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All Things Work is an audio adventure hosted by Tony Lee, Vice President and Head of Content at the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). Every episode, Tony talks with thought leaders and tastemakers to bring you an insider's perspective on all things work. All Things Work is a podcast from SHRM.
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Research suggests that the missing piece in most organizations’ attempts to increase effectiveness and achieve results is workplace happiness. In this episode of All Things Work, host Tony Lee speaks with Jenn Limm, author of Beyond Happiness, to discuss how to build workplace strategies that spread happiness and, as a result, benefit all employees and the bottom line.Follow All Things Work wherever you listen to podcasts; rate and review the show on Apple Podcasts.Music courtesy of bensound.
Millennials are often described as entitled and obsessed with praise, validation and brunch. These stereotypes fail to recognize the tremendous importance of Millennials in the world of work: Now the largest generation in the workplace, Millennials comprise more than 35 percent of the global workforce, and by 2025, they’ll make up 75 percent all employees. In this episode of All Things Work, host Tony Lee speaks with Bruce Tulgan, an expert on generational issues in the workplace, on how employers can effectively attract and retain the Millennial generation.Follow All Things Work wherever you listen to podcasts; rate and review the show on Apple Podcasts.This episode of All Things Work is sponsored by Namely.Music courtesy of bensound.
The pandemic has made everyone’s jobs harder, and employees are now more stressed, depressed and anxious than ever. They’re also leaving their jobs in record numbers. In this episode of All Things Work, host Tony Lee speaks with Lindsey Garito, SHRM-SCP, Westmed Medical Group’s director of human capital management and total rewards, about how to support employees and take steps to boost satisfaction and retention.Follow All Things Work wherever you listen to podcasts; rate and review the show on Apple Podcasts.This episode of All Things Work is sponsored by PNC Organizational Financial Wellness.Music courtesy of bensound.
The pandemic illustrated how difficult it is for one parent to manage the demands of work and parenthood simultaneously. Working moms are the most visible examples of this challenge. Single dads are in a similar situation and face their own unique difficulties. In this episode of All Things Work, host Tony Lee speaks with Josh Levs, leading expert on the experiences of modern dads in the workplace, on how to create workplaces that better serve and accommodate every parent. Follow All Things Work wherever you listen to podcasts; rate and review the show on Apple Podcasts.Music courtesy of bensound.This episode of All Things Work is sponsored by Namely.
SHRM President and CEO, Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM-SCP, joins All Things Work host Tony Lee to discuss questions explored in SHRM’s new book, Reset: A Leader’s Guide to Work in an Age of Upheaval. As the book’s author, Johnny discusses the role of employer brand and organizational culture when attracting top talent; their intersection with diversity, equity and inclusion; and the steps CEOs and HR leaders can take to reset their organizations.Follow All Things Work wherever you listen to podcasts; rate and review the show on Apple Podcasts.
With reports that more than 75 percent of employees are experiencing burnout at their jobs, workers desperately need a break. One of the best cures for burnout is time off, and a workplace where employees feel good about taking time to recharge, reset and come back refreshed. In this episode of All Things Work, host Tony Lee speaks with Andrea Herron, WebMD’s head of people, on how employers and people managers can foster a culture of work that encourages employees to take the time off they deserve.Follow All Things Work wherever you listen to podcasts. And, be sure to rate and review the show on Apple Podcasts.Music courtesy of bensound.
The concept that companies have an obligation to help improve society is not new, but there is a growing expectation among employees that corporate America should have an active role in driving positive social change. In this episode of All Things Work, host Tony Lee is joined by Elizabeth Doty from the Erb Institute for Sustainability in Business at the University of Michigan to discuss companies’ increasing role in addressing social and political issues.Follow All Things Work wherever you listen to podcasts. And, be sure to rate and review the show on Apple Podcasts.Music courtesy of bensound.This episode of All Things Work is sponsored by UKG.
Reports indicate that the world of work is heading for a “turnover tsunami,” with more than half of employees planning to look for a new job in 2021. This speaks to the importance of managers knowing what to do when employees announce they’ll be moving on. In this episode of All Things Work, host Tony Lee is joined by Adam Rosenthal, an attorney specializing in employment law and author of the new book Managing Employees Without Fear: How to Follow the Law, Build a Positive Work Culture and Avoid Getting Sued. They discuss how managers can ensure business continuity when employees leave—and how they can lead in ways that can keep good employees from departing at all.Follow All Things Work wherever you listen to podcasts. And, be sure to rate and review the show on Apple Podcasts.Music courtesy of bensound.This episode of All Things Work is sponsored by UKG.
Asian-American and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) are no strangers to adversity in the workplace, but their experience often doesn’t receive much attention because of longstanding positive stereotypes of AAPI as hard workers and good employees. In this episode of All Things Work, Kavitha Prabhakar, Deloitte’s chief diversity, equity and inclusion officer, joins host Tony Lee to discuss how these frequent biases adversely impact AAPI employees’ career paths and work experiences, and how employers can help their AAPI employees grow and advance in the workplace.Follow All Things Work wherever you listen to podcasts. And, be sure to rate and review the show on Apple Podcasts.Music courtesy of bensound.This episode of All Things Work is sponsored by UKG.
Vaccines have proven highly effective at halting the occurrence and transmission of COVID-19. Unfortunately, resolving mental health issues in the workplace hasn’t been as successful at reversing the symptoms of depression, stress and anxiety that have reached all-time highs following 14 months of living and working during a public health crisis.  In this episode of All Things Work, host Tony Lee speaks with Dr. Casey Chosewood, the director of the Office for Total Worker Health at NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health) on how to approach employee mental health and steps employers can take to improve the mental health of their employees in a post-pandemic world.Follow All Things Work wherever you listen to podcasts. And, be sure to rate and review the show on Apple Podcasts.Music courtesy of bensound.This episode of All Things Work is sponsored by UKG.
The pandemic has shifted perspectives on remote work and the office footprint and has led to a re-evaluation of headquarter locations. In this episode of All Things Work, host Tony Lee is joined by Grant Morgan, co-founder and CEO of biosafety company R-Zero Systems, to discuss this exodus and share the story behind his own company’s decision to relocate.Follow All Things Work wherever you listen to podcasts. And, be sure to rate and review the show on Apple Podcasts.Music courtesy of bensound.This episode of All Things Work is sponsored by UKG.
The pandemic has undoubtedly changed the future of the workplace, but we really don’t know yet how that will look. In this episode of All Things Work, host Tony Lee is joined by research leader Marcus Buckingham to discuss the impact of COVID-19, how employers can head off the expected turnover tsunami, whether employees’ presence in the office actually matters and why the future of work will hinge on employer flexibility.Follow All Things Work wherever you listen to podcasts. And, be sure to rate and review the show on Apple Podcasts.Music courtesy of bensound.This episode of All Things Work is sponsored by UKG.
Immigration is a tool employers can use to source talent for jobs when the right talent in the right numbers isn’t available domestically to fill open positions. In this episode of All Things Work, host Tony Lee is joined by Grossman Young & Hammond’s Becki Young, an attorney specializing in business immigration, to discuss the state of workplace immigration in the U.S. under the Biden administration and upcoming changes to the rules and procedures that guide how workers move to and from the U.S. for employment.Follow All Things Work wherever you listen to podcasts. And, be sure to rate and review the show on Apple Podcasts.Music courtesy of bensound.This episode of All Things Work is sponsored by UKG.
Trans employees (those identifying as transgender, non-binary and gender queer) are a segment of workers who have historically encountered severe and frequent discrimination at work, including discriminatory hiring, promotion and termination, insensitive treatment and outright physical and sexual assault. In this episode of All Things Work, Jillian Weiss, an attorney specializing in providing legal representation to LGBTQ employees, joins host Tony Lee to discuss the current state of the work environment for trans employees and provide advice for HR and people managers who are new to working with transgender individuals.Follow All Things Work wherever you listen to podcasts. And, be sure to rate and review the show on Apple Podcasts.Music courtesy of bensound.
Resilience and the ability to bounce back after difficult times is definitely an invaluable trait, but COVID-19’s largescale disruption of day-to-day business operations brought into focus the importance of resilience in the world of work, because companies were forced to completely reimagine how to get work done within the constraints of a global health crisis. In this episode of All Things Work, host Tony Lee is joined by Michael Nathanson, CEO of The Colony Group, a nationally recognized wealth advisory firm, and host of the podcast Seeking the Extraordinary. Michael shares the experiences that shaped his own brand of personal resilience and they discuss how business leaders can help their employees and organizations become stronger and more resilient.Follow All Things Work wherever you listen to podcasts. And, be sure to rate and review the show on Apple Podcasts.Music courtesy of bensound.
COVID-19 put a spotlight on employees’ responsibilities to care for family members, such as babies, children, aging parents or any family member requiring regular, ongoing assistance in meeting their basic needs. However, the closure of schools and other care providers, along with the shift to remote work introduced greater risk of employers treating employees with family responsibilities unfairly, because they may be thought of as less dependable and more of a liability than other employees without families. In this episode of All Things Work, host Tony Lee speaks with Cynthia Calvert, an attorney and nationally recognized expert on family responsibilities (or caregiver) discrimination on how HR professionals and people managers can help safeguard against caregiver discrimination in their workplaces. Follow All Things Work wherever you listen to podcasts. And, be sure to rate and review the show on Apple Podcasts.Music courtesy of bensound.This episode of All Things Work is sponsored by PNC.
COVID-19 changed employees' needs and concerns at work, which prompted many companies to change their approaches to employee satisfaction and retention to keep workers from leaving. In this episode of All Things Work, host Tony Lee speaks with leading employee retention expert Dick Finnegan on what companies can do to engage and retain employees, especially working moms, in this new era of work.Follow All Things Work wherever you listen to podcasts. And, be sure to rate and review the show on Apple Podcasts.Music courtesy of bensound.
The arrival of a new presidential administration that actively supports reversing previous cuts to the civil service prompts consideration for the future of public sector employment. In this episode of SHRM’s All Things Work podcast, host Tony Lee speaks with Jason Briefel, director of policy and outreach for the Senior Executives Association, a professional association for the federal workforce’s senior executives. They consider new approaches to public sector talent acquisition aimed at making government employment opportunities more attractive to candidates.Follow All Things Work on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher or wherever you listen to podcasts. Visit us online to learn more about the show and stream all of our episodes. And, be sure to rate and review the show on Apple Podcasts or your podcatcher of choice.Keep up with SHRM by visiting the website and follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram.Music courtesy of bensound.
You probably know Goodwill Industries International for their iconic retail stores, but what you might not know is that the organization also specializes in providing workforce development initiatives at a large scale. In this episode of All Things Work, host Tony Lee speaks with Goodwill’s president and CEO, Steve Preston, on how the organization provides comprehensive employment services that include job training, credentialing programs, direct job placement and online support to not only their 140,000 employees, but also anyone looking for a job. Subscribe to All Things Work on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts. Visit us online to learn more about the show and stream all of our episodes. And, be sure to rate and review the show on Apple Podcasts or your podcatcher of choice.Music courtesy of bensound.This episode of Honest HR is sponsored by PNC.
As a second year of life under the pandemic is underway, workplace and mental health continues to be a serious issue: Reported symptoms of depression and anxiety have tripled and quadrupled since the start of the pandemic and nearly 75 percent of workers say they’re experiencing burnout. In this episode of All Things Work, host Tony Lee talks with Darcy Gruttadaro, Director of the American Psychiatric Association Foundation’s Center for Mental Health, on steps employers can take to actively support their employees’ mental health during this time.Follow All Things Work on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher or wherever you listen to podcasts. Visit us online to learn more about the show and stream all of our episodes. And, be sure to rate and review the show on Apple Podcasts or your podcatcher of choice.Music courtesy of bensound.This episode of All Things Work is sponsored by PNC.
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