HR Works

The mission of HR Works is to provide clear, relevant, actionable information on topics that matter to HR professionals through engaging and insightful interviews with experts and thought leaders.

HR Works Podcast: Is Your Workforce Stuck in a ‘Performance Paradox’?

Guest: Eduardo Briceño, CEO of and author of The Performance Paradox How can HR leaders unlock a culture of constant growth, development and performance from their workforce? Why does the Performance Paradox challenge so many employees, making them feel stagnant and disengaged, and what can HR leaders do to help break the cycle? In […]

HR Works Podcast: Can the Employee Experience Be Both Personalized and Shared?

Guest: Kamaria Scott, Founder and CEO of Enetic and host of the Manager To Manager podcast As the employee experience continues to become more and more personalized, how can HR teams help ensure their company culture remains shared and unified? What are the most-effective ways for HR teams to measure and truly understand the impact […]

HR Works Podcast: All Aboard! How HR Is Keeping Culture On-Track in Times of Change

Guest: Jesse Meschuk, Senior Advisor at Exequity What role should HR teams play in those (sometimes challenging and uncomfortable) moments immediately following a major company announcement or change impacting the workforce? Is there an opportunity to get involved and begin offering employees support immediately, or is it best to let the dust settle before stepping […]

HR Works Podcast: Powered by AI – Shaping the Future of Your Workforce Training

Guest: Marc Ramos, Chief Learning Officer at Cornerstone How has the emergence of generative AI impacted employee upskilling and training initiatives? What are some innovative ways that L&D leaders can utilize technology for the skills development and growth of their workforce? In this week’s episode of the HR Works Podcast, we are joined by Marc […]

HR Works Podcast: All In! Transform Your Workforce with Coaching Culture

Guest: Whitney Walker, Director of People Operations at Rhymetec What are the signs of a healthy coaching culture? What role can HR teams play in keeping their organization’s approach to coaching fresh, innovative, and engaging? In this latest episode of the HR Works Podcast, Whitney Walker, Director of People Operations at Rhymetec, helps us take […]

HR Works Podcast: Is a ‘September Surge’ Happening in 2023?

Guest: Jâlie Cohen, Group SVP and Head of Global Talent at The Adecco Group Is the ‘September Surge’ actually happening in 2023 or is it just optimistic buzz? And who is currently driving the talent marketplace – Existing employees, prospective talent, or the employers? In this latest episode of the HR Works Podcast, we check […]

HR Works Podcast: 5 Generations, 1 Goal – Keep Your Multigenerational Workforce Motivated

Guest: Lisa Ryan, Founder and Chief Appreciation Strategist of Grategy With five generations of workers currently coexisting in the modern workforce, is each generations looking for the same thing out of their workplace experience in 2023? What factors are keeping these unique generational groups ‘locked-in’, engaged, and motivated? In this week’s episode of the HR […]

HR Works Podcast: What Does Workplace Flexibility Mean in 2023?

Guest: Kathy Cullen-Cote, Chief People Officer at Teradata What does it mean to have a fully flexible work environment in 2023? What elements of the employee experience need to be factored into making a decision on the balance between in-office and remote work? In this latest episode of the HR Works Podcast, Kathy Cullen-Cote, Teradata‘s Chief […]

HR Works Podcast: Busting Remote Workforce Myths

Guest: Kelly Scheib, Chief People Officer at Crunchbase Can company culture still be built and clearly defined with a fully remote workforce? Are employees less productive when they are not in a shared office space together? In this latest episode of the HR Works Podcast, we are joined by Kelly Scheib, Chief People Officer at Crunchbase, to […]

HR Works Podcast: Get Your Workforce PWFA-Ready! (Part 2) – Reasonable Accommodation

Guest: Paige Hoster Good, Attorney and Shareholder with McAfee & Taft What constitute as “reasonable accommodations” under the newly proposed Pregnant Workers Fairness Act (PWFA) regulations? What steps are employers required to take when a qualified employee requests accommodation for a “known limitation” due to pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical condition? Our coverage around the […]