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.
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This week on the HR Happy Hour Show, Steve and Trish were joined by Tom Hammond of Paychex, to talk about innovation in Payroll technology and how HR and Payroll can prepare for end of year 2019 and new regulations coming in 2020.
On this episode of the HR Happy Hour, recorded live at the recent iCIMS Influence 2019 event in Scottsdale, Arizona, Steve and Trish talked talent acquisition and modern TA technology with Alen Brcic, Director of HR Technology at Novant Health, and Joe Essenfeld, VP and GM of iCIMS.
This week on the HR Happy Hour Show Steve and Trish were joined by Dave Ulrich, HR legend and widely known as the father of modern HR. On the show, Dave shared ideas and insights from his latest book, Reinventing the Organization: How Companies Can Deliver Radically Greater Value in Fast-Changing Markets.
This week on the HR Happy Hour Show, Steve and Trish were joined by Mary Battle, employer branding and campus programs lead at Panasonic NA. Mary shared insights on how she approaches creating and sharing the Panasonic employer brand and keeping the company at the forefront of the candidate’s thinking about great places to work.
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This week on the HR Happy Hour Show, Trish and Steve were joined by Jim Rhodes, VP of HRIS at Emerson Electric. We kicked off the show with Trish and Jim talking about their St. Louis connection, and quickly dove into how organizations can go through the selection of transformational HCM technology.
This week on the HR Happy Hour Show, we were joined by Randy Cooper, CEO at PeopleStrategy, one of the most popular guests in show history, to talk about the important ways employer and employee benefits are changing and how new innovations in HR technologies are driving many of these changes.
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