HR Works Podcast

The mission of HR Works is to provide clear, relevant, actionable information on topics that matter to HR professionals through engaging and insightful interviews with experts and thought leaders.

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HR Works COVID-19 Update: The FFCRA Part 2

Welcome to the second weekly episode of HR Works: COVID-19 Update. Going forward, will be publishing these shorter episodes every week with the goal of covering employment law issues surrounding COVID-19. For this second episode we are pleased to have our returning guest, employment attorney Jonathan Mook, of DiMuroGinsberg PC, with us. We discuss more details […]

HR Works COVID-19 Update: The FFCRA Part 1

Welcome to the first weekly episode of HR Works: COVID-19 Update. We will be publishing these shorter episodes every week with the goal of covering employment law issues surrounding COVID-19. We are pleased to have employment attorney Jonathan Mook, of DiMuroGinsberg PC , with us today to discuss the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, or the […]

HR Works: Applying Paramedic Concepts to HR

Rare is the HR professional that was formerly a firefighter paramedic and hazardous materials engineer. One such individual found that much of what he learned in his former careers gave him the tools he needed to meet the many challenges that he faced as an HR professional. Taylor Bradley is the Director, HRBP of Global […]

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HR Works: The Résumé Black Hole

In this episode of HR Works we tackle the so-called résumé black hole: the place where job applicants’ resumes vanish to without hiring managers ever seeing them. What is this mysterious place? Why does it exist? And most importantly: is it really doing anyone any good? We have two experts with us to speak about […]

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HR Works: Fighting Harassment Means Having Uncomfortable Conversations

If you want to combat sexual harassment in a meaningful way, you have to get comfortable having uncomfortable conversations. In fact, a major reason sexual harassment in the workplace still takes place has to do with the culture of silence that surrounds it. Additionally, if your employees are not trained to handle situations as they […]

HR Works: Overcoming Training Roadblocks

What are your training roadblocks? Perhaps you don’t have the time or resources to roll out the training you need. Maybe you can’t get buy-in from leadership. It could be that your training never sticks, so why bother? In this episode of HR Works Podcast, our guest believes that such roadblocks are far from insurmountable. […]

HR Works: Coronavirus Compliance and Safety Concerns in the Workplace

In this special episode we address the so-called coronavirus. With cases numbering in the tens of thousands across dozens of countries, and hundreds of deaths, this poorly understood disease has created no small amount of chaos and fear. Some of those fears are justified and some not. The U.S. currently has around one dozen confirmed […]

HR Works: How to Make Personality Based Training Soar

Tackling training can be quite challenging. Other than getting training sticky and making sure it reaches the right people, another major concern concerns how training for one employee might not work so well. In this episode we to discuss an approach to training that takes those differences into account. And, we talk about birds. Merrick […]

HR Works: Don’t Make These Common Workplace Investigations Mistakes

Workplace investigations are very serious, usually resulting from unfortunate or unpleasant events. Furthermore, the entire process can easily end up under the scrutiny of a number of legal professionals including employment lawyers and judges. It is very important that HR professionals get their investigations right. This episode’s guest specializes in workplace investigations and is here […]