The HR Bartender Show - - a casual place to talk about work. Listeners get practical advice about how to be a better leader and manager, focusing on the employee experience, and career advice. We might also talk about my personal goal to find the best cheeseburger on the planet. So, grab your favorite beverage, pull up a stool, and join the conversation. The bar is always open.
Organizations Should Expect New Technologies to Drive Learning
Learning is not a “one and done” activity – especially when it comes to technology. Organizations will continue to rely on technology for business success, which means employees need regular learning opportunities. In this episode, we discuss three strategies for staying tech relevant
Mark Wales Discusses the Art and Science of Workforce Management
Workforce management is about making sure that organizations have the right talent at the right time. It’s a discipline that belongs to everyone on the senior leadership team not just the HR department. Because it’s not about simply hiring as many people as possible. HR pros have an opportunity to become embedded in the business by aligning talent strategy with business strategy.
Dan Schawbel Shares How Technology Can Make Work More Human
In today’s business world, there’s so much information available online that people sometimes don’t know what to trust or how to use it. Organizations and individuals need to figure out how to effectively have a relationship with technology. That doesn’t always mean disconnecting from it.
Feedback is HR Currency According to Julie Develin and Chas Fields
If organizations want to hire the best talent, they need good information. The way to get it is via feedback and technology can help. Chas Fields and Julie Develin from UKG’s human capital management group talk about how companies can use candidate and employee feedback to improve the recruitment process and achieve better retention.
Sharlyn Lauby On How Organizations Should Always Be Planning Their Future Workplace
Organizations are often focused on the here and now. Taking time to plan the future is very necessary. Not just planning future sales and marketing campaigns. But planning what the future workplace looks like.
Jarrod Harden Says Listening Is the Key to Creating Workplace Inclusion and Belonging
Many organizations have made the commitment to creating workplaces that are more diverse and inclusive. Now it’s time to turn those words into action. The first action that organizations need to take is listening to employees and find ways to make them feel they truly belong.