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Exploring AI’s Revolution in Human Resources and the Rise of Total Talent Thinking with Mervyn Dinnen

HR Chat podcast

In this HRchat, we talk about the impact of AI on the HR function, the evolution of employee engagement, UNLEASH, and a whole bunch more. Bill Banham’s returning guest is Mervyn Dinnen a talent analyst, advising recruitment and HR technology businesses on the emerging trends impacting hiring, retention, and engagement. […]

How the LEGO Group Identifies Talent to Find the Right Fit

Some brands will always hold a special place in our hearts. But just because you’re hiring for someone’s dream job doesn’t guarantee they’ll be the right fit for your team. In this episode of the Employer Branding Podcast, we talk to Andrew Paterson, the Global Employer Brand and Talent Attraction […]

Emotional Intelligence in the Modern Workplace with Dr. Steven Stein

Join a timely discussion about emotional intelligence in the workplace with renowned psychologist and author Dr. Steven Stein. The episode delves into the vital role of EQ in shaping a positive and productive workforce. Amidst the evolving dynamics of remote and digital work environments, Dr. Stein emphasizes the heightened importance […]

Vulnerability, Leadership, and Trust in the Workplace

Vulnerability, Leadership, and Trust in the Workplace Hosts: Steve Boese, Trish Steed Guest: Pat Wadors, Chief People Officer, UKG Today, we spoke with Pat Wadors of UKG about the importance of vulnerability and trust in the workplace. Some of the topics we discussed are: – Building trust in organizations through vulnerability and accountability […]

Listener Q&A – We Answer Your Questions: Got a policy for your policies?

Welcome to another Listener Q&A with The Team at HR Stories! Today’s episode goes into these questions:Is there a type of policy an organization should have that shows the process of suggesting new ideas or policies?Our company is being bought out and there is a new perfect attendance policy. This feels like it will disproportionately impact working parents. Is this legal? How should I address concerns on this?What’s the next step in a sexual harassment claim where there are no evidentiary findings?BONUS QUESTION: Does anyone have a template for an agreement during an interview process stating that the work is used for recruiting purposes only and the company will not use it for other purposes?Support the showThe Ultimate Book of HR Checklists – Getting HR Right: Your Step-by-Step Reference for Avoiding Costly Mistakes. Go to (On sale – take $100 off …only $79 ) Certified and approved for 3 SHRM Recertification Credits.Join the HR Team of One Community on Facebook or visit and sign up for emails so you can be the first to know about new things we have coming up.You can also follow us on Instagram and TikTok at @HRstoriesPodcast Don’t forget to rate our podcast, it really helps other people find it!Do you have a situation or topic you’d like the team to discuss? Are you interested in having Chuck or John talk to your team or Emcee your event? You can reach the Team at for suggestions and inquiries.The viewpoints expressed by the characters in the stories are not necessarily that of The Team at HR Stories. The stories are shared to present various, real-world scenarios and share how they were handled by policy and, at times, law. Chuck and John are not lawyers and always recommend working with an employment lawyer to address concerns.

[InSights] A Blueprint for Staffing Firms Opening a New Office

Welcome to InSights, the staffing podcast from Haley Marketing, built to help you with your recruitment marketing and digital marketing. Whether we’re talking about digital marketing trends or what’s working right now for staffing and recruiting firms across North America, we’re here to share our InSights on how you can stand out, […]