Category: Human Resources

BONUS EPISODE: Annie and Lacey on Performance

Join Xenium guests Annie, Director of HR Services, and Lacey, Sr. Director of Client Success, in this week’s bonus episode all about employee performance. We discuss mentorship, top performers, and the ripple effect of low performers on your entire workforce.    A QUICK GLIMPSE INTO OUR PODCAST 🔊 Podcast: Transform Your Workplace, sponsored […]

How to Use the Voice of the Employee to Create a Successful Company Culture

CLICK MP3 LINK BELOW TO STREAM AUDIO How can companies tap into the voice of employees, especially deskless workers, to shape a successful culture? Our guest discusses the importance of listening to frontline perspectives and how technology creates seamless communication exchanges between leadership and staff. Learn creative ways to implement […]

091: Creating High-Impact Presentations and Building a Profitable Speaking Business With Jennifer McClure and Dr. Daniel Crosby [Replay]

I’ve had the best job in the world for over 10 years now – where I have the privilege of speaking on stages and in training rooms to groups of leaders around the world about how to increase their influence, focus strategically, and make a positive impact at work and […]

It’s Time to Defeat the Workplace “Loneliness Epidemic” (and Why RTO Is NOT The Solution!)

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CLICK MP3 LINK BELOW TO STREAM AUDIO Are Ready to Defeat the “Loneliness Epidemic” in the Workplace? No, we’re not serving click-bait on a digital platter! This is reality, wrapped up in hard-hitting stats and amplified by the Surgeon General himself. When half of U.S. adults are singing the “lonely […]

HR Tech Conference Preview: Innovation in HR Tech

HR Tech Conference Preview: Innovation in HR Tech Hosts: Steve Boese, Trish Steed Guest: George LaRocque, Founder of WorkTech and Innovation Summit Chair at the HR Technology Conference  This episode of At Work in America is sponsored by Paychex, one of the leading providers of HR, payroll, retirement, and insurance solutions for businesses of all sizes. After […]

Stories about Employee Rights that Managers and HR Pros Need to Remember – We are all Employees – Part 2

Part 2 of our Employee Rights Series, Chuck and John dive further into how understanding employee rights can not only help your company avoid legal troubles but also improve employee retention.In one case, Amazon had exposed their employees to ergonomic hazards on an ongoing basis. When a situation like this is realized by an employee, what steps would need to take place to correct it? In another story, the team will discuss age discrimination in the application process and whether consequences for statements are a violation of the First Amendment or not.Join the team as they talk about these situations and several more!In the HR News segment, the team touches on the following topics and more:Google learning a lesson in overtime pay ( minor injured while working with equipment prohibited under child labor lawsRemote worker productivityiTutor’s recruiting screening process filtering out applicants over the age of 60Tailoring schedules to productivity peaksSupport 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.