HR Happy Hour – Oracle Spotlight – Episode 1: Making Work More Human

Hosted by

Steve Boese

Co-Founder of H3 HR Advisors and Program Chair, HR Technology Conference

Trish McFarlane

CEO and Principal Analyst, H3 HR Advisors

About this episode

Guest: Gretchen Alarcon, Group Vice President, Product Strategy, Oracle

This week on the HR Happy Hour Show, hosts Steve Boese and Trish McFarlane kick off a special series of podcasts with our friends at Oracle HCM.

On Episode 1, we are joined by Gretchen Alarcon from Oracle to talk about how organizations are increasingly seeking to make work more “human”. While you may have seen this concept before, on the show we break it down to more tangible, actionable, and relatable ideas for HR leaders, and highlight some key ideas, considerations, and approaches to creating more “human” workplaces.

On the show, we talk about three distinct elements of creating more human workplaces and making work more human – making work enjoyable, making work smarter, and finally, making work supportive. With each concept Gretchen shares insights and practical approaches that HR leaders can take, and discusses how innovation in HCM technology supports, augments, and provides important context for these initiatives.

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This was a really interesting conversation and one we will build on in upcoming episodes of the Oracle Spotlight series.

Thanks to Gretchen for joining us and thanks to our friends at Oracle HCM for making this series happen.

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