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DriveThruHR is a captivating, easy-to-digest, and occasionally irreverent lunchtime discourse that covers topics relevant to HR professionals. We broadcast each week (Tuesday, 12 PM, Central Time) for 30-minutes when our guest and hosts discuss a variety of topics including HR Technology, Recruiting, Talent Management, Leadership, Organizational Culture and Strategic HR. Hosted by @MikeVanDervort @RobinSchooling @DwaneLay and @TheOneCrystal. Running continuously since February 1, 2010. #DTHR

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DriveThruHR is a captivating, easy-to-digest, and occasionally irreverent lunchtime discourse that covers topics relevant to HR professionals. We broadcast each week (Tuesday, 12 PM, Central Time) for 30-minutes when our guest and hosts discuss a variety of topics including HR Technology, Recruiting, Talent Management, Leadership, Organizational Culture and Strategic HR. Hosted by @MikeVanDervort @RobinSchooling @DwaneLay and @TheOneCrystal. Running continuously since February 1, 2010. #DTHR

    Talking Truth to HR Power: A Discussion

    Talking Truth to HR Power: A Discussion

    HR professionals are often (or should be) the conscience of their organizations; serving as a guide while promoting appropriate and ethical behavior. Sometimes though the road is rocky and HR professionals misstep - whether through ignorance or, sadly, through indifference.

    Join us for a provocative conversation with Janine Truitt (@MzJanineNicole) of Talent Think Innovations as we discuss how the HR community (and individual practiioners) can best confront and challenge the legacy thinking and actions around racism and sexism that, unfortunately, surface in far too many activities and interactions. 

    It's 2020...it's time to be better. 

    • 31 min.
    The Importance of Storytelling for Candidate Attraction

    The Importance of Storytelling for Candidate Attraction

    In the world of Talent Acquisition (and attraction!), providing a clear and compelling message to candidates has never been more critical for organizations that want to differentiate themselves. 

    Join us for a lively and informative discussion with Elena Valentine of Skill Scout  when we discuss the foundations of effective storytelling and explore how the use of video can enhance the experience.

     

     

    • 30 min.
    How SMB Cope With the Challenge of Healthcare Costs

    How SMB Cope With the Challenge of Healthcare Costs

    Join Michael and Robin as we discuss how health insurance costs businesses nearly $20,000 per employee, crushing the bottom lines of small businesses and putting a cap on wages that should be going up in the booming economy.

    Chad DeFriece, a general manager at In-Line Packaging Systems Inc., a small North Charleston, SC manufacturing company, was sick of spending hundreds of thousands of dollars on his self-funded health plan while seeing very little management of cost through the normal healthcare delivery channels. Chad knew there had to be a better way to deliver quality healthcare to employees and decrease costs.

    Chad reached out to Tom DiLiegro, President of Benefits Advisors of Charleston, who builds employee benefits plans using the principles of the Health Rosetta, an open-source blueprint for better benefits.

    Working together, Chad and Tom are saving In-Line Packaging more than $200K in health spending. At the same time, Chad was able to increase employee incentives, rival with larger competitors (like Volvo and Boeing), decrease employer liability, and cover 100% of the cost of primary care. 

    We will be discussing: 
    the challenges faced by small business in providing health care for employeeswhat employees lose due to the cost of health careresources for business to respond to the challenge of health care costs

    • 30 min.
    The end is near!!! The end of a decade that is. What does it mean for HR?

    The end is near!!! The end of a decade that is. What does it mean for HR?

    Join 50% of the #DTHR crew (Michael and Robin) for our final show of the year (BYOE). Bring your own eggnog that is.

    We'll be talking the end of 2019, and also the end of a decade.  We'll be looking back on what the last ten years have meant for the human resources community, and where the next ten years may take us. 

    We may also sing a Christmas carol.  We'll see...stay tuned.

    • 45 min.
    Talking Influencers with Micole Garratti

    Talking Influencers with Micole Garratti

    Join us as Robin and Mike talk with Micole Garatti about the increased growth of influencer marketing in the HR space and where we are headed. 

    Micole Garatti is a big picture, strategic thinker who helps HR technology companies build third-party marketing programs. She’s the founder of SocialMicole.com, the author of The Most Inclusive HR Influencer List, and has built or consulted for third party marketing programs at several billion-dollar companies.

    Her background is in communications at the University of Florida and she received her MBA from The College of William and Mary.

    Micole is the founder of the Most Inclusive HR Influencer List features over 150 leaders in the Human Resources industry, celebrating everyone from HR professionals, recruiters, diversity and inclusion specialists, technologists, consultants, to HR tech marketers, and more.

    The Winners were each nominated by one or more of their peers as someone who influences the HR community both off and online. As an influencer, each person on the list has at least 1,500 followers on a single platform, talks about HR topics, is current, and makes an effort to improve the HR profession.

    We will talk about:
    Most Inclusive HR Influencer ListWhat is it?Why did you create it?What is the state of the influencer in the HR space and where is it headed?How do you work with influencers?  What advice do you give them? 

    • 31 min.
    Talking Gender Equity with Pamela Culpepper

    Talking Gender Equity with Pamela Culpepper

    Join us as Robin and Mike talk with Pam Culpepper of Have Her Back about Gender Equity in the workplace.

    As the two-year anniversary of the #Metoo movement arrives, only 15% of women believe that the movement has had an impact on their workplace, career, and opportunities in general, according to a nationwide survey conducted by Have Her Back Consulting, a women-owned and led culture consultancy. 

    The findings suggest that despite culture’s demand to advance equity for women, few companies have actually taken specific actions to change corporate culture. Perhaps most telling, 55% of respondents said the impact of #Metoo has been felt more on society and culture, while only 28% said it has had an equal impact on them, personally.

    According to respondents, very few companies have taken actions to counter the issues that #MeToo identified. When asked what initiatives their employers have verbally committed to, 37% of respondents said “sexual harassment training” followed by 31% who said, “nothing.” When asked what actions were actually taken, 37% of respondents said “nothing” and only 28% said sexual harassment prevention training programs were conducted in their workplace.

    We'll talk about:
    What companies are doing - right and wrong.How men and women see things in the workplace differentlyWhy a sense of urgency to work on gender equity must become a priority The pitfalls of not advancing Gender EquityGive us a brief history of Have Her Back ConsultingWhat are some of the barriers organizations face as they continue to tackle gender equity?What are a couple of things HR professionals can do to move the gender equity agenda along?

    • 31 min.

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