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Join Amber, Gloria and Wendy as they uncover and explore uncomfortable, complicated and sometimes wonderful workplace truths. Influencers in their own right, these podcast hosts get candid with HR movers and shakers about how they translate intent into action in their organizations. Culture, compliance, equity—nothing's off the table! This is a podcast approved for SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP recertification PDCs. Details are inside each qualifying mini-series episode.
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Hear from Chatrane Birbal and Lisa Horn discuss the impact of this year’s election results, policy not politics and how HR professionals can ensure that public policy doesn’t have unintended consequences.  Host Amber Clayton guides this discussion with SHRM’s Government Affairs team and how today’s issues intersect what’s going on in the workplace. --EARN SHRM RECERTIFICATION PDCs FOR LISTENINGHonest HR podcast episodes will help you build your competencies while earning professional development credits (PDCs) toward your SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP recertification! All you have to do is listen to a full mini-series to earn PDCs! All relevant details, including the Activity IDs, are provided during the podcast recording itself.The Honest HR podcast is only one of SHRM's podcast offerings. And currently, it is the only one approved for recertification PDCs.
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Just in time – did you know it’s National Disability Employment Awareness Month!  On the 30th anniversary of the landmark Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), host Amber Clayton dives into a discussion with Jennifer Sheehy and Louis Orslene from the DOL. Don’t miss this episode and find out if you know what is considered a "reasonable accommodation" under the ADA in 2020. Key episode takeaway: "We protect individuals by requiring employers to make “reasonable accommodations"---EARN SHRM RECERTIFICATION PDCs FOR LISTENINGHonest HR podcast episodes will help you build your competencies while earning professional development credits (PDCs) toward your SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP recertification! All you have to do is listen to a full mini-series to earn PDCs! All relevant details, including the Activity IDs, are provided during the podcast recording itself.The Honest HR podcast is only one of SHRM's podcast offerings. And currently, it is the only one approved for recertification PDCs.
Listen to this episode because Honest HR is back! This season of Honest HR brings three new hosts to explore the complicated and sometimes wonderful sides of the workplace. In each episode, you'll hear different combinations of Amber, Gloria, and Wendy taking on topics, sometimes together, sometimes not. In this first episode get to know them as they dive into the tidal wave that's been 2020, discussing remote work challenges, social unrest, and the juggling act of managing personal and professional issues.Key episode takeaway: This year has been unexpected, to say the least.---EARN SHRM RECERTIFICATION PDCs FOR LISTENINGHonest HR podcast episodes will help you build your competencies while earning professional development credits (PDCs) toward your SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP recertification! All you have to do is listen to a full mini-series to earn PDCs! All relevant details, including the Activity IDs, are provided during the podcast recording itself.The Honest HR podcast is only one of SHRM's podcast offerings. And currently, it is the only one approved for recertification PDCs.---This episode is not eligible for PDCs, but future episodes will be. 
This week we are continuing our rebroadcast of our popular three-part mini-series on business acumen. This is part three of that mini-series, Strategic Planning for HR Teams.Katie Powers, Director of Human Resources at Path Forward, an organization that empowers US healthcare providers with technology solutions, discusses the BIG topic of strategic planning. How it's a necessity for your plans to be fluid and flexible, what that looks like, and keeping your team on track with top-level business goals. /////EARN SHRM RECERTIFICATION PDCs FOR LISTENINGHonest HR podcast episodes will help you build your competencies while you earn professional development credits (PDCs) toward your SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP recertification! The Honest HR podcast is only one of SHRM's podcast offerings. And currently, it is the only one approved for recertification PDCs./////This episode is part 3 of a three-part series on business acumen.  The other two parts of this series are "Becoming the Sought-After HR Pro and Understanding the Business of Your Org feat. Parker McKenna, SHRM-SCP" and "Transformation Over Transaction: Using Lean and Six Sigma in HR feat. Robin Chapekis, SHRM-SCP"/////When you listen to all parts of the series, you are eligible to receive PDCs for your participation. All relevant details, including the Activity IDs, are provided during the podcast recording itself.
This week we are continuing our rebroadcast of our popular three-part mini-series on business acumen. This is part two of that mini-series and is called Transformation Over Transaction: Using Lean and Six Sigma in HR.During this episode the founder of Svelte HR, Robin Chapeskis, talks process mapping, and process improvement methodologies. The future of HR is going to involve more metrics and more analytics - if it isn't already for you. Our goal with this episode is to help you expand your vision./////EARN SHRM RECERTIFICATION PDCs FOR LISTENINGHonest HR podcast episodes will help you build your competencies while you earn professional development credits (PDCs) toward your SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP recertification! The Honest HR podcast is only one of SHRM's podcast offerings. And currently, it is the only one approved for recertification PDCs./////This episode is part 2 of a three-part series on business acumen. The other two parts of this series are "Becoming the Sought-After HR Pro and Understanding the Business of Your Org feat. Parker McKenna, SHRM-SCP" and "Strategic Planning For HR Teams feat. Katie Powers, SHRM-SCP"/////When you listen to all parts of the series, you are eligible to receive PDCs for your participation. All relevant details, including the Activity IDs, are provided during the podcast recording itself.
This week we are rebroadcasting our very popular three-part mini-series on business acumen. This is part one of that mini-series and is called Becoming the Sought-After HR Pro and Understanding the Business of Your Organization.A conversation on HR influence with Parker McKenna, an expert with 18-years of experience under his belt. Parker has always taken the approach, regardless of his HR title, from the perspective of being an organizational leader first. And second as a professional who is in HR. It's easy to get hung up on titles, but this can actually slow down career growth. Its what's on the inside, and in the workplace how you relay that, that matters. /////EARN SHRM RECERTIFICATION PDCs FOR LISTENINGHonest HR podcast episodes will help you build your competencies while you earn professional development credits (PDCs) toward your SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP recertification! The Honest HR podcast is only one of SHRM's podcast offerings. And currently, it is the only one approved for recertification PDCs./////This episode is part 1 of a three-part series on business acumen. The other two parts of this series are "Transformation Over Transaction: Using Lean and Six Sigma in HR " and "Strategic Planning For HR Teams."/////When you listen to all parts of the series, you are eligible to receive PDCs for your participation. All relevant details, including the Activity IDs, are provided during the podcast recording itself.
This week we are continuing our rebroadcast of our first two-part mini-series on leadership and navigation and communication. This is part two of that mini-series.This episode featured guest Brittany Hanson, a Talent Acquisition Consultant for UW Credit Union in Madison, Wisconsin. You'll hear about the time Brittany, brought humor to a strategic workplace meeting - let's just say it involved purple post its. The reality is not everyone's most authentic self meshes with their entire office. How do you keep from losing yourself when friction presents itself and to build resilience instead./////EARN SHRM RECERTIFICATION PDCs FOR LISTENINGHonest HR podcast episodes will help you build your competencies while you earn professional development credits (PDCs) toward your SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP recertification! The Honest HR podcast is only one of SHRM's podcast offerings. And currently, it is the only one approved for recertification PDCs./////This episode is part 2 of a two-part series on leadership and navigation, and communication. The first part of this series is "Entry Level to Next Level: Bouncing Back from Feedback and Failure and Knowing Your Worth feat. Sam Arpino, M.S."/////When you listen to both parts of the series, you are eligible to receive PDCs for your participation. All relevant details, including the Activity IDs, are provided during the podcast recording itself.
This week we are replaying for you our Honest HR season 2 opener. On this episode, Callie and guest Sam Arpino, previously the Talent & Culture Manager of DoSomething.org and currently the Director of People Operations at the Trevor Project, discuss what it means to "develop an authentic professional version of yourself".  One that you're proud of while understanding there are parts of your personality that may not set you up for success right when you're starting out. /////EARN SHRM RECERTIFICATION PDCs FOR LISTENINGHonest HR podcast episodes will help you build your competencies while you earn professional development credits (PDCs) toward your SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP recertification! The Honest HR podcast is only one of SHRM's podcast offerings. And currently, it is the only one approved for recertification PDCs./////This episode is part 1 of a two-part series on leadership and navigation, and communication. The second part of this series is "Authenticity: Exclamation Marks in Email & Egocentrism feat. Brittany Hanson, MBA"/////When you listen to both parts of the series, you are eligible to receive PDCs for your participation. All relevant details, including the Activity IDs, are provided during the podcast recording itself.
This week on Honest HR, Callie we have a bonus conversation with HR pros Jon Thurmond and Wendy Dailey, from The HR Social Hour Podcast, on networking and communication. If you enjoyed their recent episode, Finding Your Comic Book: Defining Yourself as a Professional, you'll definitely want to hear more!  ---EARN SHRM RECERTIFICATION PDCs FOR LISTENINGHonest HR podcast episodes will help you build your competencies while you earn professional development credits (PDCs) toward your SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP recertification! All you have to do is listen to a full mini-series to earn PDCs! All relevant details, including the Activity IDs, are provided during the podcast recording itself.The Honest HR podcast is only one of SHRM's podcast offerings. And currently, it is the only one approved for recertification PDCs.---This episode NOT apart of a series and is NOT eligible for SHRM recertification PDCs.
On this episode of Honest HR, Erich Kurschat is back! He and Callie continue their conversation on communication and the all too relatable struggle of networking. Networking is hard, and not everyone likes it. But it can be both enjoyable and fruitful. For Erich, that meant reframing what success looked like in a way that was genuine and authentic to his personality style.  Listen in as two self-described introverts discuss shifting your perspective on the uncomfortable world of networking, to focusing on the value of connecting with people in a way that's natural (and maybe even a little fun!).Key episode takeaway: "Anytime you're going to make a connection with someone, whether it's face to face or in some virtual capacity, it's more meaningful if you provide some sort of context."---EARN SHRM RECERTIFICATION PDCs FOR LISTENINGHonest HR podcast episodes will help you build your competencies while you earn professional development credits (PDCs) toward your SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP recertification! All you have to do is listen to a full mini-series to earn PDCs! All relevant details, including the Activity IDs, are provided during the podcast recording itself.The Honest HR podcast is only one of SHRM's podcast offerings. And currently, it is the only one approved for recertification PDCs.---This episode is Part 2 of a two-part series. When you listen to all parts of the series, you are eligible to receive PDCs for your participation.
On this episode of Honest HR, Callie's guests are HR pros Jon Thurmond and Wendy Dailey, from The HR Social Hour Podcast to discuss networking and communication. People react differently to who you are as a person vs. who you are as a professional. They may be intertwined, but sometimes you resonate more as a person than a professional. Some people connect with puppies and others with comic books. How important—and what does it mean—to define your voice as a professional and as a whole person?Your brand is your reputation, you can blend your personal and professional interests. You're a person and a person who does HR. Key episode takeaway: "You need to be OK with your voice evolving. Who you start out as sharing can be difficult, but when you know where you want to be, and you find what you're comfortable talking about that's when you start to become successful." ----Head over to The HR Social Hour Half Hour Podcast with Jon and Wendy and listen to Callie's crossover episode, also recorded live from the SHRM Annual Conference, the Largest HR Conference for HR Professionals!---EARN SHRM RECERTIFICATION PDCs FOR LISTENINGHonest HR podcast episodes will help you build your competencies while you earn professional development credits (PDCs) toward your SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP recertification! All you have to do is listen to a full mini-series to earn PDCs! All relevant details, including the Activity IDs, are provided during the podcast recording itself.The Honest HR podcast is only one of SHRM's podcast offerings. And currently, it is the only one approved for recertification PDCs.---This episode is Part 1 of a two-part series. When you listen to all parts of the series, you are eligible to receive PDCs for your participation.
The talent market has shifted, and people aren't going to get any less diverse. There's no place for the 'if you don't look like me, sound like me, act like me, I'm not going to hire you,' attitudes of yesterday. How can HR pros shift their own thinking as well as help their business leaders and people managers leave assumptions and stereotypes at the door, allowing them to get in the headspace to have those conversations? It starts with asking yourself and others, "What is your intent?" Grab your beverage of choice and stay a while. We're over here having a conversation on the kinds of conversations that put the human back into human resources. Key episode takeaway: "D & I is a journey. Once you step foot in that journey, you're always going to be on it because you're always going to be learning more about people." ---EARN SHRM RECERTIFICATION PDCs FOR LISTENINGHonest HR podcast episodes will help you build your competencies while you earn professional development credits (PDCs) toward your SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP recertification! All you have to do is listen to a full mini-series to earn PDCs! All relevant details, including the Activity IDs, are provided during the podcast recording itself.The Honest HR podcast is only one of SHRM's podcast offerings. And currently, it is the only one approved for recertification PDCs.---This episode is Part 3 of a three-part series. When you listen to all parts of the series, you are eligible to receive PDCs for your participation.
Listen to this episode because there is an art and science side to addressing age diversity in the workplace. On the one hand, it can hinder your organizational culture if you're too focused on varying generations. The balance is in figuring out what are those differences and how the team/(organization) can benefit from each other and create a positive multi-generational culture. What does it look like to allow people to tell their stories and bring their WHOLE SELVES to work; their experiences, past jobs, and way of thinking? How careers shape up is just different now. Bust out the pen ladies and gentlemen, it's time to take notes.Key episode takeaway: "As our workforce continue to change, and as our communities grow, we need to be more open to the way people think, not just how they look and how old they are. Your vibe attracts your tribe. Focus on what it means to work for your company." ---EARN SHRM RECERTIFICATION PDCs FOR LISTENINGHonest HR podcast episodes will help you build your competencies while you earn professional development credits (PDCs) toward your SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP recertification! All you have to do is listen to a full mini-series to earn PDCs! All relevant details, including the Activity IDs, are provided during the podcast recording itself.The Honest HR podcast is only one of SHRM's podcast offerings. And currently, it is the only one approved for recertification PDCs.---This episode is Part 2 of a three-part series. When you listen to all parts of the series, you are eligible to receive PDCs for your participation.
Listen to this episode because there's a business case for diversity besides it being the right thing to do. Most of the diversity and inclusion conversations have been solely focused on race and gender. But many aspects of diversity are not as visible. Diversity of thought has to be brought to the forefront. To allow for people to have different perspectives and kinds of experiences that can be shared at work. While an organization can value diversity, it doesn't necessarily make it an inclusive one. Inclusion is about creating workplaces where people can feel comfortable bringing their WHOLE selves to work. Leaders and managers are only as strong as the people backing and supporting them. Inclusion is what makes diversity work.Key episode takeaway: "We've never seen such a diverse amount of people in the labor pool as we see today. Whether it's through a generation standpoint, race, sexual orientation, social-economic status–everyone is different. When organizations can learn to capitalize on diversity, it can help them to get ahead faster."---EARN SHRM RECERTIFICATION PDCs FOR LISTENINGHonest HR podcast episodes will help you build your competencies while you earn professional development credits (PDCs) toward your SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP recertification! All you have to do is listen to a full mini-series to earn PDCs! All relevant details, including the Activity IDs, are provided during the podcast recording itself.The Honest HR podcast is only one of SHRM's podcast offerings. And currently, it is the only one approved for recertification PDCs.---This episode is Part 1 of a three-part series. When you listen to all parts of the series, you are eligible to receive PDCs for your participation.
Listen to this episode for out of the box thinking about financial wellness. According to data from the Federal Reserves, nearly 40% of Americans would struggle to cover a $400 emergency expense. If this is affecting 40% of Americans—it’s affecting your employees and your bottom line! When employees are losing sleep over unexpected expenses, their work is affected. Customizing any program to meet every individual need can be difficult. What is your organization doing to help employees navigate financial wellness? Think outside the box. Explore unique short-term options alongside longer-term programs. Ensure your employees know about the programs you do provide, and how to access them if they need to. Just because you have a program doesn’t mean your employees know about them! And what they don’t know won’t help.Key episode takeaway: Push past the administrative hurdles and burdens that may come with providing alternative financial wellness programs—it’s benefits like these that can make the difference between a happy engaged employee and one that is looking to leave. ---EARN SHRM RECERTIFICATION PDCs FOR LISTENINGHonest HR podcast episodes will help you build your competencies while you earn professional development credits (PDCs) toward your SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP recertification! All you have to do is listen to a full mini-series to earn PDCs! All relevant details, including the Activity IDs, are provided during the podcast recording itself.The Honest HR podcast is only one of SHRM's podcast offerings. And currently, it is the only one approved for recertification PDCs.---This episode is Part 2 of a two-part series. When you listen to both parts of the series, you are eligible to receive PDCs for your participation.
Listen to this episode because Comp and Ben has its place in HR. You can't have a one-size fits all approach to benefits in multi-generational workplaces. Research supports that a large percentage of Americans would look favorably at an organization that provides a student loan repayment program. But what does that look like? And how does it align overall with what organizations are offering in terms of outside and professional development? This is an episode you're going to want to share!Key episode takeaway: "Benefits are a culture-building tool that affects turnover. They have to be viewed holistically." For more information on the SHRM-Backed loan assistance bill mentioned in this podcast, read more here.---EARN SHRM RECERTIFICATION PDCs FOR LISTENINGHonest HR podcast episodes will help you build your competencies while you earn professional development credits (PDCs) toward your SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP recertification! All you have to do is listen to a full mini-series to earn PDCs! All relevant details, including the Activity IDs, are provided during the podcast recording itself.The Honest HR podcast is only one of SHRM's podcast offerings. And currently, it is the only one approved for recertification PDCs.---This episode is Part 1 of a two-part series. When you listen to both parts of the series, you are eligible to receive PDCs for your participation.
Listen to this episode to get your strategic mindset on. Strategic planning should be on your radar as an HR professional; if your organization is known for strategic planning, so should your HR department.  You’ll also learn if  there is a secret sauce to setting realistic timelines for HR initiatives. Key episode takeaway: “It all goes back to the culture of the organization we work in. If we don't have support from the top down, it's hard for HR to see how strategic planning and HR  are connected.” Interdepartmental relationship management is crucial—keeping up-to-date on other departments and their timelines is essential. No matter how large or small your department is, you can accomplish this without running out of time.---EARN SHRM RECERTIFICATION PDCs FOR LISTENINGHonest HR podcast episodes will help you build your competencies while you earn professional development credits (PDCs) toward your SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP recertification! All you have to do is listen to a full mini-series to earn PDCs! All relevant details, including the Activity IDs, are provided during the podcast recording itself.The Honest HR podcast is only one of SHRM's podcast offerings. And currently, it is the only one approved for recertification PDCs.---This episode is Part 3 of a three-part series. When you listen to both parts of the series, you are eligible to receive PDCs for your participation.
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.Robin describes Lean as reducing known "waste," Six Sigma addresses the unknown causes to reduce variation in processes, etc.Key episode takeaway: "HR is relying on the excuse that we understand human behavior. We give ourselves the free pass to ignore the data." Can we really say anyone truly understands human behavior?---EARN SHRM RECERTIFICATION PDCs FOR LISTENINGHonest HR podcast episodes will help you build your competencies while you earn professional development credits (PDCs) toward your SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP recertification! All you have to do is listen to a full mini-series to earn PDCs! All relevant details, including the Activity IDs, are provided during the podcast recording itself.The Honest HR podcast is only one of SHRM's podcast offerings. And currently, it is the only one approved for recertification PDCs.---This episode is Part 2 of a three-part series. When you listen to all parts of the series you are eligible to receive PDCs for your participation.
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!).Parker talks about being an organization leader first and an HR professional second. He and Callie about about how when HR is "cool" you're doing it right and there's a trickle down effect that creates positive outcomes. You'll want to be sure to catch this episode!---EARN SHRM RECERTIFICATION PDCs FOR LISTENINGHonest HR podcast episodes will help you build your competencies while you earn professional development credits (PDCs) toward your SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP recertification! All you have to do is listen to a full mini-series to earn PDCs! All relevant details, including the Activity IDs, are provided during the podcast recording itself.The Honest HR podcast is only one of SHRM's podcast offerings. And currently, it is the only one approved for recertification PDCs.---This episode is Part 1 of a three-part series. When you listen to all parts of the series you are eligible to receive PDCs for your participation.
Callie and Brittany discuss being your authentic self at work and how it leads to success. You'll want to hear Brittany's examples of using humor and enthusiasm in the workplace. Tune in and hear about what authenticity means for Callie and Brittany and how being authentic in the workplace allows your sincerity to shine through.---EARN SHRM RECERTIFICATION PDCs FOR LISTENINGHonest HR podcast episodes will help you build your competencies while you earn professional development credits (PDCs) toward your SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP recertification! All you have to do is listen to a full mini-series to earn PDCs! All relevant details, including the Activity IDs, are provided during the podcast recording itself.The Honest HR podcast is only one of SHRM's podcast offerings. And currently, it is the only one approved for recertification PDCs.---This episode is Part 2 of a two-part series. When you listen to both parts of the series you are eligible to receive PDCs for your participation.
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Rayann Williams

After listening to your stories I felt happy for both as HR is a wonderful and fulfilling profession. I am also jealous as I studied HR implement and exercise HR almost everyday and I can not get into the field. I see some of peers who didn't study HR lucked into it as well but for not so much... why? I'm not entirely sure. one thing I do know is that I will not give up and one day I'll get my dream career. best of luck of this podcast I really do enjoy listening in.

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