HRD Talk

Episode 8 – Should companies take a stance on political and social issues?

As soon as the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade was leaked in May, many high-profile brands sprung into action.   California-based employers like The Walt Disney Company, Meta, Netflix and more, pledged to cover the travel expenses of employees who need to go out of state for abortions. Some, like Patagonia and Live Nation, even vowed to cover bail expenses if their employees are arrested for peacefully protesting.  In this episode of HRD Talk, Kevin Kaminyar, founder and CEO of Yellow Tree Marketing, discusses the importance of companies taking a stand and the most effective way to do so.

Episode 7 – 4 ways companies will see ROI by focusing on employees' mental well-being

Episode 7 – 4 ways companies will see ROI by focusing on employees' mental well-being

Ravi Swaminathan, founder and CEO of TaskHuman, offers strategies for improving your staff's work/life balance

Episode 6 – Bring employees back to office for ‘right reasons’

Episode 6 – Bring employees back to office for ‘right reasons’

Mark Condon, founder and managing partner of QuantumWork Advisory, examines return-to-office strategies

Episode 5 – Don't blame COVID-19 for the Great Resignation

Episode 5 – Don't blame COVID-19 for the Great Resignation

Marc Detampel, managing director of Felix Global, shares tips for recruiting and retaining top talent

Episode 4 – Growing talent through special operations

Episode 4 – Growing talent through special operations

Josh Johnson, a 32-year army veteran and director of leadership development, compares special forces to HR

Episode 3 - Interviewing tips for hiring tech workers

Episode 3 - Interviewing tips for hiring tech workers

Michael Gibbs, CEO of Go Cloud Careers, shares his strategy, including which questions to ask during the interview and what skills he looks for in candidates