Government And Organizations Podcasts
Here at HRD, we deliver cutting-edge content, transformative business intelligence and award-winning events to our global network of senior HR leaders in the UK and beyond.<br> <br> Brought to you by the creators of HRD Connect and the HRD Summit, we are delighted to announce our entering the audio sphere with our brand-new weekly podcast HRD Live. HRD Live will feature interviews with a roster of accomplished senior business executives, discussing a spectrum of topics relating to the future of work and maximising people-centric leadership to unlock business value.<br> <br> From fostering organisational agility and building inclusive cultures to the datafication of the HR function, this series will provide best practices to business leaders responsible for driving company culture, managing talent, recruitment and employee engagement; as well as those who have a keen interest in streamlining HR processes to accelerate business performance.
By HRD Live Podcast
Home & Classroom is a podcast by the Child Care Council covering the world of childhood development. It is for parents, teachers, child care providers, and anyone interested in learning about children. We cover a wide range of topics including gardening, health, and community engagement. Hosts and guests are experts in early childhood development and provide tips, activities, and share their stories and experiences. Our vision is to help create a world where all children are understood.
By Capital District Child Care Council
Exploring, enjoying, and conserving Michigan’s great outdoors. Fox and the Forest is a relaxed and varied discussion centered on the intersection of people and nature. While not focused exclusively on the work of the Saginaw Basin Land Conservancy, the podcast is brought to you by the Conservancy staff and their guests. As conservationists and outdoor enthusiasts, the hosts and guests will cover topics that may range from deep-dive conservation issues to birding, to the latest gear for hiking, and nature photography. Each episode will also feature information about outdoor recreation project and programs, as well as environmental or conservation projects in Michigan.
By Saginaw Basin Land Conservancy
Eye on 65 showcases creative ways for public sector plan sponsors to keep the promise of retiree health care. Ask public sector employees why they chose a government job, and many will note the expectation of a stable pension and retiree health benefits. But the percentage of public sector retirees who receive these benefits is shrinking. Five years ago, 83 percent of state and local governments provided retirees health care coverage; today it’s 68 percent. And retirement without health care isn’t very secure. We’re helping public sector plan sponsors make sense of the options available when it comes to their retiree population’s health care benefits, from Group Medicare Advantage Plans to individual Medicare marketplaces—also known as Medicare exchanges—to health reimbursement arrangements, and how they can manage change and help retirees navigate choice. Tune in with Willis Towers Watson’s John Barkett and Marianne Steger to find out how public sector retiree health care promises can be kept.
By Willis Towers Watson’s John Barkett and Marianne Steger
Over the past few years, more and more farmers have been growing small grains again, and even more want to find ways to grow them on their farm. At Practical Farmers of Iowa, we’ve been trying to help with that process. Starting with the first episode “Small Grains: A Revival” – you can learn more about small grains, from the benefits of adding diversity to your crop rotations to growing, harvesting and marketing the crops. Like everything else we do, this series is farmer-led. The podcast is a result of extensive interviews with PFI farmers – young and old, organic and conventional, and from every corner of the state. We also talked with a couple scientists at Iowa State who are avid PFI supporters and focus their careers on diversified rotations and small grains research.
By Practical Farmers of iowa