We talk about all things HR - We gather the best guests at the top of their field to talk about Flexible working, Attracting and Retaining Top Talent, 4-day workweek, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DE&I;), Employer Branding, Aligning business objectives with human objectives, Productivity, Remote Teams & Company Culture.
GDPR and the role HR Plays - Phil Byrne, Enable ISO
On today’s show, we have Phil Byrne, Managing Partner at Enable ISO, a company that specialises in consulting for organisations working toward ISO certification.
We ask Phil on the show to talk about all things compliance, in particular, GDPR.
GDPR often falls under the remit of HR in companies. We ask Phil what he thinks are the most common GDPR misconceptions in HR, what exactly is the role of the Data Protection Officer (DPO) and does this responsibility sit with HR?
We also talk about the new Whistleblower legislation, who it affects and how do you go about dealing with a complaint. If you are in HR and these areas fall under your remit, this is the pod for you. We really hope you enjoy it!
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Womens Health in the Workplace with Katie Ridge from Adare HRM
Approx. 600,000 women in Ireland are affected by menopause and other women’s health related issues at any one time.
These issues can undermine women’s confidence, and recent surveys show, that up to 8% of women affected, exit the workforce as a result of womens health related issues.
Research shows that companies that are taking affirmative action by having supports in place, help greatly with recruitment & retention as employees feel supported in their workplace.
Katie give us some great insights into what companies should do, how to promote awareness and create an environment where women can feel safe to have open conversations about these issues, and what policies progressive companies should put in place in order to see the benefits of supporting their female employees.
Employee Value Propositions - Why does your company need one?
On this week's show, we have Andrew Bartlow, managing partner of Series B Consulting.
Over the course of his career, Andrew has participated in 6 significant scale-ups, as well as multiple IPOs, and has been a part of several successful private equity exits.
He has advised dozens of C-level executives and learned from the very best during his formative years at Pepsi and General Electric.
His book scaling for success is a definitive guide for leaders of high-growth organizations seeking to understand the people-management principles that are essential to continued success.
In today's show, we draw on Andrew's experience and ask him about the importance of the Employer Value Proposition or EVP. How to create a compelling EVP, the mistakes that some companies make when defining one and the part an EVP plays in recruitment and retention.
Andrew also gives us some great takeaway tips on how to get started.
The importance of learning & developing your people in an employee-driven marketplace with Jim Frawley, Bellwether
About the pod
We chat with Jim Frawley, founder of Bellwether, a company that helps organisations adapt to change and build resiliency in not only their company but in their people.
In the podcast, we ask Jim about the steps companies should take in the midst of constant change, how important is learning and development in a competitive employee marketplace and what are the biggest mistakes organisations make when implementing learning & development plans.
Jim also gives us 5 top tips to consider when implementing a learning and development plan. Click on the link, it's a great listen!
The rise of the 4 day workweek - How the Wanderlust Group increased productivity by reducing hours
With many calling it a life-work revolution, covid inadvertently brought about a huge work experiment, where people have had to juggle home and work life and boundaries became less defined. As a result, employees are now choosing to work for companies that are willing to offer a more flexible working arrangement. The Wanderlust Group has operated on a 4-day workweek over the last 18 months, and since shifting to that model has grown revenue by 100% year over year. We invited Meghan Keany Anderson, CMO of the wanderlust Group on the podcast to ask her how smaller businesses can compete for talent in an employee-driven marketplace.
We ask Meghan about the practicalities of implementing a 4 day work week, does it help with employer branding when trying to source and attract new talent and what insights she can give us about the benefits and pitfalls (if any) from a company that has been walking the walk for the last 18 months.
How to add value to your company through goal setting & KPI’s with Adam Coleman, CEO, HRLocker
With 2022 just over the horizon, closing out the end of the year can often be a daunting task for many HR or office managers. One of those tasks is completing end of year reviews to make sure each department have hit their goals, KPI’s and OKR’s for the year.
In today's podcast, we asked CEO of HRLocker, Adam Coleman the importance of performance reviews, how necessary they are for managing remote teams, how often they should take place and what should managers measure to ensure productivity from teams.
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We look forward to bringing you some great content in 2022.
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