Hosted by Steve Boese and Trish McFarlane, the HR Happy Hour show is the longest running and top downloaded HR podcast.
Over the last decade the HR Happy Hour has welcomed a wide and exceptionally impressive array of guests – HR leaders, Academics, practitioners, consultants, and authors – to talk about the most timely, relevant, and challenging issues that are influencing HR technology, impacting organizations, and driving change in the global workplace today.
Co-Founder of H3 HR Advisors and Program Chair, HR Technology Conference
CEO and Principal Analyst, H3 HR Advisors
This week on the HR Happy Hour Show, Steve and Trish were joined by Alison Stevens, to talk about the most pressing and important HR and business challenges that many small businesses are facing during the COVID-19 pandemic, and how Alison and her team of 800+ HR professionals are working to help these small businesses work through these unprecedented times.
This week on the HR Happy Hour Show, Steve and Trish were joined by Martha Bird, to talk about the role of the business anthropologist, and how thinking about business and technology through the lens of the anthropologist can create benefits and value for the organization.
This week on the HR Happy Hour Show, Steve and Trish were joined by Heidi Spirgi, to talk about Heidi’s first year at Cornerstone her new podcast with the Cornerstone team, driving innovation in employee-focused talent management, and the shifts from talent management to talent experience.
This week on the HR Happy Hour Show, we were joined by Peter Newhouse, Global Head of Reward, Unilever; Ken Charman, CEO, uFlexReward to talk about Unilever’s approach to managing, understanding, and communicating total employee rewards to its global population of employees.
This week on the HR Happy Hour show, we were joined by Oscar Trimboli an authority on how deep listening, i.e., hearing the unspoken 80% of what is communicated, can make us all better leaders, employees, friends, and collaborators.
On the show we talked about how employers and HR leaders can better understand the needs of employees and candidates who are on the autism spectrum, how HR and talent management processes can be made more open to and inclusive for people on the spectrum, and how HR leaders can begin to think more openly and expansively about this deep pool of talented people.
This week on the HR Happy Hour Show, it’s the return of “Workplace Movie Hall of Fame” with a deep dive into the 2019 Academy Award winning documentary “American Factory”, the workplace story set in post-financial crisis Ohio, and what happens when a Chinese billionaire opens a new factory in the shell of an abandoned General Motors automotive plant.
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