Honest HR: A Podcast from SHRM Spilling HR Truths
Summary: Join Callie as she discusses the uncomfortable, ugly, complicated and sometimes beautiful, wonderful truths of the workplace. She's getting real about HR and organizations -- nothing's off the table. HR pros and anyone in the workplace welcome. Now earn SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP recertification PDCs for listening!Details inside each qualifying episode mini-series.
We're looking into financial wellness, short term, and long term organizational offerings—and what that might look like for the paycheck to paycheck living employee.
We're really looking into student loan repayment and tuition reimbursement—how they might look different for multi-generational workplaces.
Strategic planning should be on your radar as an HR professional; if your organization can plan strategically, so should your HR department.
This is the episode to listen to if you want to get the attention of leadership. Using these methodologies HR professionals can show up with numbers and facts and avoid the "I feel like" trap to describe what's happening in the workplace.
On this episode Callie and Parker talk about how HR is at the center of everything because people and money are the center of everything business does (talk about influence!).
Callie and Brittany discuss being your authentic self at work and how it leads to success.
Callie talks to Sam about NOT bringing your whole self to work (gasp!), creating environments for people to raise their hands and be curious and taking full-on ownership of your own growth opportunities.
Callie gives an update on what's next for Honest HR, new and returning guests, topics and more on tap for season two.
Callie and Brittany dive into a discussion on disciplinary actions, how there are no "cookie cutter" rules, that you have to learn to be comfortable in the silence and how this is the no-fun part of HR practice.
Callie and Ann talk about how in HR you are paid to keep secrets, how the most important hires are often those that can come in and create, lead and execute with little supervision, and more on this jam-packed episode of Honest HR.
Callie and Mando talk getting a master's with the help of your employer. Callie's advice: find a path that works for you, own it and live it.
Callie and Logan talk talent calibration in an unlikely industry--difficult conversations, improved performance and clearer expectations.
Callie and Eve talk mental health in the workplace, they provide tips for organizations, leadership, managers and employees.
Callie and Lyndsey talk getting management experience where you can, how some of the smartest people in your org may not be the best managers and how some leaders lead with strong ideas.
Callie and Rebecca talk about how volunteering is a gateway to meeting people, connecting outside of forced networking events and even lifting others up.