The Alex Alonso Civility Index Podcast Takeover
SHRM All Things Work
by SHRM
1M ago
Workplace civility is a cornerstone of workplace culture; it allows people and businesses to thrive by fostering respect and empathy among everyone involved. In this episode of All Things Work, join SHRM Chief Data and Insights Officer Alex Alonso, PhD, SHRM-SCP, for a “podcast takeover” and accompanying discussion of SHRM’s latest research on the topic of workplace civility. Also, hear from Kate Zabriskie, president of Business Training Works, a company focused on providing soft skills instruction, on how her work helps support civility in the workplace. This episode is sponsored by Jobvite ..read more
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Gad Levanon on What GenAI Means for Jobs in the Future
SHRM All Things Work
by SHRM
4M ago
As the development and implementation of generative AI (GenAI) continues at a rapid pace, the universal question being asked is, “Will my job be replaced by GenAI?” In this episode of All Things Work, Gad Levanon, chief economist at the Burning Glass Institute, joins host Tony Lee to discuss topics including whether GenAI will replace jobs, its potential to transform work across industries, and how HR leaders can prepare for workforce changes. Episode transcript Music courtesy of bensound. Rate/review All Things Work on Apple Podcasts and Spotify ..read more
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Kyle Holm on How to Retain Hourly Employees
SHRM All Things Work
by SHRM
5M ago
According to SHRM research, nearly half of hourly workers in the U.S. are actively seeking new job opportunities. That statistic highlighs the turnover challenges of employers who depend on these frontline employees for their operations. In this episode of All Things Work, host Tony Lee is joined by Kyle Holm, vice president of compensation advisory at Sequoia Consulting Group, to discuss what employers can do to both motivate and retain hourly employees. Episode transcript Music courtesy of bensound. Rate/review All Things Work on Apple Podcasts and Spotify ..read more
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Ginni Rometty on 'Good Power' and Reinventing IBM
SHRM All Things Work
by SHRM
5M ago
After starting in IT as a systems engineer, Ginni Rometty began a career at IBM, where she climbed the corporate ladder to become the first woman CEO in IBM’s history.   Recorded live at SHRM23 in Las Vegas, this episode is the second part of host Tony Lee’s interview with Rometty, discussing her recent book Good Power: Leading Positive Change in Our Lives, Work, and World, as well as her views on the importance of inclusive employers and other key workplace issues. Listen to Part 1 of the interview on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Music courtesy of bensound. Episode transcript ..read more
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Ginni Rometti on “Good Power” and Reinventing IBM
SHRM All Things Work
by SHRM
6M ago
After starting in IT as a systems engineer, Ginni Rometty began a career at IBM, where she climbed the corporate ladder to become the first woman CEO in IBM’s history.   Recorded live at SHRM23 in Las Vegas, this episode is the second part of host Tony Lee’s interview with Rometty, discussing her recent book Good Power: Leading Positive Change in Our Lives, Work, and World, as well as her views on the importance of inclusive employers and other key workplace issues. Listen to Part 1 of the interview on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Music courtesy of bensound. Episode transcript ..read more
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Encore: Jennifer Moss on Why Workplace Loneliness Matters
SHRM All Things Work
by Society for Human Resource Management
7M ago
*** This is an encore broadcast of February's episode with Jennifer Moss on Why Workplace Loneliness Matters. Stay subscribed for more new episodes coming soon. *** Nearly half of employees report they feel lonely at work, and the negative effects of workplace loneliness are numerous. It can contribute to employee burnout, mental health concerns and talent shortages. In this episode of All Things Work, award-winning journalist, author and workplace culture strategist Jennifer Moss joins host Tony Lee to discuss why employers should care if their employees are lonely, and what to ..read more
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Brian Reaves on the Transformational Power of Employee Resource Groups
SHRM All Things Work
by Society for Human Resource Management
8M ago
Meaningful change at organizations is often hindered by employees’ natural inclination to keep doing things the way they’ve always done them. Now, a new three-year research initiative from Great Place to Work entitled The Great Transformation is measuring meaningfully transformative change at eleven organizations following from the launch of new inclusion, diversity and equity initiatives. In this episode of All Things Work, guest host Mike Frost is joined by Brian Reaves, UKG’s Chief Belonging, Diversity, and Equity Officer. They discuss how The Great Transformation is helping UKG achieve imp ..read more
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Kara Yarnot on How to Support Your Employees with Hidden Disabilities
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by Society for Human Resource Management
8M ago
Hidden disabilities (e.g. psychological disorders, chronic pain, learning disabilities, and other unseen conditions) don’t manifest in ways immediately obvious to others, and employees aren’t inclined to disclose them to their employers either, whether due to fear of retaliation or other adverse impacts on their careers. In this episode of All Things Work, host Tony Lee speaks with Kara Yarnot, Vice President of Strategic Consulting Services at HireClix, about her firsthand experiences navigating her own hidden disabilities at work, as well as what HR, talent acquisition and the C-suite can al ..read more
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Donald Dowling Jr. on What to Know When Your Employees Work Abroad
SHRM All Things Work
by Society for Human Resource Management
9M ago
Whether by assignment or by personal choice, employees sometimes live and work in a country different from where their employer is headquartered, which presents additional challenges and considerations for employers. In this episode of All Things Work, host Tony Lee speaks with Donald Dowling Jr., a labor attorney at Littler Mendelson P.C. specializing in international employment issues. Dowling shares what employers need to know and prepare for when sending employees overseas, along with practical advice for employers and HR professionals dealing with international workforce issues. Follow Al ..read more
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Myrna Maysonet on New Best Practices for Managing Employee Conflict
SHRM All Things Work
by Society for Human Resource Management
11M ago
Conflict among employees is inevitable when humans work side-by-side, and it often results in lower productivity and workplace morale. As organizations adopt remote and hybrid operations, these working arrangements are changing how employee conflicts happens and how they are managed. In this episode of All Things Work, host Tony Lee speaks with Myrna Maysonet, chief diversity officer at the law firm Greenspoon Marder LLP, about best practices for managing employee conflict in a new era of work. Follow All Things Work wherever you listen to podcasts; rate and review on Apple Podcasts ..read more
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