Category: Human Resources

Equity in Action: Affirmative Strategies, Self-Care, and Workplace Leadership

Inclusion Crusade 17 – Equity in Action: Affirmative Strategies, Self-Care, and Workplace Leadership Host: Sarah Morgan Guest: Charlie Pleasant, Licensed Clinical Social Worker & Founder/Executive clinician of The Healing Collaborative Welcome back to the Inclusion Crusade, where I am on a mission to create workplaces where employees feel safe, seen and supported. One episode at […]

Navigating the Changing Modern Workplace with Adam Weber

In the latest episode of the Transform Your Workplace podcast, guest Adam Weber offers insights into the evolving role of HR in response to changing workforce dynamics. The discussion covers how HR leaders can navigate evolving expectations, leverage data to substantiate initiatives, increase engagement, and foster psychological safety in the […]

Unlocking Potential: Navigating Autism in the Workplace

Unlocking Potential: Navigating Autism in the Workplace Hosts: Steve Boese & Trish Steed Guest: Keith Wargo, CEO of Autism Speaks Today, we met with Keith Wargo of Autism Speaks to explore how to foster neurodiversity in the workplace. In this episode, we look at the dynamic landscape of autism in the workplace, shedding light on Autism […]

HR Works Podcast 277: Mentor Programs Are Not Your ‘Easy Button’ for L&D!

Guest: Ann Marie Morris, President, AM Morris Consulting What are HR teams looking to achieve when building mentorship programs and offering career-coaching resources to their employees? Are unrealistic expectations being put on mentorship programs serving as a ‘magic bullet’ and the easy solution to the demand for career development resources? […]

We Don’t Know What We Don’t Know

Dive deep as we peel back the corporate curtain, revealing the shocking disconnect between leaders’ expectations and the harsh realities faced by employees. From unpaid overtime at Garnett News Company to deadly safety oversights, discover how policies fail in the face of middle management decisions and workplace culture.Are extensive policies enough when employees suffer and laws are ignored? Join us as we explore the crucial steps needed to bridge the gap, transform organizational culture, and truly protect our workforce. This episode is a wake-up call to all leaders and HR professionals: it’s time to step into the shoes of your employees. Will you rise to the challenge?In the HR News segment, the team touches on the following topics and more:A shift in technical college and apprenticeship focusHiring W2 employees as contract employeesSupport 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.

Cultivating Diversity in the Legal Industry with Juan E. Zúñiga, Rimon Law

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Imagine a legal landscape where diversity isn’t just a buzzword, but the bedrock of practice—a scenario where the symphony of different voices shapes the law itself. That’s the vision Juan E. Zúñiga, Managing Partner of Rimon Law, brings to the table in our latest discussion. With a bicultural heritage fueling […]