Diversity and Inclusion

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#WorkTrends The Bigot in Your Mental Boardroom

WorkTrends has been focusing on diversity and inclusion not as buzzwords, but as actions. Meghan invited Elena Joy Thurston to the podcast to share her story. Elena is the founder and speaker of the PRIDE and Joy Foundation and has Read more

Leadership

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#WorkTrends Leading Organizations to Resilience and Diversity

No question: businesses and employees are going through a lot. The pivot to remote. Changing laws and regulations (sometimes overnight). Safety — and not just physical, but emotional as well. How should we best deal with the pressures of working Read more

ATS

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#WorkTrends Getting Real About ATS

We may be at a tricky point in the economy, but hiring is on many company’s minds — along with what tools can help. So Meghan brought in Doug Coull, founder and CEO of APS, Inc.— the makers of SmartSearch Read more

Leadership in a crisis

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#WorkTrends Leading Through Uncertainty

These times have truly challenged us all, leaders or not, to look at the critical role leadership plays in a crisis. Doug Butler of Reward Gateway came to #WorkTrends with plenty of answers to the pressing question: what’s the best Read more

Assessing Digital Skills for Hiring Now

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#WorkTrends: Assessing Digital Skills for Hiring Now

Remote work has gone from luxury to a form of everyday survivorship with technical, practical and cultural challenges. It’s also shifted the hiring process further into the digital sphere — whether we like it or not. Sean O’Brien, Senior VP … Read more

VR

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#WorkTrends: Improving Work Culture with VR

Newsflash: We may be unintentionally undermining our working relationships. Remote working has brought with it some vexing challenges, including distractions, Zoom fatigue, and even incivility. Taken out of physical context, we tend to misread and misinterpret each other. And that … Read more

#WorkTrends: Innovating a Culture of Wellness

#WorkTrends: Innovating a Culture of Wellness

COVID-19 has radically changed our conception of wellness and what it really means. It’s also created a new imperative for employers —  to integrate wellness into their work culture. In fact, wellness shouldn’t be an add-on. To meet the needs … Read more

#WorkTrends: Managing Down, Up, and Across: Best Practices

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#WorkTrends: Managing Down, Up, and Across: Best Practices

People always create the culture, especially at work. And when Meghan M. Biro and tech and workplace innovator Dr. Janice Presser joined forces on this week’s #WorkTrends, what emerged was a new compact for managing not just teams, but everyone … Read more

#WorkTrends: Outsourcing HR: Why and How

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#WorkTrends: Outsourcing HR: Why and How

The global health crisis and its economic repercussions have pushed companies to innovate in new ways — and that includes HR. Meghan M. Biro and Paychex’s Tom Hammond used this episode of #WorkTrends as an opportunity to look at the Read more

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#WorkTrends: Culture That Counts Right Now

Now more than ever, the culture of a company matters. From values to purpose to behaviors, culture is what crosses through every level of an organization and connects its people together. This week on #WorkTrends, Meghan M. Biro and Organizational … Read more

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#WorkTrends: Remote Working: Craving Knowledge and Skills

Is working remotely actually working? At this point, it has to. And the good news is we want it to. Remote working was already on the rise before mandatory work from home orders. From leaders to managers to employees, we Read more

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#WorkTrends: Mapping the Future of Workforce Skills

We’re learning that the term social distancing may not be precisely right — physical distancing is more like it. Socially, we’re finding all sorts of ways of staying close. The same is true with the term soft skills. As Read more

The AI-Powered Leadership Coach

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#WorkTrends: The AI-Powered Leadership Coach

If there’s a silver lining to this global pandemic, it may be that we’re all getting a lot more familiar with AI, data and AI-driven analysis. When researchers and policy makers explain the forecasting changes based on a constant influx Read more

How to Make Your Work Culture Rock

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#WorkTrends: How to Make Your Work Culture Rock

What does a person do when the pressure is on them? That’s what NY State Governor Andrew Cuomo asked in his daily press conference on March 26. The same could be asked of our organizations. In her #WorkTrends conversation with Read more

The Power of Business Readiness

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#WorkTrends: The Power of Business Readiness

Meghan M. Biro sat down with Tim Minahan, the Executive Vice President of Business Strategy and Chief Marketing Officer at Citrix, for a frank discussion about being ready for anything in your business — including COVID-19. Meghan and our team Read more

AI, VR, and the Internal Communication Revolution

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#WorkTrends: AI, VR, and the Internal Communication Revolution

We’re all suffering from both information overload and information under-load right now. As companies struggle to communicate with their employees and navigate a global health crisis, one thing is crystal clear: communication is rarely as clear and effective as we’d Read more

eam Up Marketing and HR to Attract, Engage and Retain Talent

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#WorkTrends HR + Marketing: Employer Brand Superteam

Meghan M. Biro brought not one but two guests to the #WorkTrends podcast this week: Diane Adams, Sprinklr’s Chief Culture and Talent Officer, and Grad Conn, Sprinklr’s Chief Experience and Marketing Officer. The topic: what happens when HR and marketing Read more

Worktrends

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#WorkTrends: Great Expectations: Living Your Employer Brand

This month TalentCulture has been focusing on how people and companies can learn to do better. Nowhere is that more crucial than in the sphere of employer brands. We’re in an era now where companies don’t have full control over Read more

Why Companies Need to Value a Great Candidate Experience

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#WorkTrends: Why Companies Need to Value a Great Candidate Experience

Ever since the Talent Board started researching candidate experience, at least some employers have been paying more attention to improving the applicant’s journey. Applying to a company can unearth all sorts of issues — including what #WorkTrends guest Kevin W. Read more

The Journey to a Great Employer Brand

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#WorkTrends: The Journey to a Great Employer Brand

#WorkTrends host Meghan M. Biro sat down with employer brand expert Susan LaMotte to talk about the power of great employer brands — and why every organization needs to assess whether their own employer brand conveys the essence or the Read more

Email Still Matters: Etiquette for Today’s Users

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#WorkTrends: Email Still Matters: Etiquette for Today’s Users

Here’s a term for you: email brick. It’s that dense blob of text in an email that starts at the top and doesn’t come up for air until the end. No line breaks, paragraphs or bullet points, and often, Read more

Acing the Metrics: Reading the Data on Engagement

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#WorkTrends: Acing the Metrics: Reading the Data on Engagement

Sometimes a #WorkTrends episode answers a trending question so clearly it’s as if we never have to ask the question again. That’s what happened when Meghan M. Biro sat down with Leila Zayed of Best Companies Group to talk about Read more

The Human Impact of Data Literacy

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#WorkTrends: The Human Impact of Data Literacy

Jordan Morrow joined Meghan M. Biro for the January 24, 2020 #WorkTrends podcast sponsored by Qlik. The topic: data literacy. It may sound simple enough, but it’s far from it. Meghan notes that 60% to 73% of all enterprise Read more

#WorkTrends The Empathy Gap

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#WorkTrends: The Empathy Gap

Dr. Gleb Tsipursky, the CEO of Disaster Avoidance Experts, joined Meghan M. Biro for the January 17, 2020 #WorkTrends podcast. The topic: disasters, of the workplace kind. Dr. Tsipursky is a consultant, cognitive neuroscientist and expert on behavioral economics. Noting Read more

The myth of employee engagement

#WorkTrends: Why Employee Engagement is a Joke

Mark Babbitt joined Meghan M. Biro for the January 10, 2020 #WorkTrends podcast to talk about employee engagement. Meghan brought up the fact that only half of all employees feel like they have a career, and Mark concurred. We’ve turned Read more