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Employee Cycle: Human Resources (HR) podcast about HR trends, HR tech & HR analytics

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Employee Cycle: Human Resources (HR) podcast about HR trends, HR tech & HR analytics

Employee Cycle: Human Resources (HR) podcast about HR trends, HR tech & HR analytics

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Hear the most amazing interviews about the latest in HR trends, HR technology, and HR analytics in our Employee Cycle podcast. We're building a community of HR executives, consultants, and tech vendors looking to make HR more data-driven.

Latest Episodes

How to Communicate Bad News to your Employees with Emily Bermes

Listen to Emily Bermes, President of Emily Bermes + Associates, discuss the best way to manage and communicate bad news across your organization. What you’ll learn from this episode: The most common forms of bad news delivered to employees.Who should be responsible for delivering bad news in your company.Why sharing the absolute truth with your employees regardless of the outcome is always the best option.The different scenarios that dictate whether bad news should be communicated one-on-one versus in a group setting.How to have empathy when sharing bad news. When and when not to use technology to communicate bad news to large groups of employees. How to find Emily and her company online: Emily Bermes – LinkedInEmily Bermes + Associates – Website Music credits Bensound About Employee Cycle Employee Cycle is changing the way HR leaders use data, beginning with transforming their disconnected employee data into a user-friendly, centralized, and real-time HR dashboard. This helps companies view, track and analyze their workforce data to avoid risks, save costs, and ultimately increase their employee lifetime value.

36 MIN4 d ago
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How to Communicate Bad News to your Employees with Emily Bermes

Why Soft Skills should be called Human Skills with Rachel Druckenmiller

Listen to Rachel Druckenmiller, CEO of Unmuted Life, discuss why human skills can help employees with loneliness, empathy, and self-awareness. What you’ll learn from this episode: What are examples of soft skills that should be renamed to human skills.Why and how to use assessments to understand which gaps in human your team has and needs to address.Why human skills are a critical component of the re-skilling of today’s workforce talent.How to prioritize which human skills your team should learn based on your company size, industry, etc.The psychology around how childhood trauma can normalize negative behaviors as an adult. How to find Rachel and Unmuted online: Rachel Druckenmiller – LinkedInUnmuted – Website Resources from interview: Josh Bersin “Power Skills” articleReading lists and assessments Music credits: Bensound About Employee Cycle: Employee Cycle is changing the way HR leaders use data, beginning with transforming their disconnected employee data into a user-friendly, centralized, and real-time HR dashboard. This helps companies view, track and analyze their workforce data to avoid risks, save costs, and ultimately increase their employee lifetime value.

31 MIN1 w ago
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Why Soft Skills should be called Human Skills with Rachel Druckenmiller

Why a Small Business needs HR with Charlie Gray

Listen to Charlie Gray, President of Gray Scalable, discuss when, why and how small businesses should hire for HR. What you’ll learn from this episode: When is the right time for a small business to hire for an HR role.What should a small business owner expect from their HR role.How to assess whether your HR function should be full-time versus part-time, or even a consultant.Why one of the most important roles for an HR leader at a small organization is for them to truly understand the business.What the working relationship should look like between HR and the small business owner. How to find Charlie and Gray Scalable online: Charlie Gray – LinkedInGray Scalable – Website Music credits: Bensound About Employee Cycle: Employee Cycle is changing the way HR leaders use data, beginning with transforming their disconnected employee data into a user-friendly, centralized, and real-time HR dashboard. This helps companies view, track and analyze their workforce data to avoid risks, save costs, and ultimately increase their employee lifetime value.

30 MIN2 w ago
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Why a Small Business needs HR with Charlie Gray

Why HR tech companies and HR consultants should work together with Dan Taylor

Listen to Dan Taylor, Referral Program Specialist at BambooHR, discuss how HR tech companies & HR consultants can create value working together. What you’ll learn from this episode: What to expect from your HR software vendor versus HR consultant during the sales, implementation and training process.How HR consultants are hitting an inflection point where they need to be tech savvy for the sake of their clients.How HR consultants can help companies select the best HR tech vendors for their specific needs.How HR consultants can help companies navigate the world of HR integrations to streamline HR operations.Why HR software vendors needs to make it easy for HR consultants to become partners. Where to find Dan and BambooHR online: Dan Taylor – LinkedInBambooHR – Website Music credits: Bensound About Employee Cycle: Employee Cycle is changing the way HR leaders use data, beginning with transforming their disconnected employee data into a user-friendly, centralized, and real-time HR dashboard. This helps companies view, track and analyze their workforce data to avoid risks, save costs, and ultimately increase their employee lifetime value.

33 MIN3 w ago
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Why HR tech companies and HR consultants should work together with Dan Taylor

How to Win the War on Talent with Lauren Williams

Listen to Lauren Williams, Founder and Chief Boss Lady at Harmony HR Experts, discuss hiring and retaining top talent in a tight workforce. What you’ll learn from this episode: How the “war on talent” is increasing hiring and turnover costs across all industries and company sizes.Why it’s important to assess your current retention strategy to understand what’s working and not working.What employees are now looking for employers to provide to enhance the employee experience and differentiate your career opportunity.Why it’s important to look at what “best-in-class” companies are doing for employee retention, and tailor it to your own company and budget.Why trusting your employees increases employee loyalty and productivity. Why robust wellness and mental health programs are becoming more important to retain and develop talent. Where to find Lauren and Harmony HR Experts online: Lauren Williams – LinkedInLauren Williams – TwitterHarmony HR Experts – Website Music credits: Bensound About Employee Cycle: Employee Cycle is changing the way HR leaders use data, beginning with transforming their disconnected employee data into a user-friendly, centralized, and real-time HR dashboard. This helps companies view, track and analyze their workforce data to avoid risks, save costs, and ultimately increase their employee lifetime value.

32 MINOCT 18
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How to Win the War on Talent with Lauren Williams

How to do career pathing right in a changing economy with Brynne Kennedy

Listen to Brynne Kennedy, former founder & CEO of Topia and current Candidate for US Congress discuss the Talent Mobility Revolution. What you’ll learn from this episode: What is the Talent Mobility Revolution, and why should companies have a Chief Talent Mobility Officer (CTMO).How the gig economy is affecting traditional career pathing and making the process a lot more fluid. Why the accuracy of skills classification, and also re-skilling of employees is necessary for companies to retain top talent.How HR leaders can implement technology and help transform the operations of your business to increase talent mobility. Where to find Brynne online: Brynne Kennedy – LinkedInBrynne Kennedy – Fast, Fluid and Flat (Book) Music credits: Bensound About Employee Cycle: Employee Cycle is changing the way HR leaders use data, beginning with transforming their disconnected employee data into a user-friendly, centralized, and real-time HR dashboard. This helps companies view, track and analyze their workforce data to avoid risks, save costs, and ultimately increase their employee lifetime value.

27 MINOCT 12
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How to do career pathing right in a changing economy with Brynne Kennedy

Why provide health insurance to employees who are not full-time with Shane Foss

Listen to Shane Foss, Founder & CEO of Hooray Health, discuss why all employees deserve healthcare regardless of employment status. What you’ll learn from this episode: How affordable it can be to provide health insurance to employees that are not full-time. How companies need to use health insurance as a competitive advantage in a tight job market to hire and retain talent. How the gig economy and part-time job market will grow exponentially changing the landscape of work.How to assess whether or not your company can afford to provide benefits to employees who are not full-time.How to get buy-in and show ROI to your executive team to justify providing health benefits to employees who are not full-time. Where to find Shane and Hooray Health online: Shane Foss – LinkedInHooray Health – Website Music credits: Bensound About Employee Cycle: Employee Cycle is changing the way HR leaders use data, beginning with transforming their disconnected employee data into a user-friendly, centr...

31 MINOCT 4
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Why provide health insurance to employees who are not full-time with Shane Foss

How to Recruit Candidates to Work in an unconventional Industry with Cory Eustice

Listen to Cory Eustice, Head of Talent at Weedmaps, discuss why staying true to your employer brand is the best form of candidate marketing. What you’ll learn from this episode: The similarities and differences of hiring in an unconventional industry.How to address the misconception of your employee experience.How to help candidates know your company will not negatively affect their future career path.How to help candidates overcome what their friends and family will think about working at your company. How to find Cory and Weedmaps online: Cory Eustice – LinkedInWeedmaps – Website Music credits: Bensound About Employee Cycle: Employee Cycle is changing the way HR leaders use data, beginning with transforming their disconnected employee data into a user-friendly, centralized, and real-time HR dashboard. This helps companies view, track and analyze their workforce data to avoid risks, save costs, and ultimately increase their employee lifetime value.

32 MINSEP 27
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How to Recruit Candidates to Work in an unconventional Industry with Cory Eustice

Why HR is like Parenting with Michele Olton

Listen to Michele Olton, former SVP and Chief Talent Officer at Publicis, explain how to use parenting skills to coach up employees and managers. What you’ll learn from this episode: Why HR needs to take the time to better explain workplace processes. How providing patience for employees making mistakes allow employees to grow. The importance of loving all your employees differently. How to provide constructive feedback and leadership coaching. Why employees need to put better trust in HR. How HR can have a relationship with their employees without crossing the line. How to find Michele online: Michele Olton Music credits: Bensound About Employee Cycle: Employee Cycle is changing the way HR leaders use data, beginning with transforming their disconnected employee data into a user-friendly, centralized, and real-time HR dashboard. This helps companies view, track and analyze their workforce data to avoid risks, save costs, and ultimately increase their employee lifetime value.

31 MINSEP 21
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Why HR is like Parenting with Michele Olton

How to Build a Company Culture that’s not Afraid to Fail with Chris Dyer

Listen to Chris Dyer, CEO of PeopleG2, explain that companies are not allowing their employees to succeed, because they’re not allowing them to fail. What you’ll learn from this episode: The difference between workplace mistakes and errors. Why companies need to let employees experiment and try new things to become more creative. Why giving employees autonomy in their role with guidelines creates an innovative culture. Why clearly defining what success and failure looks like is critical to setting expectations. How to identify which roles allow for more flexibility to experiment and fail. How to find Chris and PeopleG2 online: Chris Dyer – LinkedIn Chris Dyer – Book: The Power of Company Culture PeopleG2 – Website Music credits: Bensound About Employee Cycle: Employee Cycle is changing the way HR leaders use data, beginning with transforming their disconnected employee data into a user-friendly, centralized, and real-time HR dashboard. This helps companies view, track and analy...

-1 sSEP 13
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How to Build a Company Culture that’s not Afraid to Fail with Chris Dyer

Latest Episodes

How to Communicate Bad News to your Employees with Emily Bermes

Listen to Emily Bermes, President of Emily Bermes + Associates, discuss the best way to manage and communicate bad news across your organization. What you’ll learn from this episode: The most common forms of bad news delivered to employees.Who should be responsible for delivering bad news in your company.Why sharing the absolute truth with your employees regardless of the outcome is always the best option.The different scenarios that dictate whether bad news should be communicated one-on-one versus in a group setting.How to have empathy when sharing bad news. When and when not to use technology to communicate bad news to large groups of employees. How to find Emily and her company online: Emily Bermes – LinkedInEmily Bermes + Associates – Website Music credits Bensound About Employee Cycle Employee Cycle is changing the way HR leaders use data, beginning with transforming their disconnected employee data into a user-friendly, centralized, and real-time HR dashboard. This helps companies view, track and analyze their workforce data to avoid risks, save costs, and ultimately increase their employee lifetime value.

36 MIN4 d ago
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How to Communicate Bad News to your Employees with Emily Bermes

Why Soft Skills should be called Human Skills with Rachel Druckenmiller

Listen to Rachel Druckenmiller, CEO of Unmuted Life, discuss why human skills can help employees with loneliness, empathy, and self-awareness. What you’ll learn from this episode: What are examples of soft skills that should be renamed to human skills.Why and how to use assessments to understand which gaps in human your team has and needs to address.Why human skills are a critical component of the re-skilling of today’s workforce talent.How to prioritize which human skills your team should learn based on your company size, industry, etc.The psychology around how childhood trauma can normalize negative behaviors as an adult. How to find Rachel and Unmuted online: Rachel Druckenmiller – LinkedInUnmuted – Website Resources from interview: Josh Bersin “Power Skills” articleReading lists and assessments Music credits: Bensound About Employee Cycle: Employee Cycle is changing the way HR leaders use data, beginning with transforming their disconnected employee data into a user-friendly, centralized, and real-time HR dashboard. This helps companies view, track and analyze their workforce data to avoid risks, save costs, and ultimately increase their employee lifetime value.

31 MIN1 w ago
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Why Soft Skills should be called Human Skills with Rachel Druckenmiller

Why a Small Business needs HR with Charlie Gray

Listen to Charlie Gray, President of Gray Scalable, discuss when, why and how small businesses should hire for HR. What you’ll learn from this episode: When is the right time for a small business to hire for an HR role.What should a small business owner expect from their HR role.How to assess whether your HR function should be full-time versus part-time, or even a consultant.Why one of the most important roles for an HR leader at a small organization is for them to truly understand the business.What the working relationship should look like between HR and the small business owner. How to find Charlie and Gray Scalable online: Charlie Gray – LinkedInGray Scalable – Website Music credits: Bensound About Employee Cycle: Employee Cycle is changing the way HR leaders use data, beginning with transforming their disconnected employee data into a user-friendly, centralized, and real-time HR dashboard. This helps companies view, track and analyze their workforce data to avoid risks, save costs, and ultimately increase their employee lifetime value.

30 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Why a Small Business needs HR with Charlie Gray

Why HR tech companies and HR consultants should work together with Dan Taylor

Listen to Dan Taylor, Referral Program Specialist at BambooHR, discuss how HR tech companies & HR consultants can create value working together. What you’ll learn from this episode: What to expect from your HR software vendor versus HR consultant during the sales, implementation and training process.How HR consultants are hitting an inflection point where they need to be tech savvy for the sake of their clients.How HR consultants can help companies select the best HR tech vendors for their specific needs.How HR consultants can help companies navigate the world of HR integrations to streamline HR operations.Why HR software vendors needs to make it easy for HR consultants to become partners. Where to find Dan and BambooHR online: Dan Taylor – LinkedInBambooHR – Website Music credits: Bensound About Employee Cycle: Employee Cycle is changing the way HR leaders use data, beginning with transforming their disconnected employee data into a user-friendly, centralized, and real-time HR dashboard. This helps companies view, track and analyze their workforce data to avoid risks, save costs, and ultimately increase their employee lifetime value.

33 MIN3 w ago
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Why HR tech companies and HR consultants should work together with Dan Taylor

How to Win the War on Talent with Lauren Williams

Listen to Lauren Williams, Founder and Chief Boss Lady at Harmony HR Experts, discuss hiring and retaining top talent in a tight workforce. What you’ll learn from this episode: How the “war on talent” is increasing hiring and turnover costs across all industries and company sizes.Why it’s important to assess your current retention strategy to understand what’s working and not working.What employees are now looking for employers to provide to enhance the employee experience and differentiate your career opportunity.Why it’s important to look at what “best-in-class” companies are doing for employee retention, and tailor it to your own company and budget.Why trusting your employees increases employee loyalty and productivity. Why robust wellness and mental health programs are becoming more important to retain and develop talent. Where to find Lauren and Harmony HR Experts online: Lauren Williams – LinkedInLauren Williams – TwitterHarmony HR Experts – Website Music credits: Bensound About Employee Cycle: Employee Cycle is changing the way HR leaders use data, beginning with transforming their disconnected employee data into a user-friendly, centralized, and real-time HR dashboard. This helps companies view, track and analyze their workforce data to avoid risks, save costs, and ultimately increase their employee lifetime value.

32 MINOCT 18
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How to Win the War on Talent with Lauren Williams

How to do career pathing right in a changing economy with Brynne Kennedy

Listen to Brynne Kennedy, former founder & CEO of Topia and current Candidate for US Congress discuss the Talent Mobility Revolution. What you’ll learn from this episode: What is the Talent Mobility Revolution, and why should companies have a Chief Talent Mobility Officer (CTMO).How the gig economy is affecting traditional career pathing and making the process a lot more fluid. Why the accuracy of skills classification, and also re-skilling of employees is necessary for companies to retain top talent.How HR leaders can implement technology and help transform the operations of your business to increase talent mobility. Where to find Brynne online: Brynne Kennedy – LinkedInBrynne Kennedy – Fast, Fluid and Flat (Book) Music credits: Bensound About Employee Cycle: Employee Cycle is changing the way HR leaders use data, beginning with transforming their disconnected employee data into a user-friendly, centralized, and real-time HR dashboard. This helps companies view, track and analyze their workforce data to avoid risks, save costs, and ultimately increase their employee lifetime value.

27 MINOCT 12
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How to do career pathing right in a changing economy with Brynne Kennedy

Why provide health insurance to employees who are not full-time with Shane Foss

Listen to Shane Foss, Founder & CEO of Hooray Health, discuss why all employees deserve healthcare regardless of employment status. What you’ll learn from this episode: How affordable it can be to provide health insurance to employees that are not full-time. How companies need to use health insurance as a competitive advantage in a tight job market to hire and retain talent. How the gig economy and part-time job market will grow exponentially changing the landscape of work.How to assess whether or not your company can afford to provide benefits to employees who are not full-time.How to get buy-in and show ROI to your executive team to justify providing health benefits to employees who are not full-time. Where to find Shane and Hooray Health online: Shane Foss – LinkedInHooray Health – Website Music credits: Bensound About Employee Cycle: Employee Cycle is changing the way HR leaders use data, beginning with transforming their disconnected employee data into a user-friendly, centr...

31 MINOCT 4
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Why provide health insurance to employees who are not full-time with Shane Foss

How to Recruit Candidates to Work in an unconventional Industry with Cory Eustice

Listen to Cory Eustice, Head of Talent at Weedmaps, discuss why staying true to your employer brand is the best form of candidate marketing. What you’ll learn from this episode: The similarities and differences of hiring in an unconventional industry.How to address the misconception of your employee experience.How to help candidates know your company will not negatively affect their future career path.How to help candidates overcome what their friends and family will think about working at your company. How to find Cory and Weedmaps online: Cory Eustice – LinkedInWeedmaps – Website Music credits: Bensound About Employee Cycle: Employee Cycle is changing the way HR leaders use data, beginning with transforming their disconnected employee data into a user-friendly, centralized, and real-time HR dashboard. This helps companies view, track and analyze their workforce data to avoid risks, save costs, and ultimately increase their employee lifetime value.

32 MINSEP 27
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How to Recruit Candidates to Work in an unconventional Industry with Cory Eustice

Why HR is like Parenting with Michele Olton

Listen to Michele Olton, former SVP and Chief Talent Officer at Publicis, explain how to use parenting skills to coach up employees and managers. What you’ll learn from this episode: Why HR needs to take the time to better explain workplace processes. How providing patience for employees making mistakes allow employees to grow. The importance of loving all your employees differently. How to provide constructive feedback and leadership coaching. Why employees need to put better trust in HR. How HR can have a relationship with their employees without crossing the line. How to find Michele online: Michele Olton Music credits: Bensound About Employee Cycle: Employee Cycle is changing the way HR leaders use data, beginning with transforming their disconnected employee data into a user-friendly, centralized, and real-time HR dashboard. This helps companies view, track and analyze their workforce data to avoid risks, save costs, and ultimately increase their employee lifetime value.

31 MINSEP 21
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Why HR is like Parenting with Michele Olton

How to Build a Company Culture that’s not Afraid to Fail with Chris Dyer

Listen to Chris Dyer, CEO of PeopleG2, explain that companies are not allowing their employees to succeed, because they’re not allowing them to fail. What you’ll learn from this episode: The difference between workplace mistakes and errors. Why companies need to let employees experiment and try new things to become more creative. Why giving employees autonomy in their role with guidelines creates an innovative culture. Why clearly defining what success and failure looks like is critical to setting expectations. How to identify which roles allow for more flexibility to experiment and fail. How to find Chris and PeopleG2 online: Chris Dyer – LinkedIn Chris Dyer – Book: The Power of Company Culture PeopleG2 – Website Music credits: Bensound About Employee Cycle: Employee Cycle is changing the way HR leaders use data, beginning with transforming their disconnected employee data into a user-friendly, centralized, and real-time HR dashboard. This helps companies view, track and analy...

-1 sSEP 13
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How to Build a Company Culture that’s not Afraid to Fail with Chris Dyer
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