We all want and need to make great hires. Today’s guest reveals two vital secrets that will better the odds for any organization. Chad Fife, the VP of Marketing at Talview and a veteran team-builder, gets candid about finding talent that fits, setting clear expectations, and why some hires thrive while others don’t.
Companies waste $7 trillion a year on lost output due to employees being overloaded by different tasks and applications. Systems have an incredible impact on employee engagement, yet we’re piling on more apps, tasks and obstacles to getting our work done. Calvin Hsu at Citrix talks about a powerful solution that’s radically changing how we work.
The workplace is changing so fast we can hardly keep pace — and that’s left some companies lagging behind. What we need is a will to transform into a new kind of organization, where technology enables leadership, inspires innovation, and drives amazing team performance. Patrick Antrim, former NY Yankee and now CEO of Multifamily Leadership, talks about how leaders are sparking amazing innovation, inspiring the next generation of employees and engaging new customers — by turning to tech.
You probably hear a lot of buzz about diversity and inclusion. But for many years, our D&I conversation has largely ignored one disempowered population: people with a criminal record. We interview Michelle Cirocco, chief responsibility officer at Televerde, about how we can all give people a second chance and create new opportunities for everyone.
Like it or not, we’re all connected — and in our tech-driven world, organizations have more of a global presence than ever before. This week, recruiter and Recruiting Brainfood curator Hung Lee joins #WorkTrends to take a look at the global state of work.
We now have six generations in the workforce, but ironically we have never had more ageism than we do now. As the week’s #WorkTrends guest notes, ageism affects everyone in the workplace, whether they’re sixteen or eighty-six. By the time you’re in your 40s, you will likely have experienced it. This week on #WorkTrends, host Meghan M. Biro talks to Vinay Singh about age discrimination in the workplace today, and why so many workers are feeling the impact.
Having an accessible workplace is not only the right thing to do, but it opens your organization up to an even wider candidate pool. This week on #WorkTrends, Meghan M. Biro speaks with Neil Milliken, the global head of accessibility, about making the office a great place for everyone.
We associate the business world with being cutthroat, but is that really how it should work? This week on #WorkTrends, Steve Farber joins us to talk about his newest book, “Love is Just Damn Good Business,” and why “love” should never be a four-letter word at your business.
It’s a turbulent world out there, but that doesn’t mean organizations should stand by and wait for the worst to happen. Eric McNulty, co-author of “You're It: Crisis, Change, and How to Lead When It Matters Most,” shares tips about leading organizations during times of crisis.
Your organization needs rockstars to thrive, but finding the candidates who will take your organizations from the backyard battle of the bands to sold-out arenas is more difficult than it looks. This week on #WorkTrends, host Meghan M. Biro talks to Fetcher cofounder Genevieve Jurvetson about how we can rethink talent acquisition, remove bias, and find candidates who will get your organization rocking.
While we all dream of working remotely, it’s not as easy as it sounds. James Lloyd, founder of Redox, joins us to discuss the challenges of managing an all-remote team and leading a distributed company.
Work doesn’t always suck — but sometimes, it really does. This week on #WorkTrends, Michael Brenner, author of “Mean People Suck: How Empathy Leads to Bigger Profits and a Better Life,” joins us to explain how empathy is the key to creating both a better workplace and a better life.
Are you minding the gap? The compliance gap, that is. Keeping up with regulations can be a real challenge, but there are a variety of solutions and best practices HR organizations can use to stay on top of everything they need to know. This week on #WorkTrends, host Meghan M. Biro talks about how organizations can stay on top of compliance issues with Poster Guard’s Shanna Wall.
The last few years have been challenging for HR leaders -- but it’s just the beginning. Meghan M. Biro interviews Brent Colescott, senior director of business strategy and transformation for SumTotal.
Change. Change. Change. Repeat. That’s the new normal for every organization. As HR leaders, how can we build teams that are resilient in the face of that constant change? Mark Stelzner says the biggest mistake we can make is stopping and waiting. In this interview, he tells Meghan M. Biro that HR should lead the way, updating the way our organizations work to survive and thrive in our new reality.
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.
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.
Every organization is on a journey to become more diverse and inclusive. What does that journey look like for you? Are you at the very beginning? Hitting a bend in the road? Today’s guests, Damon Klotz and Steven Huang, talk about how they think about diversity, inclusion, culture and their own journey at Culture Amp.
This week’s guest, Angela Hood, is passionate about building unbiased technology. What does that mean for hiring? Everything. Listen in for her interview about hiring, bias, and a better way to work with Meghan M. Biro.
The world is moving fast, but sometimes it feels like HR is still stuck in the past. How can we move HR forward to start solving the problems our businesses face today? Meghan M. Biro interviews HR pro Donna Scarola to get her take on how HR people could think more like marketers to reach their goals.
Meghan M. Biro interviews Dethra Giles, an executive coach and author, about how to take your career where you want it to go. Get her advice on how to learn new skills, eliminate the distractions that are holding you back, and excel in the changing world of work.
If you work in HR, are you a marketer? This week’s guest, Cynthia Johnson, says we’re ALL marketers -- for our employer but also for ourselves. The author of “Platform” gives us her advice on building a powerful personal brand (and why you should help your employees do the same).
If you work in HR, your job is to build a better experience for employees. But how do we really do that? And are our modern HR teams actually standing in our own way? Meghan M. Biro talks to longtime HR practitioner and problem solver Mary Faulkner.
In our increasingly digital candidate experience, we’re seeing more and more videos. So how do we keep a human touch in the hiring process? Meghan M. Biro talks to video pro Elena Valentine about the future of hiring and employer branding.
We all want to work at companies with positive cultures, but how do you really build one from scratch? Longtime HR leader Diane Adams tells the story of how she has transformed culture by building a culture roadmap, partnering with groups outside HR, and listening to employee feedback.