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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 126: The Next Culture for the Next Normal

    HR Works 126: The Next Culture for the Next Normal

    Before the pandemic, awareness of the need for a well-crafted and -maintained company culture was high, and HR was making real strides toward taking charge of those efforts. That awareness has only been heightened, and being effective has simultaneously been challenged by the pandemic. How do HR professionals adapt? What tools do they discard, and what tools do they acquire?

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    In today’s episode, we tackle these questions with Neil Sahota (https://www.neilsahota.com/hrworks/) an IBM Master Inventor, United Nations A.I. Advisor, professor at UC Irvine, and globally-recognized speaker and author. Neil is a founding member of the UN’s Artificial Intelligence for Social Good Committee. He is the author of Own the A.I.Revolution, providing a future-forward look at A.I., focusing on how businesses can use it to commercialize while doing good in the world.

    • 39 min
    HR Works COVID-19 Update: Delivering Difficult News with Grace

    HR Works COVID-19 Update: Delivering Difficult News with Grace

    The pandemic has changed so much about how we work together and how we interact. It has also redefined many social norms and etiquette. Layoffs, pay reductions, employee illness, and death have all increased over the last months, and with each comes a difficult conversation. HR has always been positioned to be the people who have to deliver difficult news to employees.

    Compassion, then, becomes an important currency of how organizations operate today. Uber, for example, has become infamous for how they fired over 3,500 employees over zoom calls. There has to be a better way, and we have with us today an expert in delivering bad news compassionately.

    In this episode we are pleased to have with us Dr. Anthony Orsini practicing neonatologist and founder of The Orsini Way (https://theorsiniway.com/), join me to discuss tips employers and HR professionals can use when delivering bad news.

    Dr. Orsini took what he learned as an ICU physician who had to deliver difficult news to families and founded The Orsini Way, a communication training company that helps healthcare professionals and business leaders navigate difficult conversations and build strong relationships.

    • 19 min
    HR Works 125: Finding Hidden and Meaningful Training Trends

    HR Works 125: Finding Hidden and Meaningful Training Trends

    If you have a learning management system, you probably have access to a boatload of metrics. But what do they really tell you? Do they help you fine-tune your training regiments? One expert suggests that a swath of additional, less common metrics exist and they can help you unlock hidden and meaningful trends within your training process.

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    In this episode, we will discuss the intersection of training and business intelligence. This episode is sponsored by Administrate (https://www.getadministrate.com/scale-your-training-operations/), and we are pleased to have with us John Peebles, the CEO of Administrate, an EdTech infrastructure platform that provides configurable training management solutions for enterprises across the globe. Based in Edinburgh, Scotland, with offices in Montana, USA, and Beirut, Lebanon, Administrate is a diverse, creative software company born from within the training industry that focuses on creating the Ultimate Human Organization in culture, practice, and product.

    Now in its sixth year, Administrate is proud to support the training teams of Fortune 100 companies in the US, EU, and EMEA regions with a team of 100 talented professionals focused on creating and delivering learning & development technology innovation.  Prior to Administrate, Mr. Peebles helped found Fort Lauderdale-based Sentry Data Systems, where he served as Chief Information Officer and VP of Operations while it grew to more than $30 million in revenue within five years. He is passionate about education, teamwork, technology, and mental health in the workplace, and often speaks on these subjects around the world.

    • 39 min
    HR Works COVID-19 Update: Supporting Employees with Headaches and Migraines

    HR Works COVID-19 Update: Supporting Employees with Headaches and Migraines

    In the last episode of HR Works COVID-19 Update, I was joined by Neurologist and headache expert Dr. Charisse Litchman to discuss how the pandemic has lead to increased screen times and consequently increased headaches. In this episode, we continue our discussion with Dr. Litchman, which includes the topic of how HR can help their employees prevent headaches as well as support them in finding treatment and care.

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    Charisse Litchman MD, FAHS is a neurologist, headache specialist, and medical advisor to Nurx (https://www.nurx.com/). She received her undergraduate degree at Wesleyan University and her medical degree at Yale School of Medicine. After completing her internship at Yale New Haven Hospital, she completed her neurology residency at Cornell-New York Hospital. She began a solo private practice in general neurology and became board certified in headache medicine in 2008.

    She left her private practice in 2018 to become faculty at Yale where she is currently Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurology. Charisse has published articles in headaches and multiple sclerosis and edited the first textbook on a rare soft tissue tumor.  She has earned a certificate in Medical Editing and Writing from the University of Chicago. Charisse has three children and lives in Connecticut with her husband Mark and her two dogs.

    • 7 min
    HR Works COVID-19 Update: More Screen Time Means More Headaches

    HR Works COVID-19 Update: More Screen Time Means More Headaches

    Recent research has shown that the ordinary 11 hours a day of screentime that most employees are exposed to has increased by 3 hours every day since the pandemic began. That amount of screen time leads to more headaches and more serious headaches, an often misunderstood and underappreciated concern for employers and employees alike.

    In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Charisse Litchman (https://www.stamfordhealth.org/find-a-doctor/profile/charisse-litchman/), a Neurologist and headache expert that will help us understand the problem and learn how to help.


    Charisse Litchman, MD, FAHS is a neurologist, headache specialist, and medical advisor to Nurx (https://www.nurx.com/employers/). She received her undergraduate degree at Wesleyan University and her medical degree at Yale School of Medicine. After completing her internship at Yale New Haven Hospital, she completed her neurology residency at Cornell-New York Hospital. She began a solo private practice in general neurology and became board certified in headache medicine in 2008.

    She left her private practice in 2018 to become faculty at Yale where she is currently Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurology. Charisse has published articles in headaches and multiple sclerosis and edited the first textbook on a rare soft tissue tumor.  She has earned a certificate in Medical Editing and Writing from the University of Chicago. Charisse has three children and lives in Connecticut with her husband Mark and her two dogs.

    • 11 min
    HR Works COVID-19 Update: DOL Clarifications and Reaffirmations on FFCRA

    HR Works COVID-19 Update: DOL Clarifications and Reaffirmations on FFCRA

    In this episode, we take a look at some of the DOL’s revisions and reaffirmations of the original FFCRA regulations. That includes clarifications around leave for medical professionals, intermittent leave, and more.

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    And we have with us a familiar voice: attorney Maggie Spell (https://www.joneswalker.com/professionals/mary-margaret-spell.html)of Jones Walker (https://www.joneswalker.com/).

    Maggie focuses her practice on cases brought under federal, state, and local employment laws, including Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act. She regularly offers wage and hour compliance advice and has represented employers in numerous Fair Labor Standards Act collective actions and state-law wage and hour class actions.

    Maggie’s litigation experience also includes defending employers in breach of contract and employment-related tort claims. She regularly defends employers and management before state and federal courts throughout the country at the trial and appellate levels, as well as before administrative bodies such as the US Department of Labor, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and similar state agencies.

    • 19 min

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