Oven-Ready HR is the practical Podcast that aims to demystify and deconstruct HR practices for the start-up and SME sectors. Oven-Ready aims to offer accessible, authentic and professional commentary. Author, Chris Taylor, HR and Talent expert talks to some of the best subject-matter experts in the business.
HR & Marketing - A Special Relationship?
This episode sees Marketing expert Jarmila Yu, Founder and Chief Marketing Officer of Unique Marketing and Richard Merrin, Managing Director of Spreckley Partners, a London based enterprise technology PR agency give a lively, honest and open critique of the Special Relationship between HR and Marketing and where we go from here.
These Are The Voyages of Enterprise Nation, Boldly Going Where No Organisation Has Gone Before
As the captain of Enterprise Nation - a vibrant community of small businesses and business advisers - Emma Jones CBE takes us through her personal voyage exploring strange new startups and seeking out new life in the UK economy.
Stop Apologising For Working in HR, Instead Start Evangelising!
Considered by many to be the parish priest of HR, Steve Browne has for the last 30 years evangelised about a profession that has, at times, appeared ill at ease with itself.
Within Crisis Are The Seeds Of Opportunity, Charlie Gilkes, London's Most Creative Hospitality Entrepreneur Speaks Out
Pre-Pandemic, Charlie Gilkes, co-founder of the Inception Group, a collection of some of London's coolest, bars, restaurants was riding high. His 11 experiential venues were a magnet for sophisticated professionals seeking an alternative to an otherwise bland scene of identical looking venues offering much the same products and service.
Peter Cheese, CEO of the CIPD - "We can be the change that we want to see"
Peter Cheese, CEO of the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development the organisation that represents more than 150,000 HR professionals around the world gives a profound, candid, wide-ranging and optimistic interview to Chris Taylor of Oven-Ready HR
Tempting Workers to Return to the Office Will Take More Than Prosecco on Tap!
Prolific 'Social Entrepreneur' and 'Social Impact' investor Mark Kass, takes us through the highs and lows of operating a co-working and business centre operation during the Pandemic. Mark gives his view on the impact the Pandemic and covers a range of themes: Creativity and communication; has technology turned us all from being 3 dimensional beings to being just two dimensional and therefore created issues with mental health? Adapting different business models and delivery methods Why Landlords need to think differently about property Why HR should be involved in planning future office needs A potential renaissance of regional towns and cities How businesses can engage with their local community The benefits of the social enterprise model The prospects for his beloved West Ham United Football team
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Interesting and informative
I am enjoying these podcasts even though I am not an HR professional. These are a great listen for anyone in the workplace wanting to understand more about the purpose of HR and the importance of a positive business culture.