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HR Works provides clear, relevant, actionable information on topics that matter to human resources (HR) professionals

HR Works: The Podcast for Human Resources Chris Ceplenski

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HR Works provides clear, relevant, actionable information on topics that matter to human resources (HR) professionals

    HR Works 105: Don't Make These Common Workplace Investigations Mistakes

    HR Works 105: 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 to help us dispel some of the common myths of these stressful procedures. Allison West, Esquire, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, AWI-CH is the founder of Employment Practices Specialists (https://employmentpractices.net/) Allison started her company to fulfill her personal mission of helping companies build and maintain safe, respectful and productive workplaces.

    Allison focuses her practice on conducting workplace investigations, delivering one-on-one sensitivity training for executives, managers and employees concerning sexual harassment, discrimination, and diversity awareness issues, coaching managers and employees with disciplinary and/or behavioral problems, providing expert witness and litigation assistance, and offers clients a 24/7 employee complaint line.

    • 28 Min.
    HR Works 104: How Liberty Mutual Approaches Inclusion

    HR Works 104: How Liberty Mutual Approaches Inclusion

    Whatever your aims, be they improving retention and engagement, upskilling your employees, encouraging innovation, or improving inclusion; training your employees is a critical tool. Everyone wants to know: how do we make sure that training is effective, that it lasts, and that employees engage the training process?

    This episode’s guest has been part of a unique training effort at Liberty Mutual Insurance. They have developed a series of eLearning training videos with the goal of building a more inclusive environment within their company. They have had so much success that they have decided to provide their videos to other companies. All proceeds from those videos go to a non-profit.

    Here to discuss the creation and success of those videos is SVP and Chief Diversity & Inclusion officer at Liberty Mutual Insurance, Dawn Frazier-Bohnert. Prior to joining Liberty Mutual, Dawn’s previous positions include: Chief Administrative Officer and Partner at Global Novations, Vice President, Global Diversity and Inclusion at The Gillette Company and HR leadership positions at Lotus/IBM, Fidelity Investments and Millennium Pharmaceuticals.

    She attended Mount Holyoke College and graduated from Boston University with a Bachelor of Science degree. She has served on the Women’s Network Advisory Board for the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce. Dawn has been recognized by the GK100 list of Boston’s 100 Most Influential People of Color, the 2016-2018 Profiles in Diversity Journal Diversity Leader Award, the 2016 Black Enterprise List of "Top Executives in Corporate Diversity“ and Insurance Business America's Hot 100 2018 list.

    • 29 Min.
    HR Works 103: Getting Managers Up to Speed on the ADA & the FMLA with Annual Training

    HR Works 103: Getting Managers Up to Speed on the ADA & the FMLA with Annual Training

    With limited resources and time, it can be challenging for employers to initiate annual Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) training programs for their managers and supervisors. However, the Department of Labor routinely reports that supervisor training is a top area of non-compliance for employers. If organizations don’t properly train their front-line employees, costly litigation could result.

    As several recent court cases demonstrate, there is a compelling business case for prioritizing annual training to ensure supervisors and managers are equipped to navigate a potential FMLA or ADA request from an employee. Today we’ll explore best practices and resources that support employers in integrating supervisor training into their compliance and training programs.

    Founded in 1992, the Disability Management Employer Coalition (DMEC) is the only association dedicated to providing focused education for HR professionals who manage absence and disability in their organizations. Through in-person and online events, certification and training programs, and tools and resources, DMEC delivers effective strategies and best practices to maintain regulatory compliance, improve workforce productivity, and enhance employee engagement and health. DMEC supports over 14,000 members across the United States and Canada, and offers the knowledge and networking they need to effectively manage their integrated benefit programs and expanding workforce challenges.

    To address these challenges DMEC provides a training program called FMLA/ADA Training for Supervisors and Managers that includes a 25-minute video, a 10-question quiz to test knowledge, a certificate of completion and ADA and FMLA roadmaps, and the ability to track who has successfully completed the training. Find out more information about DMEC at www.dmec.org.

    We are pleased to have the CEO of DMEC, Terry Rhoades with us today. Terri has extensive knowledge and expertise in all aspects of absence and disability program management and prior to DMEC dedicated her career to designing, developing, and managing various organization’s absence programs. Terri has been leading DMEC strategically since 2012 and became the Chief Executive Officer in 2015.

    Terri holds an MBA (Business Management) from Columbus University, a Certified Professional in Disability Management (CPDM), and a Certified Case Management Professional (CCMP) from the Insurance Educational Association, Certified Leave Management Specialist.

    • 23 Min.
    HR Works 102: Driving Diversity and Inclusion by Training a New Generation of Leaders

    HR Works 102: Driving Diversity and Inclusion by Training a New Generation of Leaders

    As an HR professional you know how important diversity and inclusion are. This episode's guest is a leader of the conversation surrounding these efforts. We are pleased to have Claudia Chan, CEO of S.H.E. GLOBL, a coalition+content+convening platform that helps companies unlock a diverse and inclusive workforce to transform both its culture and its communities.

    She is the founder of their award-winning leadership conference S.H.E. Summit that has made advancing women and workplace inclusion both accessible and actionable. That event is attended by some of the largest organizations in the world including Deloitte, Samsung, Bacardi, Home Depot, and Adidas to name a few.

    Claudia is also the author of the leadership book THIS IS HOW WE RISE: Reach Your Highest Potential, Empower Women, Lead Change in the World which was named by CNBC as a “top career book of 2018” and also featured in The New York Times.

    Claudia was also recently named 1 of 8 UN Women Champions for Innovation. She has been referred to as “the change-agent maker” and Fast Company has called her the “Richard Branson of women’s empowerment.”

    • 38 Min.
    HR Works 101: The Cultural Impact of 1 on 1 Meetings

    HR Works 101: The Cultural Impact of 1 on 1 Meetings

    In episode 101 of HR Works Podcast, we tackle the performance review: an issue that is sometimes hotly debated. Some organizations still believe in yearly reviews, others on informal discussions, and still others believe that there should be no reviews at all. Today’s guest is an expert on performance reviews, especially the 1 on 1 meeting.

    We are pleased to have Shane Metcalf, Co-founder & Chief Culture Officer, at 15Five.

    Shane is a seasoned executive coach and speaker who is obsessed with building healthy organizations, and creating the opportunity for people to have meaningful work and meaningful relationships.

    Driven by his deep belief in the potential of our species, Shane co-founded 15Five, industry-leading performance management software that is unlocking the potential of the global workforce. As Chief Culture Officer, Shane understands what fundamentally motivates people, how to architect high performance, and which principles and rituals create “self-organizing cultures.”

    This episode is sponsored by 15Five (https://www.15five.com/podcast).

    • 24 Min.
    HR Works 100: Dave Ulrich Explores HR's Place in Organizational Change

    HR Works 100: Dave Ulrich Explores HR's Place in Organizational Change

    HR plays a central role in keeping abreast of the constant change that organizations must undergo to survive. Having a strategy for change is critical, but with so many voices out there on how to do that, one can be easily lead astray.

    With that in mind, we are pleased to celebrate our 100th episode of HR Works Podcast with legendary expert Dave Ulrich. In this episode, we discuss the latest approaches towards transforming HR in a constantly changing world.

    For those of you unfamiliar with Dave, he is the Rensis Likert Professor at the Ross School of Business, University of Michigan and a partner at The RBL Group, a consulting firm focused on helping organizations and leaders deliver value. He studies how organizations build capabilities of leadership, speed, learning, accountability, and talent through leveraging human resources. He has helped generate award winning data bases that assess alignment between strategies, organization capabilities, HR practices, HR competencies, and customer and investor results.

    Dave has published over 200 articles and book chapters and over 25 books. He edited Human Resource Management 1990-1999, served on editorial board of 4 Journals, on the Board of Directors for Herman Miller, and Board of Trustees at Southern Virginia University, and is a Fellow in the National Academy of Human Resources.

    • 35 Min.

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