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HR Works Podcast: Navigating the Post-Military Career Transition (Part I)

This Military Appreciation Month, we honor our veterans not just for their service, but for the valuable skills they bring to the civilian workforce. In this episode, Eric Ryan, a Marine Corps veteran and senior director of Military Operations at the University of Phoenix, joins to explore the unique challenges and opportunities faced by veterans […]

HR Work Break: Mental Health in the Workplace

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. For those who are struggling, know that it’s okay to not be okay—please reach out for help if you need it, and remember that there are people who care about you. In this episode of HR Work Break, we reflect on workplace wellbeing best practices from Dr. Meisha-Ann Martin, […]

Jessica Zwaan

Pages of HR: From Products to People, Part 2

Welcome back to part 2 of our conversation with Jessica Zwaan, author of Built for People: Transform Your Employee Experience Using Product Management Principles, about the connection between product management and people management strategies. Zwaan says that by incorporating tactics used to improve your company’s product can improve the employee experience and in turn, a better […]

HR Works Podcast: Balancing Data with Decency in Layoffs and Return to Office (Part 2)

Guest: Sam Naficy, CEO of Prodoscore In part two of this two-part episode, Sam Naficy, CEO of Prodoscore, a leader in employee visibility and productivity intelligence software, discusses how HR leaders can approach layoffs with empathy and respect, best practices for maintaining trust with remaining employees during difficult times, using the layoff experience as a […]

HR Work Break: People-First Recruiting Technology

Guests: Daniele Bologna, PhD, HR Senior Director at Proctor & Gamble, and Whitney Wilber, Global Head of Employer Brand at BNY Mellon 38% of HR professionals have informally discussed implementing AI into workflow while 15% have already implemented it. As this technology becomes more prevalent in recruitment, it’s essential that HR leaders take steps to […]

HR Works Podcast: Balancing Data with Decency in Layoffs and Return to Office (Part I)

The return to office battle continues as Dell recently announced that its fully remote employees will not be promoted. Dell cites that its policy change is to improve productivity. On the other side of this coin, the debate around layoff etiquette has begun to resurface. With policy changes like these, many are asking if in-person […]

HR Works Podcast: Talent Outlook Study– Findings Reveal Untapped Benefits

As we prepare to kick-off HR Mental Health & Wellness Day at HR Daily Advisor, this week’s episode of HR Works spotlights our sister publication’s podcast, Nine to Thrive HR. In this episode, host Cindi Koetzle talks with Dave Barnett, Chief HR and University Relations Officer at DeVry University, framing the conversation around Devry’s 2023 Talent Outlook […]

HR Work Break: FTC’s Latest Noncompete Rule

Earlier this week, on April 23, the Federal Trade Commission voted to finalize a new rule to prohibit employers from enforcing noncompetes against workers. What does this mean for employers, workers, and future labor laws? Check out our latest podcast episode to learn more! Remember, you can always follow us on Twitter at @HRWorksPodcast, and we […]

HR Works Podcast: Why Business Acumen is HR’s Superpower

Guest: Darcy Mackay, SVP of HR and Client Services at Rippling The latest episode of HR Works is all about superpowers. Although we’re not discussing any of your favorite Marvel characters, we are highlighting our favorite heroes here at HR Daily Advisor: people leaders. So, how can people leaders tap into what Darcy Mackay, SVP […]

HR Work Break: What’s In Store for the NLRB’s Final Independent Contractor Rule?

A district court in Texas invalidated the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) latest independent contractor rule, restoring the Board’s 2020 rule. Let’s investigate what employers must know about the overturn 2024 rule, the current 2020 rule, and what this means for the future. Remember, you can always follow us on Twitter at @HRWorksPodcast, and we are […]