Our guest in episode 307 is Hassan Farooqi, Director of Learning and Development, North America for OSL Retail Services. Listen as we ask what performance looks like in the retail industry today and how has measuring and developing retail-sector employees changed during the pandemic?
In this episode, we get an HR association leader’s take on the needs and experiences of HR pros. Hear too, about what a return to the office means for the HR department’s workload. The guest in #306 is Rafael Rivera, CEO at the Professionals In Human Resources Association (PIHRA) – an affiliate of SHRM with 5000+ members.
In HRchat episode 305, we consider tech that gives hourly workers the flexibility to receive their pay sooner so they don’t have to take out high-interest payday loans or pay overdraft fees just to get by.
In this HRchat, Bill talks with Russell Robinson, EdD, Founder at Amplified Research & Consulting and Senior Training & Engagement Advisor at the U.S. Federal Government. Russell reflects on his recent presentation at InnovateWork in which he shared his experiences of why a ‘voice culture’ is needed now more than ever and the dangers of remaining silent in the workplace.
In HRchat 302, we hear from Vinay Johar, CEO at RChilli, a tool for providing parsing, matching, and enrichment to recruitment management systems; making sure that resume data is captured, managed, and analyzed in proficient ways.
In HRchat episode 301, we consider the tools and resources needed to ensure successful L&D and workforce planning initiatives. Listen as we also chat about what it takes for HR to foster an environment that successfully elevates employee wellbeing and career development. Bill is joined this time by Phil Harrington, Chairman and CEO and Dr. Spencer Niles, Senior Vice President, Career Planning and Development at Kuder, a career guidance solutions provider.
Today, we released HRchat episode 300! You know, back in 2016 when we started the podcast I would have thought you were kidding if you’d told me we’d reach such a huge milestone. More so given the caliber of guests and the depth of conversations we’ve had. The HRchat podcast has given me and guest […]
In HRchat episode 299, we delve into ways management consulting, coaching, and leadership development can inspire stakeholders and unlock the potential of systems to drive sustained breakthrough business performance.
The last year has completely changed the workforce, especially as so many of us have transitioned to work from home and now are looking to transition back into the office. With so many changes in such a short time, it’s natural that organizational culture would falter.
Today’s guest believes “this needs to change if organizations want to be forward-proof and prosperous”. Rupert Morrison is CEO of orgvue, a global HR and organizational planning company that believes that the brightest business leaders need to “design for disruption and turn it into a competitive advantage”.