from a previously aired episode about people science from November 18, 2022. For years, organizations have invested heavily in programs designed to improve employee engagement and work performance. But despite good intentions, too many of these endeavors have fallen short. Now, some companies are turning to people science and coaching as a solution. Gone are the days when people-driven decisions were made on hunches and good intentions. Smart companies are leaning into using data to drive decisions and to lead their workforce.
In this episode, we are joined by Kudos COO Karim Punja to take a hard look at the business angle of employee recognition from someone who truly understands its ROI. Join us as we discuss how to create a budget for an employee recognition platform, how to communicate the value of employee recognition to senior leadership and others in the organization, how to use employee recognition programs to retain and attract new talent, and much more!
In today’s experience economy, consumers increasingly expect personalized products and services. Customization allows companies to better meet customers’ unique needs and desires. Join us as we explore the power of tailored offerings and how they can help businesses stand out. Our guest will provide insights into how his company is transforming its industry through personalization. This is a podcast you won’t want to miss if you are interested in how customization can invigorate business and customer relationships.
How can companies tap into the voice of employees, especially deskless workers, to shape a successful culture? Our guest discusses the importance of listening to frontline perspectives and how technology creates seamless communication exchanges between leadership and staff. Learn creative ways to implement flexible scheduling, better recognition programs, and increased engagement for non-desk employees. Discover how to select the right tools to break down barriers and actionably use employee feedback and improve engagement outcomes.
6What does it take to be a truly great manager that people want to work for? In this podcast, discover the meaning of “servant leadership” and the tools found in a manager’s toolbox. We’ll also explore trends in leadership development, training, and preparing the next generation for management roles. Whether you’re new to management or a seasoned leader, this podcast offers invaluable wisdom from an expert.
In today's rapidly changing work environment, companies face the challenge of ensuring they have the right talent to meet their evolving needs. To build a resilient workforce, organizations can tap into flexible, remote workers with specialized skills. This allows companies to scale up or down more nimbly. In this podcast, we explore strategies for leveraging a flexible, remote workforce to build organizational resilience.
Employee perks are a great way for companies to show appreciation and gratitude and enforce their employer brand's power. Perks are more than just the customary items that satisfy the mainstream. Today's employee perks are designed to help employers address the financial, mental, and physical wellbeing of employees and their families by offering everything from entertainment, travel, food, and gym memberships to car oil changes and pet care. Most are self-service, taking the administrative strain of managing a program of this nature off of the benefits officer and allowing it to be managed by the employee. Additionally, the financial advantage of providing employees with more affordable access to options can create long-lasting goodwill.
In today's rapidly evolving work landscape, understanding the dynamics of the modern workplace is more crucial than ever. Recognizing that today’s workforce is composed of multiple generations at varying stages of life is critical to both the wellbeing of the employee and employer. Topics like remote work personalization, employee engagement and wellbeing, all directly impact productivity and business success. Smart companies understand that it takes everyone in an organization to make the company successful with employees being one of the greatest assets worth protecting.
This episode focuses on a less-talked-about yet significant influence on the dynamics of your workforce - menopause. It often impacts employees silently but significantly, affecting their performance and wellbeing.
Join us as we discuss this topic in depth with a specialist in human resources. They'll share how organizations can adopt a more empathetic and understanding approach, recognizing the unique challenges menopause brings for your employees. Learn how to foster a work environment that is cognizant of this phase in an employee's life, ensuring a supportive space that boosts overall productivity and engagement.
In today's dynamic work environment, employee rewards and recognition programs play a vital role in fostering a positive organizational culture. When implemented effectively, these programs can lead to increased engagement, satisfaction, and overall performance. In this podcast, we explore how the right employee rewards and recognition programs are changing the way organizations approach their workplace culture.
We're excited to welcome Shireen El-Maissi from Blueboard as our guest speaker. Shireen brings with her a wealth of knowledge and experience in human resources, talent acquisition, and employee development. Listeners will gain valuable insights on creating and maintaining successful rewards and recognition programs that can transform their company culture for the better.
In today's rapidly evolving world of technology, Generative AI has risen to the forefront, bringing with it the potential for incredible productivity and creativity gains. But as with any major advancement, there are also concerns and potential consequences. In this podcast, we'll be exploring the world of generative AI, its potential impact on the workforce, and how we can navigate both the opportunities and challenges it presents.
We're excited to have Todd Maycunich, a thought leader in the AI space and a key figure at Radancy Labs, joining us to share his valuable insights on this topic. Listeners will gain a deeper understanding of generative AI and its implications, empowering them to make informed decisions in their own organizations and careers.
In today's workplace, there are often two types of employees: those who make noise and demand attention and those who quietly excel at their work without much recognition. But is it fair to judge an employee's value based on their visibility or vocalization?
In this podcast we dive into this topic with a human resources expert, who will share how organizations can create a more people-centric approach to their structure, focusing on the unique strengths and values each employee brings to the table. Listeners will gain valuable knowledge on how to create a workplace that values both the squeaky wheels and silent geniuses, ultimately leading to a more engaged and productive team.
In an age of "deskless" workers, the employee experience is more important than ever. Companies are realizing that the way they design and cultivate their employee experiences can have a lasting impact on productivity, morale, and even the bottom line. From creating a welcoming workspace to providing meaningful feedback and recognition, companies can make sure that their employees are engaged and have a positive experience. In this podcast, we talk to an expert on workforce management and engagement to learn how companies can create an employee experience that lasts.
Retaining today's employees for the long-term is a top priority for most businesses. Without a motivated and committed workforce, it can be difficult to achieve success in an increasingly evolving marketplace. However, retention is only one part of the equation. Training, developing and engaging employees is essential to keeping them on board. By providing meaningful learning experiences, companies can ensure that their staff have the skills and knowledge they need to succeed.
In this episode, we discuss with a leading leadership company the importance of employee development and how businesses can make training an integral part of their culture. We also explore some of the best practices for effective learning and development programs and how to start implementing them in your organization. Finally, we provide actionable steps businesses can take to make training a priority and ensure employees are engaged, motivated, and successful.
Employee Appreciation Day - does your company celebrate it? Do you spend time recognizing and thanking your employees? In this episode, we talk about how Employee Appreciation Day at Workhuman has become a key part of their culture, how it helps build relationships and engagement, and what other companies can learn from the example.