Sharlyn Lauby, HR Bartender founder and ITM Group president
In a business landscape forged through emerging workplace technology, the role of HR continues to evolve. So how can HR professionals bridge the gap between their people and technology to actively participate in employee experience initiatives?
In this episode of HR Break Room, recorded at the Society for Human Resource Management 2019 Annual Conference & Exposition, Lauby joins hosts Jennifer Kraszewski and Caleb Masters to discuss:
Robin Schooling, Peridus Group managing partner for HR People + Strategy
Technological advancements are rapidly changing workplace communication, the employee experience and organizational culture. With people expecting more from technology’s capabilities in general, employees’ expectations of on-the-job tech also increases.
As we prepare to enter a new decade, workers’ adoption of new HR technology continues to become more crucial and necessary. But in an ever-evolving workplace, how can technology promote productivity, efficiency and success?
In this episode of HR Break Room, Robin Schooling joins us at the 2019 HR Technology Conference to discuss:
Dave Ryan, Illinois State Council for the Society for Human Resource Management former director
Brad Galin, Allegro HR president and principal consultant
Networking at HR conferences is an integral part of your organization’s growth, helping you gain new clients and brand advocates. These conferences also provide valuable takeaways through breakout sessions and keynote talks.
How can HR professionals use conferences to build their reputation, provide actionable applications for their workplace, and get leadership excited to implement new initiatives?
In this episode of HR Break Room, recorded at the 2019 Society for Human Resource Management Annual Conference & Exposition, Brad Galin and Dave Ryan join host Caleb Masters to discuss:
Barbara Corcoran, founder of The Corcoran Group and investor on ABC’s Shark Tank
A typical organization has undergone five major companywide changes in the past three years, according to Gartner, with nearly 75% expecting more transformation in the future. Even workforce demographics have recently changed, shifting to a millennial and Gen Z majority.
How can HR use available resources to overcome these challenges and lead their organizations to business success?
To answer, HR Break Room welcomes Barbara Corcoran, world-renowned investor, host of the Business Unusual podcast and bestselling author of Shark Tales: How I Turned $1,000 into a Billion Dollar Business.
In this episode, Corcoran discusses:
You know that everything your employees do has a cost. But do you know where you’re paying twice for them to complete the same task? Do you know about the unnecessary administrative burden that keeps HR from creating and implementing company strategies, engaging with employees and addressing critical workforce issues? Many paths exist to help you avoid areas of profit drain, with employee usage of HR technology serving as your compass.
In the first edition of our new segment, An HR Break Room Take 5, we check out Paycom’s revolutionary new tool, Direct Data Exchange, the industry’s first comprehensive look into the efficiencies gained and remaining through employee usage of HR technology.
Host Caleb Masters interviews Ernst & Young analyst Ari Teichman and HR professionals who use Direct Data Exchange to discuss:
Steve Boese, HR Technology Conference co-chair and HR Happy Hour co-host
An International Data Corporation study found that 85% of enterprise decision-makers say they have two years to make significant progress toward a digital transformation or they will fall behind competitors. With Ernst & Young reporting a cost of $4.39 for every point of manual HR data entry, and workplace technology expectations of today’s employees shifting to a more consumer-friendly experience, the cost of performing HR tasks without self-service tech has never been more evident.
How can HR create a better employee experience and lead a digital transformation that benefits the bottom line?
In this episode of HR Break Room, Boese joins host Caleb Masters to discuss:
Jenn Lim, Delivering Happiness CEO and co-founder
Low employee engagement costs U.S. organizations up to $550 billion annually, according to Gallup. And with Gallup also reporting highly engaged teams generate 21% greater profitability, fostering an organization of happy people is more important than ever.
How can organizations meet the expectations of today’s top performers to create a workplace full of engaged, happy employees?
In this episode of HR Break Room, recorded at the Society for Human Resource Management 2019 Conference & Exposition, Lim joins hosts Caleb Masters and Dickens Aubourg to discuss:
According to Pew Research, 92% of Gen Zers report going online every day, and 24% say they are online almost constantly. With Gen Z and millennial employees expecting more efficient ways to work using technology, especially via mobile devices, organizations need to be prepared for the cultural and digital transformations required to recruit top talent in today’s workplace.
In this episode of HR Break Room, recorded at the Society for Human Resource Management 2019 Conference & Exposition, Wakeman joins hosts Caleb Masters and Dickens Aubourg to discuss:
To learn more about utilizing mobile technology to streamline processes and free yourself up to be more strategic, read our white paper, Is Your Business App-rehensive? How to Lead a Digital Transformation in Your Workplace.
Tim Sackett, HRU Technical Resources president and author of The Talent Fix: A Leader’s Guide to Recruiting Great Talent
Kris Dunn, Kinetix CHRO, founder of the blogs Fistful of Talent and The HR Capitalist, and author of The 9 Faces of HR: A Disruptor’s Guide to Mastering Innovation and Driving Real Change
Although internet and mobile technology have changed the way we generally go about our days, one area in the U.S. has yet to catch up: the workplace. With today’s workforce expecting business technology on the job, who is responsible for bringing your workplace up to speed, and what skill sets are needed?
In this episode of HR Break Room, recorded at the Society for Human Resource Management 2019 Conference & Exposition, Sackett and Dunn join hosts Caleb Masters and Dickens Aubourg to discuss:
Learn how to streamline processes and free yourself to be strategic with digital technology by reading our white paper, Is Your Business App-rehensive? How to Lead a Digital Transformation in Your Workplace.
Jennifer McClure, CEO of Unbridled Talent and DisruptHR
With Gallup’s State of the Global Workforce report showing 85% of employees are disengaged, the way we conduct work is no longer as effective or attractive to top talent. How can HR disrupt the status quo and challenge outdated processes to become leaders in their workplace?
In this episode of HR Break Room, recorded at the 2019 Society for Human Resource Management Annual Conference & Exposition, Jennifer McClure joins hosts Caleb Masters and Tiffany Gamblin to discuss:
Louis R. Lessig, Brown & Connery, LLP partner
On March 7, the U.S. Department of Labor proposed a rule that boosts the salary threshold at which workers are eligible to receive overtime, making a major change to employee exemption criteria under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
If finalized, the rule will extend overtime protections to more than a million currently exempt workers making less than $35,308 per year. It also would represent financial and operational challenges for employers, who will have to evaluate how their employees are scheduled and paid, in order to mitigate labor costs and exposure under the FLSA.
In this episode of HR Break Room, recorded at the Society for Human Resource Management 2019 Conference & Exposition, Louis R. Lessig joins hosts Caleb Masters and AJ Griffin to:
Callie Zipple, SHRM field services director and host of SHRM’s Honest HR podcast
Dickens Aubourg, Paycom director of client learning
At this year’s Society for Human Resource Management’s (SHRM) Annual Conference & Exposition, held June 23-26 in Las Vegas, we sat with HR industry thought leaders, conference speakers and SHRM staffers for conversations in HR Break Room’s studio on the expo floor.
To kick off our special series of episodes recorded at SHRM19, Callie Zipple, host of the Honest HR podcast, joins the HR Break Room to discuss:
Paycom’s SHRM 2019 HR Break Room guest co-hosts:
Jennifer Kraszewski, Paycom Vice President of Human Resources
Dickens Aubourg, Paycom Director of Client Learning
Tiffany Gamblin, Paycom HR Manager
As with every summer, HR personnel nationwide prepare for one of the industry’s biggest events: the SHRM Annual Conference & Exposition. Paycom is headed to Las Vegas for SHRM19, with HR Break Room tagging along to record episodes with some of the conference’s biggest speakers.
In this special preview episode of HR Break Room, host Caleb Masters is joined by Paycom’s SHRM 2019 guest co-hosts to learn:
Meghan M. Biro, founder and CEO of TalentCulture
According to Gallup’s recent State of the Global Workplace report, only 15% of the global workforce is engaged on the job. With U.S. turnover rates as high as 60.5%, according to the Society for Human Resource Management, retaining top talent remains a high priority for organizations nationwide.
In this episode, Meghan M. Biro returns to the HR Break Room for a conversation with hosts Caleb Masters and Jason Bodin on:
Michael Gale, co-author of The Digital Helix: Transforming Your Organization’s DNA to Thrive in the Digital Age and host of Forbes Insights’ Futures in Focus podcast
According to author Michael Gale in The Digital Helix, “Digital transformations are everywhere: business to business, business to consumer, and even government to citizens. Digital transformation promises a bridge to a digital future, where organizations can thrive with more fluid business models and processes.”
How can HR lead the adoption and implementation of technology to transform their own workplace?
In this episode of HR Break Room, hosts Caleb Masters and Braeden Fair are joined by Gale to discuss:
Sharlyn Lauby, SHRM-SCP, founder of HR Bartender
Do you know where you’re paying twice for employees to complete the same task – or even to correct it when it was completed incorrectly? Everything employees do for your organization has a cost: $4.39 for every data entry, according to Ernst & Young research. By giving your workforce direct access to their employee data, HR no longer has to spend their day on duplicated tasks, allowing them to focus on what they are most passionate about: people-based initiatives.
In this episode of HR Break Room, HR Bartender’s Sharlyn Lauby rejoins hosts Caleb Masters and Jason Bodin to discuss:
Liz Fosslien, co-author of No Hard Feelings: The Secret Power of Embracing Emotions at Work and head of content at Humu
According to a recent study from the Yale Center of Emotional Intelligence, one out of every five employees reported high engagement and high burnout. With Gallup reporting that burned-out employees are 63% more likely to take a sick day and 2.6 times as likely to actively seek a new position, having an emotionally stressed and exhausted workforce is costly.
In this episode of HR Break Room, Liz Fosslien, co-author of the recently released book No Hard Feelings, joins hosts Caleb Masters and Chelsea Justice to discuss:
Peter Cappelli, George W. Taylor professor of management and director of the Center for Human Resources at The Wharton School
According to Gallup, only 12% of employees say their company does a good job onboarding. With the war for talent still waging in today’s low-unemployment economy, organizations nationwide continue to search for new ways to attract, retain and keep new hires engaged once they’ve started their job.
In this episode of HR Break Room, Peter Cappelli joins hosts Caleb Masters and Braeden Fair to discuss:
Kris Dunn, Kinetix CHRO and founder of the blogs Fistful of Talent and The HR Capitalist
According to Boston Consulting Group research, companies with more diverse management teams generate nearly 20% greater revenue. Like players in one of sports’ greatest spectacles, top talent comes from a wide array of backgrounds, and each performer requires great coaching to succeed.
In this episode of HR Break Room, returning guest Kris Dunn joins host Caleb Masters to discuss:
Discover more lessons HR can learn from collegiate athletics in our on-demand webinar, 5 Strategies HR Can Borrow From College Recruiting Programs, with guest Kris Dunn.
Annie Hanson, University of Oklahoma assistant athletics director of recruiting strategy and administrative engagement
Jennifer Kraszewski, Paycom vice president of human resources
According to LinkedIn, 80% of talent acquisition leaders believe their employer brand has a noticeable impact on their ability to hire great talent. Perhaps no better example of this exists than in college sports. In leveraging an unrivaled brand to recruit top performers to their organization, college athletic recruiters build teams known around the world for winning.
In this episode of HR Break Room, OU football’s Annie Hanson joins Paycom’s Jennifer Kraszewski and host Caleb Masters to discuss the lessons HR can learn from college athletic recruiting, including:
Lou Adler, business consultant and CEO of The Adler Group
Tiffany McGowen, Paycom vice president of recruiting
According to SHRM’s The New Talent Landscape report, 84% of employers see a shortage in skilled applicants, while 68% experience difficulty in filling jobs. In today’s war for talent, the challenge to find qualified candidates for a competitive edge continues to grow, as does the skills gap.
In this episode of HR Break Room, host Caleb Masters sits down with Adler and McGowen to discuss:
Dave Zielinski, business writer for HR Magazine and SHRM.org
HR is undergoing a digital transformation. With so many technology options changing the workplace, how can HR leverage the benefits of employee self-service (ESS) to be more strategic while further empowering their workforce?
According to this year’s Sierra-Cedar HR Systems Survey, 78% of respondents currently use ESS applications in their organizations. That number is expected to rise to 87% in the next year as HR leaders implement ESS to engage employees, increase productivity, decrease labor costs and give their workforce direct and mobile access to their personal data.
In this episode of HR Break Room, business journalist Dave Zielinski joins hosts Caleb Masters and Jason Bodin to discuss:
Jason Lauritsen, employee engagement expert and author of Unlocking High Performance: How to Use Performance Management to Engage and Empower Employees to Reach Their Full Potential
In a recent Deloitte survey, 79% of global executives rated agile performance management as a high priority for their organizations. With the digital transformation of HR impacting companies nationwide as 2019 progresses, HR departments look toward technology to fulfill their recruiting and training initiatives.
In this HR Break Room conversation, workplace culture authority Jason Lauritsen joins hosts Caleb Masters and Chelsea Justice to discuss:
Ilyce Glink, founder and CEO of Best Money Moves
According to a 2018 Prudential report, the number of employers offering financial wellness programs increased from 20% in 2015 to 83% in 2017. With PricewaterhouseCoopers’ 2018 Employee Financial Wellness survey finding that 64% of today’s employees are impacted by student loans and 54% saying they are stressed about finances in general, the demand for financial wellness in the workplace continues to grow.
In this HR Break Room conversation, Ilyce Glink joins hosts Caleb Masters and Chelsea Justice to discuss:
Nick Ismail, content editor of Information Age
A disconnect has emerged between the expectations and needs of CEOs, digital leaders, and HR and finance departments’ ability to support digital transformation efforts related to the employee experience. What are the benefits of having HR technology in your business, and how can HR make the case to embrace the digital transformation within your organization to help engage the workforce?
In this episode of HR Break Room, Information Age content editor Nick Ismail joins hosts Caleb Masters and Jason Bodin to discuss: