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HR Works Showcase presents: HR Break Room – Digging Deep: The Costs of Payroll Errors With Steve Boese

How much time and money is it costing your HR team to correct payroll errors? Our latest episode on the HR Works Showcase tackles that costly question and more, as we share a brand-new feature episode from Paycom’s podcast series, HR Break Room. Listen as H3 HR Advisors co-founder, Steve Boese, joins host Morgan Beard, […]

HR Works Podcast: Lifting Women Leaders Out of the Great Breakup

Guest: Monica Eaton, co-founder and COO of Chargebacks911 and creator of the LIFT Mentorship Program Why are women leaders quitting their jobs and what can organizations, and specifically their HR teams, do to support and retain the talented women of their workforce? In this latest episode of the HR Works Podcast, we are joined by […]

HR Works Presents HR Work Break: Women’s History Month

Guests: Andrea Ferrara, CHRO at PepsiCo Beverages NA (PBNA) Since 1987, the United States has formally recognized March as National Women’s History Month. In spite of progress made in the past 36 years, it’s essential to recognize and honor women across the country. Andrea Ferrara, CHRO at PepsiCo Beverages NA, joins HR Work Break to […]

HR Works Podcast: Stop Making Burnout Taboo!

Guest: Shimrit Paley Markette, Chief People Officer, Second Nature What is one thing HR leaders should START and STOP doing in 2023 to improve workplace wellness? Listen as we share the audio from our recent Now and Next Research Review webinar, presented as part of HR Daily Advisor’s HR Now: Wellness and Burnout virtual summit.  […]

HR Works Podcast: Does a 4-Day Workweek Mean You Are Flexible?

Guest: Scott Day, Chief People Officer at Alludo The 4-day workweek concept is dominating headlines and conversation in the HR space right now, and while it may help workers set better boundaries and balance, is it the best solution for pairing productivity and flexibility in the workplace? In this latest episode of the HR Works […]

HR Works Presents HR Work Break: 2023’s Gig Economy

Guests: John Godfrey, Director of Levelling Up at Legal & General Legal & General released a series of studies on the United State’s gig economy, and the research suggests that freelance work is here to stay, with a whopping 69% of respondents seeing themselves working in the gig economy for the foreseeable future. John Godfrey, […]

HR Works Podcast: Doubling Down on Talent Mobility

Guest: Mike Bollinger, Global Vice President of Strategic Initiatives for Cornerstone In today’s competitive workforce, companies are scrambling to retain, reskill and remobilize their employees to meet new demands for growth and transformation.  At the same time, employees are eager to grow in their careers and are yearning for more development opportunities. So how can […]

HR Works Presents HR Work Break: Gen Z and the Future of Work

Guest: Faith Brinkley, HR Consultant at PerformancePoint, LLC Gen Z is expected to make up 27% of the workforce by 2025. Are employers prepared to navigate generational diversity in the workplace? Faith Brinkley, HR Consultant at PerformancePoint LLC, joins to discuss the benefits and challenges of generational diversity, as well as Gen Z’s strengths and […]

HR Works Podcast: Can ChatGPT Be Your Next Great HR Tool?

Guest: Jesse Meschuk, Senior Advisor at Exequity Since the launch of ChatGPT in late 2022, the conversation around the potential use cases (and concerns) of generative AI tools has become a hot-button topic throughout the HR community. With the ability to process complex questions and generate human-quality responses almost instantly, could ChatGPT signal the end […]

HR Works Presents A Seat at the Table: Addressing and Overcoming Racially-Fueled Workplace Bullying

In the latest episode of “A Seat,” we discuss how organizations can address racially-fueled workplace bullying. A survey by Gallup last year found that workplace bullying disproportionately affects Black and Hispanic Americans. Key findings of this survey also found that: Workplace discrimination causes disengagement and undermines wellbeing; and Greater inclusivity starts with an awareness of […]