VC Insights: HR Tech Growth with Philip Dur of PeakSpan Capital Recorded live at the HR Tech Conference from the Fuel50 booth in Las Vegas, Chad & Cheese sit down for a candid conversation with Philip Dur, co-founder of Peakspan Capital. They discuss partnering with growth-stage companies post-product market fit, offering domain expertise and capital. Dur also highlights focus, talent, […]

The Impact of AI on Modern Leadership with Jennifer Dulski’s no better time than the present to talk about AI. In this episode of Transform Your Workplace, guest Jennifer Dulski, CEO of Rising Team, offers insights on the recent and transformative role of AI in the modern workplace. Jennifer shares her firsthand experiences, emphasizing how AI, when combined with […]

HR Works Podcast 267: Build Teams That Can Thrive During Change Simon Taylor, Head of Organizational Effectiveness at Gap Inc. Why is organizational effectiveness essential in building thriving, high-performing workforces? Where can HR teams make their biggest contribution to organizational effectiveness, and what are some red flags of organizational ineffectiveness that HR leaders should be looking out for in 2024? […]

The CandEs Shop Talk With Steve Bartel (#195) CandEs Shop Talk Podcast welcomes Steve Bartel, Co-Founder and CEO at Gem, an all-in-one hiring solution that includes sourcing, CRM, talent marketing, analytics, and now an ATS — and a trusted CandE sponsor. Listen in on how improving candidate experience impacts recruiting and the business bottom line. Go to […]

The Essentials of Payroll Year-End and Starting 2024 Off Right Essentials of Payroll Year-End and Starting 2024 Off Right Hosts: Steve Boese, Trish Steed Guest: Tom Hammond, Vice President of Strategy, Partnerships, and Business Development, Paychex This episode of At Work in America is sponsored by Paychex, one of the leading providers of HR, payroll, retirement, and insurance solutions for […]

No Age Limitations: Old Workers Rebel against Employer Bias

The ADEA, or the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, is meant to protect older workers from disadvantages in job searching and while employed. Whether it’s assumptions about technology skills or desires to see a longer tenure from a new hire, older people in the workforce face several hurdles that can result in discrimination allegations. In today’s episode, Chuck and John go through three different scenarios where there were violations of the ADEA and how they could have been avoided. In the HR News segment, the team touches on the following topics and more:A social media post inciting hate crime and discrimination issues with the law in MichiganThe importance of keeping up with the official sortsQuestions that can be asked regarding service animalsThe impact of quality sleep on 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.

Developing People Capabilities with Mary Glowacka, Rolls-Royce

HR Chat podcast this HRchat episode, we talk about developing strategic people capabilities in times of business transformation. Bill’s guest this time is Mary Glowacka, Learning & Leadership Development Lead at Rolls-Royce. With 15+ years of strategic practitioner experience with an unusual journey from operations into HR, Mary is also a member […]

301: Reflecting on the past 300 Episodes Heather on this powerful episode where she reflects back on the last 300 episodes and the journey that has been Leadership with Heart. From the inaugural episode to the latest installment, she revisits pivotal moments that have shaped this podcast. Join her in this concise reflection on the evolution […]

Measuring Employer Branding Impact w/ Lauren Hodgson of Qualtrics Hodgson – – Is the Global Head of Employer Branding @ Qualtrics, a true thought leader, innovator, and leader that provides so much value on today’s episode. Her insights on Qualtrics 2024 Employer Branding efforts, how she measures Employer Branding Efforts/Impact, and how employer branding impacts Qualtrics recruitment/retention […]

Joshua Berry on How Companies Can Create Value and Make a Positive Impact

CLICK MP3 LINK BELOW TO STREAM AUDIO a 2020 Deloitte survey, 93% of CEOs advocated for businesses to make a positive impact beyond profits. Also, consumers favor companies contributing to society or the environment, as indicated by 83% in the same survey. Gallup’s 2019 study revealed that employees aligned […]

Exploring HR’s Narrative Power with Johnson & Johnson’s Doug Shagham Recorded live at the HR Tech Conference from the Fuel50 booth in Las Vegas, Chad & Cheese interview Doug Shagham, Head of People Data and Insights at Johnson & Johnson. Shagam shares his unconventional journey from aspiring drummer to data analytics, emphasizing the power of people analytics and storytelling […]

Skills Based Talent Planning for Visibility, Opportunity and Inclusion this podcast episode, host Cindi Koetzle interviews Jason Cerrato, VP of Market strategy at Eightfold, about skills-based talent planning. This approach differs from traditional planning through its expansion into skills intelligence and its focus on work planned for the future. Jason explains benefits of skills-based planning including improved visibility […]

Managing the Ethics of AI

HR Chat podcast this episode of the AI series, Pauline James and David Creelman delve into the intersection of artificial intelligence, HR practices, ethics, and law. The extended edition offers up three expert guests – Frank Rudzicz, Kate Bischoff, and Jesslyn Dymond – to discuss the ethical considerations, legal risks, and potential […]

HR Work Break: The Loneliness Epidemic US Surgeon General recently deemed loneliness and isolation and “epidemic” as over half of Americans reported experiencing measurable levels of loneliness. What can HR leaders do to better support their employees’ mental health? Bestselling author Erica Kezwin joins HR Work Break to discuss the loneliness epidemic, employee mental health, […]