DriveThruHR is a captivating, easy-to-digest, and occasionally irreverent lunchtime discourse that covers topics relevant to HR professionals. Our 30 minute shows include our guest and host(s) discussing a variety of topics including HR Technology, Recruiting, Talent Management, Leadership, Organizational Culture and Strategic HR. Hosted by @MikeVanDervort and @RobinSchooling. Running continuously since February 1, 2010. #DTHR
Work Time and Family Time: Exploring Dual-Earner Couples w/ @drwaynecrawford
Wayne Crawford, Ph.D, is an Assistant Professor at the University of Texas at Arlington whose primary research interests include work-life issues, identity work, leadership and dyads and quantitative research methods.
Join us for a chat, drawn from Dr. Crawford’s research, about the interplay between work time, family-time, (the work-life interface) and the impact of friend support (really!) on job burnout and depression.
HR & Labor Updates: One Month w/ the Biden Administration
It's been just over a month since President Biden took office and, as expected, issues related to the workplace. labor relations and HR are front-and-center. Join us for today's show as Michael and Robin discuss the minimum wage, OSHA and activities on the labor/organizing front.
Checking in with John Nykolaiszyn
John serves as Director for Business Career Management bringing with him over 13 years of recruitment and talent management experience. He is responsible for developing new relationships with companies that might have an interest in establishing a college relations/college recruiting program with the College of Business. John has a BBA from FIU, an M.S. in Health Services Administration from Barry University, and his Senior Professional in HR (SPHR) certification.
Host Show with Michael and Robin - Cancel Culture
Talking cancel culture including MyPillow guy, Goya guy and historical figures on the side of red and blue.
Coffee with Jay Kuhns
Join Michael and Robin as we chat with our buddy Jay Kuhns.
On the call we will discuss the start of the NHL season, the state of the state, and the impact a Biden administration may have on the workplace and employment issues around the recent conflict at the Capitol. Also social media and coffee will probably come up.
Get Shift Done with Patrick Brandt
Join Michael and Robin as they chat with Patrick Brandt, president of Shiftsmart and co-founder of Get Shift Done, on DriveThru
We will discuss:
Get Shift Done, in response to hospitality workers losing their jobs during the pandemic. How they helped hospitality workers registered with Shiftsmart by millions of dollars to pay the displaced hospitality workers to work at the Food Banks so they could continue to deliver food to those in need. Get Shift Done has provided 500,000+ hours of skilled shifts to 110+ non-profits in 11 cities.
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Hands down one of the best resources for recruiting in today's world
Mike, Crystal and their talented guests talk all things HR, but it’s so much more than that! It’s true that you’ll find actionable advice and tangible tips that are relative to any stage of your career, but you’ll also find the inspiration and insight to grow as a human being. Thanks so much for putting out such a spectacular show Mike & Crystal - keep up the great work!
I have been listening to this Podcast to help supplement some of my telework hrs for my job. But as soon as I heard one of your “guests” saying Trump supports were basically borderline retarded, you lost a listener. I know many don’t like our President, but that was just rude, distasteful, judgements, and just WRONG.
Good riddance to you’re so called Podcast.
PS..I would say the same if someone else was our president.
Idea is Good - Execution Needs Work
I love a good HR podcast and found this just via the podcast search. Each episode topic looks so good but the sound quality is absolutely terrible! Every. Single. Episode. It is painful to listen to because the audio quality is so distracting. I’ve tried listening a dozen times over the past three months and each time I’m reminded why I don’t regularly listen. I know good audio editing can take time and money, but what’s the point of putting together an hour-long show with great guests if no one can enjoy listening to it? Each one sounds like it is recorded in a car with all the background noise you would expect.