This week’s #WorkTrends guest is working to solve some of the biggest headaches we face in HR: benefits. Rachel Lyubovitzky calls benefits “the last frontier” in HR tech, and her team is out to fix it. This episode is sponsored by EverythingBenefits.
How do you go beyond the buzzwords about diversity and inclusion and actually build a workplace that welcomes everyone? We’re talking to SurveyMonkey CMO Leela Srinivasan about how the company has done it, and what they’re teaching other leaders about prioritizing diversity.
Fall conference season is right around the corner! We’re talking to HR Tech Conference co-chair Steve Boese about what YOU should have on your radar at HR Tech 2018, this September in Las Vegas.
When you think about your coworkers, what do you see? Do you picture mere objects who only exist to help you accomplish your goals, or do you see them as human beings? Author Kimberly White tells us why shifting out perspective on the people around us can have dramatic consequences for employee engagement, the quality of our relationships, and how we see the world.
In this interview, host Meghan M. Biro is talking to HR tech veteran and tilr founder Carisa Miklusak on how hiring is changing and what the future looks like for on-demand workers.
In this interview, author Whitney Johnson and host Meghan M. Biro think through how leaders can change the way they hire and manage talent to create an A-team. Get advice on building a company culture that’s based on constant learning and growth.
In this interview with Jack Coapman, chief strategy officer of the recruiting platform gr8 people, we’re talking about what’s next in talent acquisition. How will tech power more efficient recruiting and a better candidate experience?
Host Meghan M. Biro digs into new data about the state of HR with Paychex experts Cory May and Leah Machado.
In this interview with onboarding evangelist Jess Von Bank from Click Boarding, host Meghan M. Biro asks about how the employee experience is changing and how talent acquisition teams and hiring managers can work together to create a better onboarding process.
In this interview with LinkedIn’s Senior Director of Insights Kate Hastings, Meghan M. Biro asks about how HR is using people data to eliminate bias, close the gender gap, and drive better outcomes.
In this interview with Bianca Lager, President of social media screening company Social Intelligence, we’re talking about the future of background checks and what employers need to know about all the candidate data that’s available online.
In this interview with talent pro and blogger Tim Sackett, Meghan M. Biro asks how leaders can work together to make talent acquisition better.
In this interview with Anna Ott, head of HR tech startups for UNLEASH, we’re talking about the future of work and how technology will move us forward. Find out what new categories and tools she has her eye on.
In this interview with HR and leadership advisor Dawn Burke, Meghan M. Biro asks about the new face of HR, what’s surprising about working in HR, and what every leader needs to know about building a culture of connection.
In this interview with author and consultant Jacqueline Carter, Meghan M. Biro asks about how we can all be less distracted and more focused, how leaders can bring mindfulness to their teams, and why mindfulness matters.
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.
What tech will change the way we do business? And how is the tech industry changing (slowly) to bring in more diverse perspectives? Meghan M. Biro interviews Women Who Tech founder Allyson Kapin to talk all things modern tech.
What’s the last book you read? Laurie Ruettimann is on #WorkTrends this week to talk about her new project, #HRBookClub, and why she’s convinced that every leader needs to read more.
Let’s be honest, we don’t check our emotions at the door when we start work every day. But most of us aren’t very tuned into our emotions. EQ coach Valerie Sargent shares how teams and leaders can work together to build their EQ and improve workplace culture.
Why should leaders care whether employees have fun at work? And how can you build fun into your organization’s culture? This week, Meghan talks to “the godfather of fun,” Nick Gianoulis, about how to create shared experiences among employees, how to follow the laws of fun, and how to incorporate fun without breaking the bank.
Gravitas has become the newest “it” factor in separating oneself from the pack. People with gravitas stand up, stand out and simply STAND when others may crumble or hide.
As you take stock of your professional brand, ask yourself, “do people take me seriously or do I sabotage myself?” Do you need to bump-up your “cred” in order to move things forward in your professional life?
On Wednesday, May 31 at 1pm ET #WorkTrends host Meghan M. Biro and special guest Deborah Thomas will be discussing what distinguishes someone with gravitas from someone who lacks it.