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.
On September 12, 2019, the host of Honest HR and our beloved friend and colleague, Callie Zipple passed away, she was 32.
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 Parker McKenna talks about how HR is at the center of everything because people and money are the center of everything business does (talk about influence!).
How being your authentic self at work can lead to success - even if you're not everyone's cup of tea all the time.
Callie talks to Sam about creating workplace environments where people raise their hands for opportunities and are curious; and also what it looks like to take ownership of your professional growth.
Callie gives an update on what's next for Honest HR. We'll be back...
A bonus conversation with HR pros Jon Thurmond and Wendy Dailey, from The HR Social Hour Podcast, on networking and communication.
How you cultivate and own your relationships with people is important. There's so much behind what you can do with networking.
Your brand is your reputation, you can blend your personal and professional interests. You're a person and a person who does HR.
D & I is a journey that starts with getting in the right headspace for diversity and evaluating the assumptions and stereotypes that exist.
There is a science to addressing generations in the workplace; the balance is laser-focusing on how age diversity can unite and not divide organizational culture.
When organizations learn to capitalize on aspects of diversity that are visible AND invisible, and really understand that inclusion is what makes diversity work - it can help them to get ahead faster.
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.