ProjectHR https://projectionsinc.com The world of Human Resources changes quickly, and keeping up can be tough! That’s why the team at Projections, Inc., a trusted corporate communications resource for over 30 years, have developed ProjectHR, a weekly, 30-minute podcast designed to help leaders stay in the know. ProjectHR will bring you candid interviews with industry experts, authors, executives, thought leaders, speakers and more! Whether you’re an experienced HR professional, or a leader who just wants to learn more about connecting with your team, this is the podcast for you. Wed, 12 Aug 2020 20:27:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.4.2 The world of Human Resources changes quickly, and keeping up can be tough! That’s why the team at Projections, Inc., a trusted corporate communications resource for over 40 years, have developed ProjectHR, a weekly, 30-minute podcast designed to help leaders stay in the know. ProjectHR will bring you candid interviews with industry experts, authors, executives, thought leaders, speakers and more! Whether you’re an experienced HR professional, or a leader who just wants to learn more about connecting with your team, this is the podcast for you. Projections, Inc. clean episodic Projections, Inc. projecthrpodcast@gmail.com projecthrpodcast@gmail.com (Projections, Inc.) A Projections Resource ProjectHR https://projectionsinc.com/wp-content/uploads/powerpress/itunes-album-cover.jpg https://projectionsinc.com TV-G Atlanta, Georgia Weekly Courageous Cultures: Empowering the Employee Voice (Guests: Karin Hurt and David Dye) https://projectionsinc.com/how-to-get-employees-to-speak-up-karin-hurt-david-dye/ Wed, 12 Aug 2020 20:23:34 +0000 https://projectionsinc.com/?p=6087 On this episode of ProjectHR, Karin Hurt & David Dye explain how to get employees to speak up in the workplace. labor relations specialist

Episode 1.35: Some jobs can be more challenging to fill than others and if you’re looking to hire for a role that directly impacts highly sensitive areas of the business, such as labor relations, well that just adds a whole new level of complexity! On this episode of ProjectHR, we are joined by Kate Jackson, a Partner at Serrano Search, an executive search firm dedicated to labor relations-related recruitment. Here, she explores:

• The shortage of labor relations professionals in the current market;

• The importance of finding the right labor relations hire;

• The qualities of a good labor relations candidate; and

• How a labor relations specialist like Serrano Search can help!

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Kate Jackson

   Recruitment

“It’s extremely important for a company or an organization to have a strong relationship with their union, specifically, their unionized employees. A strong labor relations professional is somebody that’s going to manage the overall labor relations strategy for the company.”

Best Pracices Employee Relations

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Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of ProjectHR. If the information in our weekly conversations and interviews have helped you in your business journey, please head over to wherever you get your podcasts and subscribe to the show. We’d also love it if you left us a five-star review! Your reviews and feedback will not only help us continue to deliver great, helpful content, but it will also help us reach even more amazing professionals just like you!

iTunesStitcherOvercast

Courageous Cultures: Empowering the Employee Voice (Guests: Karin Hurt and David Dye)

Best Practices in Employee Relations: Lowe’s (Guest: Stephanie Miller)

Recruiting Sucks…But It Doesn’t Have To (Guest: Steve Lowisz)

Creating a Culture Of Civility in the Workplace (Guest: Vanessa G. Nelson)

“What’s Your Problem?”: Reframing the Approach to Problem Solving (Guest: Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg)

The Rising Momentum of Corporate Social Responsibility (Guest: Susan McPherson)

Leading Organizational Change Post COVID-19 (Guest: Dr. Mark Rogers)

Updating Your Corporate Social Media Policy (Guest: Bob Oberstein)

Designing A Competitive Employee Benefits Plan (Guest: Jennifer Perera)

Anticipating Staffing Shortages: Do You Have a Plan In Place? (Guest: Michele Vincent)

Emotional Intelligence: Soft Skill or Critical Competency? Sarah Scala

Workplace Wellbeing and Creating a Culture of Wellness by Dr. Bradford Cooper

Putting The Success in Succession Planning: Jim Bitterle

The Inside Gig – Discovering Untapped Talent in your Workplace: Dr. Edie Goldberg

The Power of Dialogue: Effective Communication in the Workplace: Dr. Ada Luz Gonzalez

Leadership Strategies That Increase Employee Engagement: Ted Ma

HR, PR and the Company Experience: Nick Kalm

Employee Communication During A Crisis: Jennifer Orechwa

The Impact of Changing Marijuana Laws on HR : Lisa Nagele-Piazza

Building the Best: 8 Proven Leadership Principles to Elevate Others To Success: John Eades

Helping Employees Navigate Toxic Workplace Experiences: Jana Morrin

Inclusify: The Power of Uniqueness and Belonging To Build Innovative Teams: Dr. Stefanie K. Johnson

Continuous Learning & Employee Engagement: Oliver Bell

Employee Fulfillment Through Alignment Leadership – Chris Meroff

Employee Relations & The Rise of ER Tech – Deb Muller

HR in 2020 – Andrea Hoffer

Wegmans Company Values with Karen Loughlin

Recruitment Strategy: Matt Self

Bias In The Workplace: Jason Greer

Millenials In The Workplace: Chris Tuff

Catching Up With The CUE Conference: Michael VanDervort

Company Culture: Siobhan McHale

Business Innovation: Doug Buce

Employee Engagement & People Analytics: Fiona Jamison

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On this episode of ProjectHR, Karin Hurt & David Dye explain how to get employees to speak up in the workplace. On this episode of ProjectHR, Karin Hurt & David Dye explain how to get employees to speak up in the workplace. Projections, Inc. 1 36 Courageous Cultures: Empowering the Employee Voice clean 39:49
Labor Relations Recruitment: Specialized Talent Demands A Specialized Search (Guest: Kate Jackson) https://projectionsinc.com/job-recruitment-kate-jackson/ Wed, 05 Aug 2020 19:11:29 +0000 https://projectionsinc.com/?p=6056 On this episode of ProjectHR, Kate Jackson, Partner at Serrano Search, explains how they fill highly specialized labor relations jobs. labor relations specialist

Episode 1.35: Some jobs can be more challenging to fill than others and if you’re looking to hire for a role that directly impacts highly sensitive areas of the business, such as labor relations, well that just adds a whole new level of complexity! On this episode of ProjectHR, we are joined by Kate Jackson, a Partner at Serrano Search, an executive search firm dedicated to labor relations-related recruitment. Here, she explores:

• The shortage of labor relations professionals in the current market;

• The importance of finding the right labor relations hire;

• The qualities of a good labor relations candidate; and

• How a labor relations specialist like Serrano Search can help!

job recruitment

Kate Jackson

   Recruitment

“It’s extremely important for a company or an organization to have a strong relationship with their union, specifically, their unionized employees. A strong labor relations professional is somebody that’s going to manage the overall labor relations strategy for the company.”

Best Pracices Employee Relations

Subscribe & Review The ProjectHR Podcast!

Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of ProjectHR. If the information in our weekly conversations and interviews have helped you in your business journey, please head over to wherever you get your podcasts and subscribe to the show. We’d also love it if you left us a five-star review! Your reviews and feedback will not only help us continue to deliver great, helpful content, but it will also help us reach even more amazing professionals just like you!

iTunesStitcherOvercast

Courageous Cultures: Empowering the Employee Voice (Guests: Karin Hurt and David Dye)

Best Practices in Employee Relations: Lowe’s (Guest: Stephanie Miller)

Recruiting Sucks…But It Doesn’t Have To (Guest: Steve Lowisz)

Creating a Culture Of Civility in the Workplace (Guest: Vanessa G. Nelson)

“What’s Your Problem?”: Reframing the Approach to Problem Solving (Guest: Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg)

The Rising Momentum of Corporate Social Responsibility (Guest: Susan McPherson)

Leading Organizational Change Post COVID-19 (Guest: Dr. Mark Rogers)

Updating Your Corporate Social Media Policy (Guest: Bob Oberstein)

Designing A Competitive Employee Benefits Plan (Guest: Jennifer Perera)

Anticipating Staffing Shortages: Do You Have a Plan In Place? (Guest: Michele Vincent)

Emotional Intelligence: Soft Skill or Critical Competency? Sarah Scala

Workplace Wellbeing and Creating a Culture of Wellness by Dr. Bradford Cooper

Putting The Success in Succession Planning: Jim Bitterle

The Inside Gig – Discovering Untapped Talent in your Workplace: Dr. Edie Goldberg

The Power of Dialogue: Effective Communication in the Workplace: Dr. Ada Luz Gonzalez

Leadership Strategies That Increase Employee Engagement: Ted Ma

HR, PR and the Company Experience: Nick Kalm

Employee Communication During A Crisis: Jennifer Orechwa

The Impact of Changing Marijuana Laws on HR : Lisa Nagele-Piazza

Building the Best: 8 Proven Leadership Principles to Elevate Others To Success: John Eades

Helping Employees Navigate Toxic Workplace Experiences: Jana Morrin

Inclusify: The Power of Uniqueness and Belonging To Build Innovative Teams: Dr. Stefanie K. Johnson

Continuous Learning & Employee Engagement: Oliver Bell

Employee Fulfillment Through Alignment Leadership – Chris Meroff

Employee Relations & The Rise of ER Tech – Deb Muller

HR in 2020 – Andrea Hoffer

Wegmans Company Values with Karen Loughlin

Recruitment Strategy: Matt Self

Bias In The Workplace: Jason Greer

Millenials In The Workplace: Chris Tuff

Catching Up With The CUE Conference: Michael VanDervort

Company Culture: Siobhan McHale

Business Innovation: Doug Buce

Employee Engagement & People Analytics: Fiona Jamison

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On this episode of ProjectHR, Kate Jackson, Partner at Serrano Search, explains how they fill highly specialized labor relations jobs. On this episode of ProjectHR, Kate Jackson, Partner at Serrano Search, explains how they fill highly specialized labor relations jobs. Projections, Inc. 1 35 Labor Relations Recruitment: Specialized Talent Demands A Specialized Search clean 28:34
Best Practices in Employee Relations: Lowe’s (Guest: Stephanie Miller) https://projectionsinc.com/employee-relations-best-practices-stephanie-miller/ Wed, 29 Jul 2020 18:23:06 +0000 https://projectionsinc.com/?p=6024 On this episode of ProjectHR, Stephanie Miller, Director of Employee Relations (US) for Lowe's explains how they handle this critical topic. employee relations best practices

Episode 1.34: This is the first in our “Best Practices in Employee Relations” series, where we interview executives at companies and brands you know and love, to find out how they handle this critical topic. On this episode of ProjectHR, we are joined by Stephanie Miller, the Director of Employee Relations (US) for Lowe’s Home Improvement, and she explains:

• The benefits of a good employee relations policy;

• Lowe’s wholistic approach to their labor relations policy;

• How employee relations strategy is shaped by company culture; and

• How the arrival of their new CEO gave Lowe’s an opportunity to reflect on the company.

Stephanie Miller

   Employee    Relations

There’s some basic tenets of what constitutes a healthy, positive workplace. And if your employees don’t get these principles from their management, they’re going to go outside the organization for help with them.”

Best Practices Employee Relations

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Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of ProjectHR. If the information in our weekly conversations and interviews have helped you in your business journey, please head over to wherever you get your podcasts and subscribe to the show. We’d also love it if you left us a five-star review! Your reviews and feedback will not only help us continue to deliver great, helpful content, but it will also help us reach even more amazing professionals just like you!

iTunesStitcherOvercast

Courageous Cultures: Empowering the Employee Voice (Guests: Karin Hurt and David Dye)

Best Practices in Employee Relations: Lowe’s (Guest: Stephanie Miller)

Recruiting Sucks…But It Doesn’t Have To (Guest: Steve Lowisz)

Creating a Culture Of Civility in the Workplace (Guest: Vanessa G. Nelson)

“What’s Your Problem?”: Reframing the Approach to Problem Solving (Guest: Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg)

The Rising Momentum of Corporate Social Responsibility (Guest: Susan McPherson)

Leading Organizational Change Post COVID-19 (Guest: Dr. Mark Rogers)

Updating Your Corporate Social Media Policy (Guest: Bob Oberstein)

Designing A Competitive Employee Benefits Plan (Guest: Jennifer Perera)

Anticipating Staffing Shortages: Do You Have a Plan In Place? (Guest: Michele Vincent)

Emotional Intelligence: Soft Skill or Critical Competency? Sarah Scala

Workplace Wellbeing and Creating a Culture of Wellness by Dr. Bradford Cooper

Putting The Success in Succession Planning: Jim Bitterle

The Inside Gig – Discovering Untapped Talent in your Workplace: Dr. Edie Goldberg

The Power of Dialogue: Effective Communication in the Workplace: Dr. Ada Luz Gonzalez

Leadership Strategies That Increase Employee Engagement: Ted Ma

HR, PR and the Company Experience: Nick Kalm

Employee Communication During A Crisis: Jennifer Orechwa

The Impact of Changing Marijuana Laws on HR : Lisa Nagele-Piazza

Building the Best: 8 Proven Leadership Principles to Elevate Others To Success: John Eades

Helping Employees Navigate Toxic Workplace Experiences: Jana Morrin

Inclusify: The Power of Uniqueness and Belonging To Build Innovative Teams: Dr. Stefanie K. Johnson

Continuous Learning & Employee Engagement: Oliver Bell

Employee Fulfillment Through Alignment Leadership – Chris Meroff

Employee Relations & The Rise of ER Tech – Deb Muller

HR in 2020 – Andrea Hoffer

Wegmans Company Values with Karen Loughlin

Recruitment Strategy: Matt Self

Bias In The Workplace: Jason Greer

Millenials In The Workplace: Chris Tuff

Catching Up With The CUE Conference: Michael VanDervort

Company Culture: Siobhan McHale

Business Innovation: Doug Buce

Employee Engagement & People Analytics: Fiona Jamison

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On this episode of ProjectHR, Stephanie Miller, Director of Employee Relations (US) for Lowe's explains how they handle this critical topic. On this episode of ProjectHR, Stephanie Miller, Director of Employee Relations (US) for Lowe's explains how they handle this critical topic. Projections, Inc. 1 34 Best Practices in Employee Relations: Lowe's clean 39:55
Recruiting Sucks…But It Doesn’t Have To (Guest: Steve Lowisz) https://projectionsinc.com/recruitment-strategy-steve-lowisz/ Wed, 22 Jul 2020 18:51:26 +0000 https://projectionsinc.com/?p=6001 On this episode of ProjectHR, Steve Lowisz talks about the importance of updating your recruitment strategy plan, and blasts some myths along the way! effective recruitment strategies and practices

Episode 1.33: Let’s face it: we’d all like to recruit better – to hire more efficiently, more authentically and ultimately, more successfully. That can be tricky when using the same methods that have been used for 50+ years! On this episode of ProjectHR, Steve Lowisz, author of Recruiting Sucks…But It Doesn’t Have To: Breaking Through the Myths That Got Us Here, explains:

• How to break the recruitment myths that have locked us into our current process;

• Why hiring for skills only takes a third of a candidate into consideration;

• What Results-Based Interviewing is, and how it can help; and

• The importance of communicating with hiring managers.

recruitment strategy

Steve Lowisz

   Recruitment Strategist

“If I’m a recruiter, whether I’m internal or external,  I am focused on, held accountable,  to what? To filling a number of roles. I am not held accountable to putting the right person in the right role for the right reason at the right time. Think about that.”

Corporate Social Responsibility

Subscribe & Review The ProjectHR Podcast!

Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of ProjectHR. If the information in our weekly conversations and interviews have helped you in your business journey, please head over to wherever you get your podcasts and subscribe to the show. We’d also love it if you left us a five-star review! Your reviews and feedback will not only help us continue to deliver great, helpful content, but it will also help us reach even more amazing professionals just like you!

iTunesStitcherOvercast

Courageous Cultures: Empowering the Employee Voice (Guests: Karin Hurt and David Dye)

Best Practices in Employee Relations: Lowe’s (Guest: Stephanie Miller)

Recruiting Sucks…But It Doesn’t Have To (Guest: Steve Lowisz)

Creating a Culture Of Civility in the Workplace (Guest: Vanessa G. Nelson)

“What’s Your Problem?”: Reframing the Approach to Problem Solving (Guest: Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg)

The Rising Momentum of Corporate Social Responsibility (Guest: Susan McPherson)

Leading Organizational Change Post COVID-19 (Guest: Dr. Mark Rogers)

Updating Your Corporate Social Media Policy (Guest: Bob Oberstein)

Designing A Competitive Employee Benefits Plan (Guest: Jennifer Perera)

Anticipating Staffing Shortages: Do You Have a Plan In Place? (Guest: Michele Vincent)

Emotional Intelligence: Soft Skill or Critical Competency? Sarah Scala

Workplace Wellbeing and Creating a Culture of Wellness by Dr. Bradford Cooper

Putting The Success in Succession Planning: Jim Bitterle

The Inside Gig – Discovering Untapped Talent in your Workplace: Dr. Edie Goldberg

The Power of Dialogue: Effective Communication in the Workplace: Dr. Ada Luz Gonzalez

Leadership Strategies That Increase Employee Engagement: Ted Ma

HR, PR and the Company Experience: Nick Kalm

Employee Communication During A Crisis: Jennifer Orechwa

The Impact of Changing Marijuana Laws on HR : Lisa Nagele-Piazza

Building the Best: 8 Proven Leadership Principles to Elevate Others To Success: John Eades

Helping Employees Navigate Toxic Workplace Experiences: Jana Morrin

Inclusify: The Power of Uniqueness and Belonging To Build Innovative Teams: Dr. Stefanie K. Johnson

Continuous Learning & Employee Engagement: Oliver Bell

Employee Fulfillment Through Alignment Leadership – Chris Meroff

Employee Relations & The Rise of ER Tech – Deb Muller

HR in 2020 – Andrea Hoffer

Wegmans Company Values with Karen Loughlin

Recruitment Strategy: Matt Self

Bias In The Workplace: Jason Greer

Millenials In The Workplace: Chris Tuff

Catching Up With The CUE Conference: Michael VanDervort

Company Culture: Siobhan McHale

Business Innovation: Doug Buce

Employee Engagement & People Analytics: Fiona Jamison

ProjectHR podcast

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On this episode of ProjectHR, Steve Lowisz talks about the importance of updating your recruitment strategy plan, and blasts some myths along the way! On this episode of ProjectHR, Steve Lowisz talks about the importance of updating your recruitment strategy plan, and blasts some myths along the way! Projections, Inc. 1 33 Recruiting Sucks...But It Doesn't Have to (Guest: Steve Lowisz) clean 37:10
Creating a Culture Of Civility in the Workplace (Guest: Vanessa G. Nelson) https://projectionsinc.com/civility-in-the-workplace-vanessa-g-nelson/ Wed, 15 Jul 2020 21:02:41 +0000 https://projectionsinc.com/?p=5984 On this episode of ProjectHR, Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg will talk with us about how to improve problem solving skills by reframing problems. Corporate Social Responsibility

Episode 1.30: What is Corporate Social Responsibility? It’s been part of our working landscape since the mid-twentieth century, but in recent years, these initiatives have quickly gained momentum, in response, in part, to the acceleration of climate change and other crises across the globe. On this episode of ProjectHR, Susan McPherson will explain why being socially responsible is part of a company’s survival in today’s economy. Here, you’ll learn:

• A brief history of corporate philanthropy;

• The four types of corporate responsibility;

• How companies benefit from being socially responsible; and

• The shifts in technology, public mindset and current events that have positioned CSR as a critical part of a company’s brand.

Corporate Social Responsibility

Susan McPherson

   Corporate Responsibility Expert

“A company must do more than seek strong profit margins for its success. Being socially responsible is part of survival in today’s economy.”

Corporate Social Responsibility

Subscribe & Review The ProjectHR Podcast!

Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of ProjectHR. If the information in our weekly conversations and interviews have helped you in your business journey, please head over to wherever you get your podcasts and subscribe to the show. We’d also love it if you left us a five-star review! Your reviews and feedback will not only help us continue to deliver great, helpful content, but it will also help us reach even more amazing professionals just like you!

iTunesStitcherOvercast

Courageous Cultures: Empowering the Employee Voice (Guests: Karin Hurt and David Dye)

Best Practices in Employee Relations: Lowe’s (Guest: Stephanie Miller)

Recruiting Sucks…But It Doesn’t Have To (Guest: Steve Lowisz)

Creating a Culture Of Civility in the Workplace (Guest: Vanessa G. Nelson)

“What’s Your Problem?”: Reframing the Approach to Problem Solving (Guest: Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg)

The Rising Momentum of Corporate Social Responsibility (Guest: Susan McPherson)

Leading Organizational Change Post COVID-19 (Guest: Dr. Mark Rogers)

Updating Your Corporate Social Media Policy (Guest: Bob Oberstein)

Designing A Competitive Employee Benefits Plan (Guest: Jennifer Perera)

Anticipating Staffing Shortages: Do You Have a Plan In Place? (Guest: Michele Vincent)

Emotional Intelligence: Soft Skill or Critical Competency? Sarah Scala

Workplace Wellbeing and Creating a Culture of Wellness by Dr. Bradford Cooper

Putting The Success in Succession Planning: Jim Bitterle

The Inside Gig – Discovering Untapped Talent in your Workplace: Dr. Edie Goldberg

The Power of Dialogue: Effective Communication in the Workplace: Dr. Ada Luz Gonzalez

Leadership Strategies That Increase Employee Engagement: Ted Ma

HR, PR and the Company Experience: Nick Kalm

Employee Communication During A Crisis: Jennifer Orechwa

The Impact of Changing Marijuana Laws on HR : Lisa Nagele-Piazza

Building the Best: 8 Proven Leadership Principles to Elevate Others To Success: John Eades

Helping Employees Navigate Toxic Workplace Experiences: Jana Morrin

Inclusify: The Power of Uniqueness and Belonging To Build Innovative Teams: Dr. Stefanie K. Johnson

Continuous Learning & Employee Engagement: Oliver Bell

Employee Fulfillment Through Alignment Leadership – Chris Meroff

Employee Relations & The Rise of ER Tech – Deb Muller

HR in 2020 – Andrea Hoffer

Wegmans Company Values with Karen Loughlin

Recruitment Strategy: Matt Self

Bias In The Workplace: Jason Greer

Millenials In The Workplace: Chris Tuff

Catching Up With The CUE Conference: Michael VanDervort

Company Culture: Siobhan McHale

Business Innovation: Doug Buce

Employee Engagement & People Analytics: Fiona Jamison

ProjectHR podcast

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On this episode of ProjectHR, Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg will talk with us about how to improve problem solving skills by reframing problems. On this episode of ProjectHR, Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg will talk with us about how to improve problem solving skills by reframing problems. Projections, Inc. 1 32 Creating a Culture Of Civility in the Workplace (Guest: Vanessa G. Nelson) clean 38:30
“What’s Your Problem?”: Reframing the Approach to Problem Solving (Guest: Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg) https://projectionsinc.com/problem-solving-skills-thomas-wedell-wedellsborg/ Wed, 08 Jul 2020 22:30:53 +0000 https://projectionsinc.com/?p=5961 On this episode of ProjectHR, Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg will talk with us about how to improve problem solving skills by reframing problems. Corporate Social Responsibility

Episode 1.30: What is Corporate Social Responsibility? It’s been part of our working landscape since the mid-twentieth century, but in recent years, these initiatives have quickly gained momentum, in response, in part, to the acceleration of climate change and other crises across the globe. On this episode of ProjectHR, Susan McPherson will explain why being socially responsible is part of a company’s survival in today’s economy. Here, you’ll learn:

• A brief history of corporate philanthropy;

• The four types of corporate responsibility;

• How companies benefit from being socially responsible; and

• The shifts in technology, public mindset and current events that have positioned CSR as a critical part of a company’s brand.

Corporate Social Responsibility

Susan McPherson

   Corporate Responsibility Expert

“A company must do more than seek strong profit margins for its success. Being socially responsible is part of survival in today’s economy.”

Corporate Social Responsibility

Subscribe & Review The ProjectHR Podcast!

Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of ProjectHR. If the information in our weekly conversations and interviews have helped you in your business journey, please head over to wherever you get your podcasts and subscribe to the show. We’d also love it if you left us a five-star review! Your reviews and feedback will not only help us continue to deliver great, helpful content, but it will also help us reach even more amazing professionals just like you!

iTunesStitcherOvercast

Courageous Cultures: Empowering the Employee Voice (Guests: Karin Hurt and David Dye)

Best Practices in Employee Relations: Lowe’s (Guest: Stephanie Miller)

Recruiting Sucks…But It Doesn’t Have To (Guest: Steve Lowisz)

Creating a Culture Of Civility in the Workplace (Guest: Vanessa G. Nelson)

“What’s Your Problem?”: Reframing the Approach to Problem Solving (Guest: Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg)

The Rising Momentum of Corporate Social Responsibility (Guest: Susan McPherson)

Leading Organizational Change Post COVID-19 (Guest: Dr. Mark Rogers)

Updating Your Corporate Social Media Policy (Guest: Bob Oberstein)

Designing A Competitive Employee Benefits Plan (Guest: Jennifer Perera)

Anticipating Staffing Shortages: Do You Have a Plan In Place? (Guest: Michele Vincent)

Emotional Intelligence: Soft Skill or Critical Competency? Sarah Scala

Workplace Wellbeing and Creating a Culture of Wellness by Dr. Bradford Cooper

Putting The Success in Succession Planning: Jim Bitterle

The Inside Gig – Discovering Untapped Talent in your Workplace: Dr. Edie Goldberg

The Power of Dialogue: Effective Communication in the Workplace: Dr. Ada Luz Gonzalez

Leadership Strategies That Increase Employee Engagement: Ted Ma

HR, PR and the Company Experience: Nick Kalm

Employee Communication During A Crisis: Jennifer Orechwa

The Impact of Changing Marijuana Laws on HR : Lisa Nagele-Piazza

Building the Best: 8 Proven Leadership Principles to Elevate Others To Success: John Eades

Helping Employees Navigate Toxic Workplace Experiences: Jana Morrin

Inclusify: The Power of Uniqueness and Belonging To Build Innovative Teams: Dr. Stefanie K. Johnson

Continuous Learning & Employee Engagement: Oliver Bell

Employee Fulfillment Through Alignment Leadership – Chris Meroff

Employee Relations & The Rise of ER Tech – Deb Muller

HR in 2020 – Andrea Hoffer

Wegmans Company Values with Karen Loughlin

Recruitment Strategy: Matt Self

Bias In The Workplace: Jason Greer

Millenials In The Workplace: Chris Tuff

Catching Up With The CUE Conference: Michael VanDervort

Company Culture: Siobhan McHale

Business Innovation: Doug Buce

Employee Engagement & People Analytics: Fiona Jamison

ProjectHR podcast

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On this episode of ProjectHR, Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg will talk with us about how to improve problem solving skills by reframing problems. On this episode of ProjectHR, Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg will talk with us about how to improve problem solving skills by reframing problems. Projections, Inc. 1 31 "What's Your Problem?": Reframing the Approach to Problem Solving (Guest: Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg) clean 33:28
The Rising Momentum of Corporate Social Responsibility (Guest: Susan McPherson) https://projectionsinc.com/corporate-social-responsibility-susan-mcpherson/ Wed, 24 Jun 2020 19:10:00 +0000 https://projectionsinc.com/?p=5937 On this episode of ProjectHR, Susan McPherson will talk with us about why being socially responsible is a critical part of a corporate survival. Corporate Social Responsibility

Episode 1.30: What is Corporate Social Responsibility? It’s been part of our working landscape since the mid-twentieth century, but in recent years, these initiatives have quickly gained momentum, in response, in part, to the acceleration of climate change and other crises across the globe. On this episode of ProjectHR, Susan McPherson will explain why being socially responsible is part of a company’s survival in today’s economy. Here, you’ll learn:

• A brief history of corporate philanthropy;

• The four types of corporate responsibility;

• How companies benefit from being socially responsible; and

• The shifts in technology, public mindset and current events that have positioned CSR as a critical part of a company’s brand.

Corporate Social Responsibility

Susan McPherson

   Corporate Responsibility Expert

“A company must do more than seek strong profit margins for its success. Being socially responsible is part of survival in today’s economy.”

 

Corporate Social Responsibility

Subscribe & Review The ProjectHR Podcast!

Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of ProjectHR. If the information in our weekly conversations and interviews have helped you in your business journey, please head over to wherever you get your podcasts and subscribe to the show. We’d also love it if you left us a five-star review! Your reviews and feedback will not only help us continue to deliver great, helpful content, but it will also help us reach even more amazing professionals just like you!

iTunesStitcherOvercast

Courageous Cultures: Empowering the Employee Voice (Guests: Karin Hurt and David Dye)

Best Practices in Employee Relations: Lowe’s (Guest: Stephanie Miller)

Recruiting Sucks…But It Doesn’t Have To (Guest: Steve Lowisz)

Creating a Culture Of Civility in the Workplace (Guest: Vanessa G. Nelson)

“What’s Your Problem?”: Reframing the Approach to Problem Solving (Guest: Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg)

The Rising Momentum of Corporate Social Responsibility (Guest: Susan McPherson)

Leading Organizational Change Post COVID-19 (Guest: Dr. Mark Rogers)

Updating Your Corporate Social Media Policy (Guest: Bob Oberstein)

Designing A Competitive Employee Benefits Plan (Guest: Jennifer Perera)

Anticipating Staffing Shortages: Do You Have a Plan In Place? (Guest: Michele Vincent)

Emotional Intelligence: Soft Skill or Critical Competency? Sarah Scala

Workplace Wellbeing and Creating a Culture of Wellness by Dr. Bradford Cooper

Putting The Success in Succession Planning: Jim Bitterle

The Inside Gig – Discovering Untapped Talent in your Workplace: Dr. Edie Goldberg

The Power of Dialogue: Effective Communication in the Workplace: Dr. Ada Luz Gonzalez

Leadership Strategies That Increase Employee Engagement: Ted Ma

HR, PR and the Company Experience: Nick Kalm

Employee Communication During A Crisis: Jennifer Orechwa

The Impact of Changing Marijuana Laws on HR : Lisa Nagele-Piazza

Building the Best: 8 Proven Leadership Principles to Elevate Others To Success: John Eades

Helping Employees Navigate Toxic Workplace Experiences: Jana Morrin

Inclusify: The Power of Uniqueness and Belonging To Build Innovative Teams: Dr. Stefanie K. Johnson

Continuous Learning & Employee Engagement: Oliver Bell

Employee Fulfillment Through Alignment Leadership – Chris Meroff

Employee Relations & The Rise of ER Tech – Deb Muller

HR in 2020 – Andrea Hoffer

Wegmans Company Values with Karen Loughlin

Recruitment Strategy: Matt Self

Bias In The Workplace: Jason Greer

Millenials In The Workplace: Chris Tuff

Catching Up With The CUE Conference: Michael VanDervort

Company Culture: Siobhan McHale

Business Innovation: Doug Buce

Employee Engagement & People Analytics: Fiona Jamison

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On this episode of ProjectHR, Susan McPherson will talk with us about why being socially responsible is a critical part of a corporate survival. On this episode of ProjectHR, Susan McPherson will talk with us about why being socially responsible is a critical part of a corporate survival. Projections, Inc. 1 30 The Rising Momentum of Corporate Social Responsibility (Guest: Susan McPherson) clean 39:33
Leading Organizational Change Post COVID-19 (Guest: Dr. Mark Rogers) https://projectionsinc.com/change-leadership-dr-mark-rogers/ Wed, 17 Jun 2020 20:53:53 +0000 https://projectionsinc.com/?p=5911 On this episode of ProjectHR, Dr. Mark Rogers will talk with us about change, and change leadership in your organization.

Episode 1.26: 92% of employees surveyed say that company benefits are important to their overall job satisfaction. In today’s candidate-driven job market, you simply can’t ignore the competitive impact of providing employees with the best employee benefits package possible – and yet, the cost of benefits continues to rise. So, what’s an HR professional to do? On this episode of ProjectHR, Coach Jennifer Perrera, of Our Benefits Coach, shares her benefits-savvy with us, detailing:

  • Today’s must-have benefits, to attract quality candidates;
  • How benefits must shift to retain workers;
  • Ways companies can contain healthcare costs; and
  • How to design a truly competitive employee benefits plan!

company benewfits

Jennifer Perera

Employee Benefits

“Over 80% of bankruptcies filed are because of medical expenses. They’re not because someone got hurt and sick and passed away, they’re because someone got hurt and sick and lived.” 

Emotional Intelligence Podcast Companion Guide

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Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of ProjectHR. If the information in our weekly conversations and interviews have helped you in your business journey, please head over to wherever you get your podcasts and subscribe to the show. We’d also love it if you left us a five-star review! Your reviews and feedback will not only help us continue to deliver great, helpful content, but it will also help us reach even more amazing professionals just like you!

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Courageous Cultures: Empowering the Employee Voice (Guests: Karin Hurt and David Dye)

Best Practices in Employee Relations: Lowe’s (Guest: Stephanie Miller)

Recruiting Sucks…But It Doesn’t Have To (Guest: Steve Lowisz)

Creating a Culture Of Civility in the Workplace (Guest: Vanessa G. Nelson)

“What’s Your Problem?”: Reframing the Approach to Problem Solving (Guest: Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg)

The Rising Momentum of Corporate Social Responsibility (Guest: Susan McPherson)

Leading Organizational Change Post COVID-19 (Guest: Dr. Mark Rogers)

Updating Your Corporate Social Media Policy (Guest: Bob Oberstein)

Designing A Competitive Employee Benefits Plan (Guest: Jennifer Perera)

Anticipating Staffing Shortages: Do You Have a Plan In Place? (Guest: Michele Vincent)

Emotional Intelligence: Soft Skill or Critical Competency? Sarah Scala

Workplace Wellbeing and Creating a Culture of Wellness by Dr. Bradford Cooper

Putting The Success in Succession Planning: Jim Bitterle

The Inside Gig – Discovering Untapped Talent in your Workplace: Dr. Edie Goldberg

The Power of Dialogue: Effective Communication in the Workplace: Dr. Ada Luz Gonzalez

Leadership Strategies That Increase Employee Engagement: Ted Ma

HR, PR and the Company Experience: Nick Kalm

Employee Communication During A Crisis: Jennifer Orechwa

The Impact of Changing Marijuana Laws on HR : Lisa Nagele-Piazza

Building the Best: 8 Proven Leadership Principles to Elevate Others To Success: John Eades

Helping Employees Navigate Toxic Workplace Experiences: Jana Morrin

Inclusify: The Power of Uniqueness and Belonging To Build Innovative Teams: Dr. Stefanie K. Johnson

Continuous Learning & Employee Engagement: Oliver Bell

Employee Fulfillment Through Alignment Leadership – Chris Meroff

Employee Relations & The Rise of ER Tech – Deb Muller

HR in 2020 – Andrea Hoffer

Wegmans Company Values with Karen Loughlin

Recruitment Strategy: Matt Self

Bias In The Workplace: Jason Greer

Millenials In The Workplace: Chris Tuff

Catching Up With The CUE Conference: Michael VanDervort

Company Culture: Siobhan McHale

Business Innovation: Doug Buce

Employee Engagement & People Analytics: Fiona Jamison

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On this episode of ProjectHR, Dr. Mark Rogers will talk with us about change, and change leadership in your organization. On this episode of ProjectHR, Dr. Mark Rogers will talk with us about change, and change leadership in your organization. Projections, Inc. 1 29 Leading Organizational Change Post-COVID-19 (Guest: Dr. Mark Rogers)) clean 31:45
Updating Your Corporate Social Media Policy (Guest: Bob Oberstein) https://projectionsinc.com/social-media-policy-bob-oberstein/ Wed, 10 Jun 2020 22:48:49 +0000 https://projectionsinc.com/?p=5899 On this episode of ProjectHR, Bob Oberstein discusses the need to update corporate social media policies and communicate them to employees.

Episode 1.26: 92% of employees surveyed say that company benefits are important to their overall job satisfaction. In today’s candidate-driven job market, you simply can’t ignore the competitive impact of providing employees with the best employee benefits package possible – and yet, the cost of benefits continues to rise. So, what’s an HR professional to do? On this episode of ProjectHR, Coach Jennifer Perrera, of Our Benefits Coach, shares her benefits-savvy with us, detailing:

  • Today’s must-have benefits, to attract quality candidates;
  • How benefits must shift to retain workers;
  • Ways companies can contain healthcare costs; and
  • How to design a truly competitive employee benefits plan!

company benewfits

Jennifer Perera

Employee Benefits

“Over 80% of bankruptcies filed are because of medical expenses. They’re not because someone got hurt and sick and passed away, they’re because someone got hurt and sick and lived.” 

Emotional Intelligence Podcast Companion Guide

Subscribe & Review The ProjectHR Podcast!

Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of ProjectHR. If the information in our weekly conversations and interviews have helped you in your business journey, please head over to wherever you get your podcasts and subscribe to the show. We’d also love it if you left us a five-star review! Your reviews and feedback will not only help us continue to deliver great, helpful content, but it will also help us reach even more amazing professionals just like you!

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Courageous Cultures: Empowering the Employee Voice (Guests: Karin Hurt and David Dye)

Best Practices in Employee Relations: Lowe’s (Guest: Stephanie Miller)

Recruiting Sucks…But It Doesn’t Have To (Guest: Steve Lowisz)

Creating a Culture Of Civility in the Workplace (Guest: Vanessa G. Nelson)

“What’s Your Problem?”: Reframing the Approach to Problem Solving (Guest: Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg)

The Rising Momentum of Corporate Social Responsibility (Guest: Susan McPherson)

Leading Organizational Change Post COVID-19 (Guest: Dr. Mark Rogers)

Updating Your Corporate Social Media Policy (Guest: Bob Oberstein)

Designing A Competitive Employee Benefits Plan (Guest: Jennifer Perera)

Anticipating Staffing Shortages: Do You Have a Plan In Place? (Guest: Michele Vincent)

Emotional Intelligence: Soft Skill or Critical Competency? Sarah Scala

Workplace Wellbeing and Creating a Culture of Wellness by Dr. Bradford Cooper

Putting The Success in Succession Planning: Jim Bitterle

The Inside Gig – Discovering Untapped Talent in your Workplace: Dr. Edie Goldberg

The Power of Dialogue: Effective Communication in the Workplace: Dr. Ada Luz Gonzalez

Leadership Strategies That Increase Employee Engagement: Ted Ma

HR, PR and the Company Experience: Nick Kalm

Employee Communication During A Crisis: Jennifer Orechwa

The Impact of Changing Marijuana Laws on HR : Lisa Nagele-Piazza

Building the Best: 8 Proven Leadership Principles to Elevate Others To Success: John Eades

Helping Employees Navigate Toxic Workplace Experiences: Jana Morrin

Inclusify: The Power of Uniqueness and Belonging To Build Innovative Teams: Dr. Stefanie K. Johnson

Continuous Learning & Employee Engagement: Oliver Bell

Employee Fulfillment Through Alignment Leadership – Chris Meroff

Employee Relations & The Rise of ER Tech – Deb Muller

HR in 2020 – Andrea Hoffer

Wegmans Company Values with Karen Loughlin

Recruitment Strategy: Matt Self

Bias In The Workplace: Jason Greer

Millenials In The Workplace: Chris Tuff

Catching Up With The CUE Conference: Michael VanDervort

Company Culture: Siobhan McHale

Business Innovation: Doug Buce

Employee Engagement & People Analytics: Fiona Jamison

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On this episode of ProjectHR, Bob Oberstein discusses the need to update corporate social media policies and communicate them to employees. On this episode of ProjectHR, Bob Oberstein discusses the need to update corporate social media policies and communicate them to employees. Projections, Inc. 1 28 Updating Your Corporate Social Media Policy (Guest: Bob Oberstein) clean 36:14
The Emma Coalition – Addressing Technology-Induced Displacement of Employees (Guest: Michael Lotito) https://projectionsinc.com/job-lost-to-automation-michael-lotito/ Wed, 03 Jun 2020 19:50:45 +0000 https://projectionsinc.com/?p=5844 On this episode of ProjectHR, Michael Lotito discusses TIDE: Technology-Induced Displacement of Employees, addressing the phenomenon of AI replacing jobs.

Episode 1.26: 92% of employees surveyed say that company benefits are important to their overall job satisfaction. In today’s candidate-driven job market, you simply can’t ignore the competitive impact of providing employees with the best employee benefits package possible – and yet, the cost of benefits continues to rise. So, what’s an HR professional to do? On this episode of ProjectHR, Coach Jennifer Perrera, of Our Benefits Coach, shares her benefits-savvy with us, detailing:

  • Today’s must-have benefits, to attract quality candidates;
  • How benefits must shift to retain workers;
  • Ways companies can contain healthcare costs; and
  • How to design a truly competitive employee benefits plan!

company benewfits

Jennifer Perera

Employee Benefits

“Over 80% of bankruptcies filed are because of medical expenses. They’re not because someone got hurt and sick and passed away, they’re because someone got hurt and sick and lived.” 

Emotional Intelligence Podcast Companion Guide

Subscribe & Review The ProjectHR Podcast!

Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of ProjectHR. If the information in our weekly conversations and interviews have helped you in your business journey, please head over to wherever you get your podcasts and subscribe to the show. We’d also love it if you left us a five-star review! Your reviews and feedback will not only help us continue to deliver great, helpful content, but it will also help us reach even more amazing professionals just like you!

iTunesStitcherOvercast

Courageous Cultures: Empowering the Employee Voice (Guests: Karin Hurt and David Dye)

Best Practices in Employee Relations: Lowe’s (Guest: Stephanie Miller)

Recruiting Sucks…But It Doesn’t Have To (Guest: Steve Lowisz)

Creating a Culture Of Civility in the Workplace (Guest: Vanessa G. Nelson)

“What’s Your Problem?”: Reframing the Approach to Problem Solving (Guest: Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg)

The Rising Momentum of Corporate Social Responsibility (Guest: Susan McPherson)

Leading Organizational Change Post COVID-19 (Guest: Dr. Mark Rogers)

Updating Your Corporate Social Media Policy (Guest: Bob Oberstein)

Designing A Competitive Employee Benefits Plan (Guest: Jennifer Perera)

Anticipating Staffing Shortages: Do You Have a Plan In Place? (Guest: Michele Vincent)

Emotional Intelligence: Soft Skill or Critical Competency? Sarah Scala

Workplace Wellbeing and Creating a Culture of Wellness by Dr. Bradford Cooper

Putting The Success in Succession Planning: Jim Bitterle

The Inside Gig – Discovering Untapped Talent in your Workplace: Dr. Edie Goldberg

The Power of Dialogue: Effective Communication in the Workplace: Dr. Ada Luz Gonzalez

Leadership Strategies That Increase Employee Engagement: Ted Ma

HR, PR and the Company Experience: Nick Kalm

Employee Communication During A Crisis: Jennifer Orechwa

The Impact of Changing Marijuana Laws on HR : Lisa Nagele-Piazza

Building the Best: 8 Proven Leadership Principles to Elevate Others To Success: John Eades

Helping Employees Navigate Toxic Workplace Experiences: Jana Morrin

Inclusify: The Power of Uniqueness and Belonging To Build Innovative Teams: Dr. Stefanie K. Johnson

Continuous Learning & Employee Engagement: Oliver Bell

Employee Fulfillment Through Alignment Leadership – Chris Meroff

Employee Relations & The Rise of ER Tech – Deb Muller

HR in 2020 – Andrea Hoffer

Wegmans Company Values with Karen Loughlin

Recruitment Strategy: Matt Self

Bias In The Workplace: Jason Greer

Millenials In The Workplace: Chris Tuff

Catching Up With The CUE Conference: Michael VanDervort

Company Culture: Siobhan McHale

Business Innovation: Doug Buce

Employee Engagement & People Analytics: Fiona Jamison

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On this episode of ProjectHR, Michael Lotito discusses TIDE: Technology-Induced Displacement of Employees, addressing the phenomenon of AI replacing jobs. On this episode of ProjectHR, Michael Lotito discusses TIDE: Technology-Induced Displacement of Employees, addressing the phenomenon of AI replacing jobs. Projections, Inc. 1 27 The Emma Coalition - Addressing Technology-Induced Displacement of Employees (Guest: Michael Lotito) clean 38:58
Designing A Competitive Employee Benefits Plan (Guest: Jennifer Perera) https://projectionsinc.com/employee-benefits-jennifer-perera/ Wed, 20 May 2020 20:28:10 +0000 https://projectionsinc.com/?p=5799 On this episode of ProjectHR, Jennifer Perera discusses the how and why behind designing a competitive employee benefits plan. Discover today's must-have company benefits plans, and learn how you can get creative with healthcare costs!

Episode 1.26: 92% of employees surveyed say that company benefits are important to their overall job satisfaction. In today’s candidate-driven job market, you simply can’t ignore the competitive impact of providing employees with the best employee benefits package possible – and yet, the cost of benefits continues to rise. So, what’s an HR professional to do? On this episode of ProjectHR, Coach Jennifer Perrera, of Our Benefits Coach, shares her benefits-savvy with us, detailing:

  • Today’s must-have benefits, to attract quality candidates;
  • How benefits must shift to retain workers;
  • Ways companies can contain healthcare costs; and
  • How to design a truly competitive employee benefits plan!

company benewfits

Jennifer Perera

Employee Benefits

“Over 80% of bankruptcies filed are because of medical expenses. They’re not because someone got hurt and sick and passed away, they’re because someone got hurt and sick and lived.” 

Emotional Intelligence Podcast Companion Guide

Subscribe & Review The ProjectHR Podcast!

Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of ProjectHR. If the information in our weekly conversations and interviews have helped you in your business journey, please head over to wherever you get your podcasts and subscribe to the show. We’d also love it if you left us a five-star review! Your reviews and feedback will not only help us continue to deliver great, helpful content, but it will also help us reach even more amazing professionals just like you!

iTunesStitcherOvercast

Courageous Cultures: Empowering the Employee Voice (Guests: Karin Hurt and David Dye)

Best Practices in Employee Relations: Lowe’s (Guest: Stephanie Miller)

Recruiting Sucks…But It Doesn’t Have To (Guest: Steve Lowisz)

Creating a Culture Of Civility in the Workplace (Guest: Vanessa G. Nelson)

“What’s Your Problem?”: Reframing the Approach to Problem Solving (Guest: Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg)

The Rising Momentum of Corporate Social Responsibility (Guest: Susan McPherson)

Leading Organizational Change Post COVID-19 (Guest: Dr. Mark Rogers)

Updating Your Corporate Social Media Policy (Guest: Bob Oberstein)

Designing A Competitive Employee Benefits Plan (Guest: Jennifer Perera)

Anticipating Staffing Shortages: Do You Have a Plan In Place? (Guest: Michele Vincent)

Emotional Intelligence: Soft Skill or Critical Competency? Sarah Scala

Workplace Wellbeing and Creating a Culture of Wellness by Dr. Bradford Cooper

Putting The Success in Succession Planning: Jim Bitterle

The Inside Gig – Discovering Untapped Talent in your Workplace: Dr. Edie Goldberg

The Power of Dialogue: Effective Communication in the Workplace: Dr. Ada Luz Gonzalez

Leadership Strategies That Increase Employee Engagement: Ted Ma

HR, PR and the Company Experience: Nick Kalm

Employee Communication During A Crisis: Jennifer Orechwa

The Impact of Changing Marijuana Laws on HR : Lisa Nagele-Piazza

Building the Best: 8 Proven Leadership Principles to Elevate Others To Success: John Eades

Helping Employees Navigate Toxic Workplace Experiences: Jana Morrin

Inclusify: The Power of Uniqueness and Belonging To Build Innovative Teams: Dr. Stefanie K. Johnson

Continuous Learning & Employee Engagement: Oliver Bell

Employee Fulfillment Through Alignment Leadership – Chris Meroff

Employee Relations & The Rise of ER Tech – Deb Muller

HR in 2020 – Andrea Hoffer

Wegmans Company Values with Karen Loughlin

Recruitment Strategy: Matt Self

Bias In The Workplace: Jason Greer

Millenials In The Workplace: Chris Tuff

Catching Up With The CUE Conference: Michael VanDervort

Company Culture: Siobhan McHale

Business Innovation: Doug Buce

Employee Engagement & People Analytics: Fiona Jamison

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On this episode of ProjectHR, Jennifer Perera discusses the how and why behind designing a competitive employee benefits plan. Discover today's must-have company benefits plans, and learn how you can get creative with healthcare costs! On this episode of ProjectHR, Jennifer Perera discusses the how and why behind designing a competitive employee benefits plan. Discover today's must-have company benefits plans, and learn how you can get creative with healthcare costs! Projections, Inc. 1 26 Designing A Competitive Employee Benefits Plan (Guest: Jennifer Perera) clean 38:22
Anticipating Staffing Shortages: Do You Have a Plan In Place? (Guest: Michele Vincent) https://projectionsinc.com/contingent-worker-michele-vincent/ Wed, 13 May 2020 21:04:21 +0000 https://projectionsinc.com/?p=5701 On this episode of ProjectHR, Michele Vincent discusses worker shortages, contingent workers and the critical need for organizations to have staffing contingency plans in advance of disruptions that create a need for temporary work.

Episode 1.25: When a crisis event happens, such as a labor strike – or, you know, an unanticipated pandemic – your organization may face sudden staffing shortages. As a leader, you can ensure that your business will remain productive, even when your staff is no longer in place by taking the time to put together a Contingency Staffing Plan. On this episode of ProjectHR, Michele Vincent from MADI shares with us:

  • The kinds of disruptions that should be covered by contingency plans;
  • The benefits of building a corporate contingency staffing plan;
  • The four critical steps involved in building a plan; and
  • The difference between a regular staffing agency and a Contingency Staffing Provider!

Michele Vincent

Contingency Staffing

“What should be included in a comprehensive contingency plan really is going to depend upon the industry, the business type, and even the geographical location of the business.“

 

Emotional Intelligence Podcast Companion Guide

Subscribe & Review The ProjectHR Podcast!

Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of ProjectHR. If the information in our weekly conversations and interviews have helped you in your business journey, please head over to wherever you get your podcasts and subscribe to the show. We’d also love it if you left us a five-star review! Your reviews and feedback will not only help us continue to deliver great, helpful content, but it will also help us reach even more amazing professionals just like you!

iTunesStitcherOvercast

Courageous Cultures: Empowering the Employee Voice (Guests: Karin Hurt and David Dye)

Best Practices in Employee Relations: Lowe’s (Guest: Stephanie Miller)

Recruiting Sucks…But It Doesn’t Have To (Guest: Steve Lowisz)

Creating a Culture Of Civility in the Workplace (Guest: Vanessa G. Nelson)

“What’s Your Problem?”: Reframing the Approach to Problem Solving (Guest: Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg)

The Rising Momentum of Corporate Social Responsibility (Guest: Susan McPherson)

Leading Organizational Change Post COVID-19 (Guest: Dr. Mark Rogers)

Updating Your Corporate Social Media Policy (Guest: Bob Oberstein)

Designing A Competitive Employee Benefits Plan (Guest: Jennifer Perera)

Anticipating Staffing Shortages: Do You Have a Plan In Place? (Guest: Michele Vincent)

Emotional Intelligence: Soft Skill or Critical Competency? Sarah Scala

Workplace Wellbeing and Creating a Culture of Wellness by Dr. Bradford Cooper

Putting The Success in Succession Planning: Jim Bitterle

The Inside Gig – Discovering Untapped Talent in your Workplace: Dr. Edie Goldberg

The Power of Dialogue: Effective Communication in the Workplace: Dr. Ada Luz Gonzalez

Leadership Strategies That Increase Employee Engagement: Ted Ma

HR, PR and the Company Experience: Nick Kalm

Employee Communication During A Crisis: Jennifer Orechwa

The Impact of Changing Marijuana Laws on HR : Lisa Nagele-Piazza

Building the Best: 8 Proven Leadership Principles to Elevate Others To Success: John Eades

Helping Employees Navigate Toxic Workplace Experiences: Jana Morrin

Inclusify: The Power of Uniqueness and Belonging To Build Innovative Teams: Dr. Stefanie K. Johnson

Continuous Learning & Employee Engagement: Oliver Bell

Employee Fulfillment Through Alignment Leadership – Chris Meroff

Employee Relations & The Rise of ER Tech – Deb Muller

HR in 2020 – Andrea Hoffer

Wegmans Company Values with Karen Loughlin

Recruitment Strategy: Matt Self

Bias In The Workplace: Jason Greer

Millenials In The Workplace: Chris Tuff

Catching Up With The CUE Conference: Michael VanDervort

Company Culture: Siobhan McHale

Business Innovation: Doug Buce

Employee Engagement & People Analytics: Fiona Jamison

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On this episode of ProjectHR, Michele Vincent discusses worker shortages, contingent workers and the critical need for organizations to have staffing contingency plans in advance of disruptions that create a need for temporary work. On this episode of ProjectHR, Michele Vincent discusses worker shortages, contingent workers and the critical need for organizations to have staffing contingency plans in advance of disruptions that create a need for temporary work. Projections, Inc. 1 25 Anticipating Staffing Shortages: Do You Have a Plan In Place? (Guest Michele Vincent clean 39:35
Emotional Intelligence: Soft Skill or Critical Competency? Sarah Scala https://projectionsinc.com/emotional-intelligence-sarah-scala/ Mon, 04 May 2020 05:00:00 +0000 https://projectionsinc.com/?p=5581 Workplace wellness efforts can improve employee productivity, increase morale, lower employee stress, lower absenteeism, increase retention, and they might even ultimately reduce healthcare costs for employers. The trick has been implementing effective, long-term wellness strategies that work for both the organizations and their individual employees. On this episode of ProjectHR, our guest is Dr. Bradford Cooper, the CEO of US Corporate Wellness, and he knows how to make workplace wellness stick. He'll be telling us all about: - The importance of autonomy; - The challenges that face employer wellness programs; - What makes wellness efforts successful; and - Why employers should strive to create a culture of wellness! Episode 1.24: Understanding Emotional Intelligence and its role in your organization can create better hiring decisions, stronger teams, higher retention rates and more authentic companies. When the idea of emotional intelligence was first brought to business 25 years ago, it was thought to be something that was nice to have, Today, leaders with high EQ’s are vital to the growth and performance of every company. On this episode of ProjectHR, Consultant Sarah Scala, tells us how she helps organizations and people evolve, grow and thrive:

  • Assessing and improving emotional intelligence
  • The four components of emotional intelligence;
  • How to develop emotional intelligence in your team; 
  • How to hire for emotional intelligence; and
  • Creating a culture of high emotional intelligence

Sarah Scala

Sarah Scala

Emotional Intelligence

“What was once considered an intangible determinant of success can now be accurately measured. Emotional Intelligence can be strengthened!

 

Emotional Intelligence Podcast Companion Guide

Subscribe & Review The ProjectHR Podcast!

Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of ProjectHR. If the information in our weekly conversations and interviews have helped you in your business journey, please head over to wherever you get your podcasts and subscribe to the show. We’d also love it if you left us a five-star review! Your reviews and feedback will not only help us continue to deliver great, helpful content, but it will also help us reach even more amazing professionals just like you!

iTunesStitcherOvercast

Courageous Cultures: Empowering the Employee Voice (Guests: Karin Hurt and David Dye)

Best Practices in Employee Relations: Lowe’s (Guest: Stephanie Miller)

Recruiting Sucks…But It Doesn’t Have To (Guest: Steve Lowisz)

Creating a Culture Of Civility in the Workplace (Guest: Vanessa G. Nelson)

“What’s Your Problem?”: Reframing the Approach to Problem Solving (Guest: Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg)

The Rising Momentum of Corporate Social Responsibility (Guest: Susan McPherson)

Leading Organizational Change Post COVID-19 (Guest: Dr. Mark Rogers)

Updating Your Corporate Social Media Policy (Guest: Bob Oberstein)

Designing A Competitive Employee Benefits Plan (Guest: Jennifer Perera)

Anticipating Staffing Shortages: Do You Have a Plan In Place? (Guest: Michele Vincent)

Emotional Intelligence: Soft Skill or Critical Competency? Sarah Scala

Workplace Wellbeing and Creating a Culture of Wellness by Dr. Bradford Cooper

Putting The Success in Succession Planning: Jim Bitterle

The Inside Gig – Discovering Untapped Talent in your Workplace: Dr. Edie Goldberg

The Power of Dialogue: Effective Communication in the Workplace: Dr. Ada Luz Gonzalez

Leadership Strategies That Increase Employee Engagement: Ted Ma

HR, PR and the Company Experience: Nick Kalm

Employee Communication During A Crisis: Jennifer Orechwa

The Impact of Changing Marijuana Laws on HR : Lisa Nagele-Piazza

Building the Best: 8 Proven Leadership Principles to Elevate Others To Success: John Eades

Helping Employees Navigate Toxic Workplace Experiences: Jana Morrin

Inclusify: The Power of Uniqueness and Belonging To Build Innovative Teams: Dr. Stefanie K. Johnson

Continuous Learning & Employee Engagement: Oliver Bell

Employee Fulfillment Through Alignment Leadership – Chris Meroff

Employee Relations & The Rise of ER Tech – Deb Muller

HR in 2020 – Andrea Hoffer

Wegmans Company Values with Karen Loughlin

Recruitment Strategy: Matt Self