This week, we celebrated our 500th episode with some of our long-time friends and past guests of the show.
This week, we spoke with Meg Bear and Amy Wilson about Human Experience Management (HXM), and their vision and straregy behind it.
This week Steve Boese and George LaRocque talk about the upcoming HR Technology Conference and what they are looking forward to.
This week we talked with Jenny Dearborn from Klaviyo about current issues and trends facing HR leaders today; return to work, inclusion, mental health, and more.
On this episode of Radical Research, Madeline Laurano is joined by Josh Secrest, VP of Client Advisory at Paradox and former Head of Global TA at McDonald’s.
This week we talked with Ed Thompson from Uptimize about neurodiversity at work, embracing diversity of thought, and how inclusion looks when attracting and training new talent.
This week we talked with Jeanne Meister from Future Workplace about prioritizing employee mental health and how to shift the focus from organizational needs to human needs.
This week we talked with Rebecca Ray Ph.D. from The Conference Board about a study they released on employee wellbeing, return to work, and feelings around the pandemic.
This week on the HR Happy Hour Show, we were joined by Jennifer Kraszewski from Paycom to talk about the latest innovation in payroll, BETI.
This week we were joined by Kevin Kelly, Director, Cloud Training Programs at Amazon Web Services to talk about how to help unemployed Americans find new career paths during the pandemic.
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