HR Works Podcast: Can Your Leaders Be a Burnout Risk?

Guest: Abby Hamilton, Chief People Officer at LiveIntent Are leaders and high-performing managers uniquely at risk for burnout? While leaders are supposed to help prevent burnout in their employees, they could also be struggling to balance their own stress and workload. In this week’s episode of the HR Works Podcast, Abby Hamilton, Chief People Officer […]

HR Works Presents HR Work Break: New Year, Same Financial Stress

Guests: Assad Lazarus, Chief Client & Development Officer at Purchasing Power According to a PWC survey, financially stressed employees are twice as likely to look for new employment, and 76% report their money problems negatively affect their productivity. In this episode, I’m joined by Assad Lazarus, Chief Client & Development Officer at Purchasing Power. Purchasing […]

HRDA Shorts: Is My Organization a Naval Ship in the Making?

On this week’s episode of HRDA Shorts, we hear from Laura Putnam, CEO and Founder of Motion Infusion and creator of Managers on the Move, a leading well-being provider. Listen as she explains why the real question every organization should ask themselves is, “Is my organization a naval ship in the making?” According to Putnam, […]

HR Works Podcast: The New Era for HR Leadership

Guest: Don Robertson, Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer at Northwestern Mutual How has the role of CHRO and the C-suite HR executive changed over the past few years? In this latest episode of the HR Works Podcast, Don Robertson (Executive Vice President and CHRO at Northwestern Mutual) joins to discuss how the […]

HR Works Presents A Seat at the Table: Consciously Creating an Inclusive & Humane Culture

New research has shown that during the pandemic our professional network shrank by 16 percent, which is about 200 people. Today, connection is more important than ever. So, how can we stay connected in a post-COVID workplace? It all starts with culture. In the latest episode of “A Seat at the Table,” I’m joined by […]

HR Works Presents HR Work Break: Create Meaningful Change in the Workplace

Guests: Kike Ojo-Thompson, Founder & CEO of the KOJO Institute We celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. Day this past Monday. While it’s important to use that day to honor Dr. King’s groundbreaking work to address injustice and violence, HR leaders should embrace and teach these values throughout the year. This episode’s guest is Kike Ojo-Thompson, […]

HR Works Podcast: Become More Human-Centric…With Technology?!

Guest: Christina Erne, Vice President of People at Amplitude Can HR technology actually make the workplace a more human-centric environment? In this latest episode of the HR Works Podcast, we look at the impact that technology and the latest HR software tools are having on the workplace with Amplitude’s Vice President of People, Christina Erne. […]

HR Works Presents HR Work Break: Do More With Less

Guests: Brandon Weber, CEO of Nava Benefits, and Dawn Sharifan, Former SVP of People at Slack & Member of Nava Benefits’ Advisory Board Over 60% of employees are worse off financially now than they were a year ago. Needless to say, many are learning to do more with less. As economic downturn looms overhead, the […]

HR Works Presents Pages of HR: An Inclusive Workplace for All (Part 2)

Welcome back for part two of my conversation with Michael Bach, author of Alphabet Soup: The Essential Guide to LGBTQ2+ Inclusion at Work. Listen in as we continue our discussion on what it means to create an LGBTQ2+ inclusive workplace, the value of a Code of Conduct in the workplace, and much more!

HR Works Podcast: Make Your Organization a Talent Magnet

Guest: Carol Schultz, Founder and CEO of Vertical Elevation What does it take for an organization to become a “talent magnet” in 2023, and win the battle on attracting (and retaining) the top performers? In this latest episode of the HR Works Podcast, we explore the war on talent with recruiting expert and Founder/CEO of […]