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Bite-sized episodes covering the latest news and info in our industry, to keep all HR pros up-to-date. We’ll explore topics around thought leadership, compliance, and authentic human resources situations we face every day. Brought to you by Paylocity, a leading HCM provider that frees you from the tasks of today so you can focus more on the promise of tomorrow. If you’d like to submit a topic or appear as a guest on a future episode, email us at PCTYTalks@paylocity.com.
 
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Embracing neurodiversity in the workplace positively impacts work by increasing innovation and creativity, improving problem-solving abilities, and creating a better understanding of the needs and strengths of all employees. Join host Shari Simpson and guest Jenny Jeep Johnson as they address common misconceptions and stigmas surrounding neurodiver…
 
Layoffs are never easy, and it’s especially difficult when it comes to supporting employees who may be affected. Unfortunately, in today’s business climate, layoffs often become necessary for various reasons. While the decision is always hard on those involved, there are some strategies and approaches you can take as a manager or part of human reso…
 
Conversations around "hustle culture," constant availability, and working 24/7 led to a new buzzword that took the internet by storm: “quiet quitting.” Now 6+ months later, we have “quiet hiring.” Quiet hiring is far from silent, it communicates the strengths of a team and its ability to adjust to the ever-evolving business environment. Join host S…
 
To be successful in business, it's important to have a high EQ — that is, your emotional intelligence. But what about your writing EQ? To connect with your audience and write persuasively, you need to sharpen your writing skills. Join Erin Lebacqz and host Shari Simpson as they discuss some tips to help you improve your business writing EQ. Guest: …
 
Jade Simmons is a classically trained concert pianist who, over time, has added speaking to her audience and mixing different genres of music into her repertoire to create what she calls "concert adventures." Simmons believes that imposter syndrome can be overcome by focusing on creating something new instead of imitating what has come before. List…
 
Do you manage an hourly workforce? You're not alone. A recent study found that around 60% of businesses in the US rely on hourly employees. But managing a shift-based workforce can be tricky. If you're not careful, you could wind up with scheduling nightmares and angry employees. Join Traci Chernoff and host Shari Simpson as they discuss the benefi…
 
It's estimated that 50 percent of the workforce comprises freelancers, contractors and temporary employees. That's right – the days of traditional full-time employment are numbered. So, what does this mean for managers and HR professionals? Join Elizebeth Varghese and host Shari Simpson as they discuss thinking about work in a new way. Guest: Elize…
 
As businesses continue to grow and evolve, so too does the role of the CHRO. No longer is this executive responsible for just human resources; they are now a strategic partner in creating and implementing company-wide initiatives. Join Jim Link and host Shari Simpson as they discuss how the CHRO needs to be more than just a HR expert - they need to…
 
A recent study by the Pew Research Center found that women are now just as likely as men to hold managerial jobs. While this is a great step forward, it also brings new challenges for both companies and women in leadership. One of the most important issues facing managers today is keeping these leaders engaged and motivated. Join Dr. Mira Brancu an…
 
A report compiled by the Harvard Business Review revealed that within the next 10 years, 65% of jobs will necessitate new skills that are not currently required. As the world progresses and changes, so too must the field of human resources. Join Alex Alonso and host Shari Simpson as they discuss the most essential skills for HR professionals in the…
 
You might think, as a manager or HR professional, that you’re already doing all you can to advocate for diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility in your workplace. But there are always ways you can step up your game – and building a team of diversity advocates is one great way to do it. Join Holly Norton and host Shari Simpson as they discus…
 
There’s a new generation in the workforce, and if you want to understand them, you need to learn about Gen Z. Born between the mid-1990s and early 2000s, this group is already making its mark on the world. So, what’s different about Gen Zers? Join Hana Ben-Shabat and host Shari Simpson as they talk about what Gen Z wants from work and how managers …
 
Are you staying ahead of compliance requirements? Let's face it, it's not always easy to keep up with all the latest changes in the law. But if you don't stay on top of things, you could find yourself in big trouble. Join Emily Dickens and host Shari Simpson as they talk about the complexities of the compliance landscape and how to stay informed. G…
 
It's no secret that emotional intelligence (EI) is a key ingredient to success. After all, how can you lead and inspire others if you can't relate to them emotionally? Join Bethany Adams and host Shari Simpson as they discuss what exactly emotional intelligence is and how you can develop it in yourself and your team. Guest: Bethany J. Adams, MA, SH…
 
It's hard to believe, but 2023 is just around the corner. In HR circles, that means one thing: time to start preparing for the future! What can you expect over the next few years? Join John Baldino, Josh Rock, and host Shari Simpson as they discuss a few predictions. Guest(s): John Baldino, President, Humareso John founded Humareso to strategize wi…
 
In case you were hiding under a rock last year, California passed some major workplace legislation that will impact how managers and HR professionals operate in the Golden State. Join Kim Gusman and host Shari Simpson as they recap what you need to know as we head into 2023. Guest: Kim (Parker) Gusman is the President and CEO of the California Empl…
 
There's been much talk lately about the gender wage gap, and rightly so. However, another issue that deserves more attention is the retention of women in the workplace. Too often, women leave their jobs or switch careers because they feel stalled or unsupported. Listen in as Jess Von Bank and host Shari Simpson talk about supporting and retaining w…
 
The business world moves fast. The only way to stay ahead of the competition is to constantly think about new ways to disrupt your industry. But even if you're always coming up with new ideas, there's a good chance you'll eventually hit a wall. That's because your competitors are probably doing the same thing. How can you keep breaking through and …
 
As a business leader, you know that data is power. You use analytics to make strategic decisions about where to allocate your resources, how to grow your business, and what new products or services to offer. So why wouldn't you use data to drive your recruiting strategy? Listen in as Lance Sapera and host Shari Simpson discuss how using data to dri…
 
There's no doubt that technology has changed the way HR works. But have you ever stopped to ask yourself how it's changed how employees work? According to a study by PwC, 84 percent of global executives say that their organization is either "very" or "somewhat" digitized, and 49 percent say that they've seen an increase in employee productivity due…
 
Do you know what your employees want? You should if you want them to stick around. Research shows that creating employee personas can help you understand what makes your people happy in their jobs. Listen in as Mary Kaplan and host Shari Simpson discuss the how and why behind creating employee personas. Guest: Mary Kaplan, Product Marketing Manager…
 
Employee engagement isn't just a HR thing. Sure, HR is responsible for developing and implementing strategies to engage employees, but business leaders need to be involved too. After all, employee engagement is linked to business performance. Listen in as Jessica Dunyon and host Shari Simpson talk about engagement initiatives at the leader level. G…
 
Are you happy with your company's Total Rewards Program? If not, you're not alone. A recent study found that less than half of employees are satisfied with their current benefits package. So, what can be done to make Total Rewards more appealing? Listen in as Kim Seals and host Shari Simpson discuss tips on how to create a rewarding experience for …
 
If you're like most business leaders, you're always on the lookout for new and innovative employee benefits that will keep your team happy and engaged. But what if there was a way to customize those benefits specifically to your employees' needs? Listen in as Mary Faulkner and host Shari Simpson discuss personalized benefit offerings at the employe…
 
There's no doubt that technology has changed the way we live and work. And as technology has evolved, so too have the ways we use it to improve our lives and work. One area where technology has had a significant impact is in the benefits space. Listen in as Ellen McCann and host Shari Simpson discuss how to best leverage your technology to increase…
 
The future of training is here, and it's in virtual reality. VR allows trainees to immerse themselves in realistic environments where they can practice skills and gain experience without putting themselves or others at risk. VR is already being used by the military, police, and medical professionals to provide safe, realistic training scenarios. Li…
 
The evolution of HR technology has been nothing short of amazing. We've gone from data being stored on paper to it being stored in the cloud. We've gone from using spreadsheets to using data analytics. And we've gone from hiring managers making decisions based on their gut to making decisions based on data and analytics. But what does the future ho…
 
The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), the SHRM Foundation, and the California Department of Rehabilitation (DOR) announced a partnership today to adapt the SHRM Foundation's Employing Abilities at Work Certificate program and resource guide to serve California workplaces and Californians with disabilities. Join Joe Xavier and host Shari…
 
If you've ever been on a job interview, you know that they can be pretty hit or miss. You might have a great conversation with the interviewer and feel confident that you're the perfect candidate for the job. Or, you might have an awkward experience and leave feeling like you didn't make the best impression. So how do employers accurately predict w…
 
We live in a time when technology has made it possible for people from all over the world to work together as one team. CHROs have been at the forefront of this change, creating new ways that employees can be engaged and motivated while achieving personal success outside their jobs with flexible schedules or remote working options. Learn more from …
 
As America becomes increasingly diverse, the issue of religious freedom has come to the forefront. The Religious Freedom Restoration Act was passed in 1993 to protect the rights of religious minorities. However, there has been growing concern that the act could be used to discriminate against LGBTQIAP+ individuals in the workplace. Listen in as Kel…
 
HR professionals are often tasked with managing other people. But what about managing yourself? As an HR professional, it's important to develop strong time management skills and set healthy boundaries. It can also be helpful to give yourself regular affirmations and find a mentor or role model who can offer advice and guidance. Listen in as Valeri…
 
HR is a critical component of any successful organization, sitting at the intersection of employees, leaders, and business and helping people reach their full potential. That’s why HR professionals can make a real difference in the lives of employees and the overall success of their businesses when they focus on talent. Listen in as Steve Browne an…
 
In today's business world, there's one skill that's more important than ever: empathy. Empathy is the ability to understand and share the feelings of another person. It is a critical skill for businesses because it allows them to build strong relationships with their customers and employees. Listen in as Jeremy York and host Shari Simpson discuss w…
 
Description: Ideas are the lifeblood of every organization. They keep things fresh, exciting, and relevant. But where do these ideas come from? With the ever-changing landscape of the modern world, organizations must constantly adapt and evolve to stay ahead of the competition. This means promoting creativity and innovation in business at all level…
 
It's no secret that the current pandemic has forced many of us to reevaluate our priorities. For some, that means taking a hard look at their careers and deciding what's truly important to them. Conversations around "hustle culture," constant availability, and working 24/7 has led to a new buzzword that's taken the internet by storm: “quiet quittin…
 
Change is never easy, and when it comes to large corporate initiatives, it can often lead to panic. Tune into April Callis-Birchmeier and host Shari Simpson as they discuss the importance of change management communications for stakeholders. Together they will explore best practices for implementing organizational transformations and changes. Guest…
 
Writing can often seem impossible, especially when trying to write for an unknown audience. If you have ever wondered how to write for a specific audience while simultaneously letting your writing flow, please join Cathy Fyock and host Shari Simpson as they explore the ins and outs of writing while giving great tips to listeners. Guest: Cathy Fyock…
 
As any manager knows, feedback is essential for helping employees grow and develop. By providing feedback, managers can help employees to identify areas where they need improvement and set goals for future growth. However, giving feedback can also be challenging. It's essential to strike the right balance between positive and negative feedback and …
 
The HR function is often seen as the reinforcer of rules and regulations. However, in recent years, the HR profession has pushed to shift that mentality. With the new candidate-driven labor market, businesses have had to pivot to see the importance of their human capital. Tune in to hear how Vivian Blade and host Shari Simpson share tips on how HR …
 
As part of your recruiting efforts, creating a diverse candidate pipeline of women and supplying them with what they need to be successful can push your organization to the next level. Join Francine Parham and host Shari Simpson as they share how leadership can center the importance of diverse thought and inclusivity by inviting diversified women t…
 
Anne Bono shares her story of getting fired and what she learned from that experience. Our host Shari Simpson dives in to learn more about how HR professionals and managers can better coach and terminate when necessary. Guest: Anne Bono, Vice President, Growth Marketing at Penguin Random House and Coach/Speaker at Human Centric Work Anne is an acci…
 
In any workplace, trust is essential. Without trust, it can be challenging to get anything done. Employees need to trust that their boss has their best interests at heart, and bosses need to trust that their employees are competent and reliable. But how can you build trust in the workplace? Join host Shari Simpson as she talks with Sarah Noll-Wilso…
 
In the face of an ever-changing landscape, employers are increasingly looking for ways to build resilience across their workforce. Employers can create a more adaptable and responsive workforce by investing in systems that focus on the individual, team, and organization. This investment is paying off in terms of employee retention; while the averag…
 
Psychological safety at work is critical to a team's ability to give and receive candid, respectful feedback. If your organization is looking to build a stronger feedback culture, it needs to start with a safe environment where employees feel comfortable sharing their thoughts and ideas. When team members feel safe, they're more likely to take the …
 
Disability inclusion means understanding the relationship between the way people function, and how they participate in society while ensuring everyone has the same opportunities to participate in every aspect of life to the best of their abilities. Join Lesa Bradshaw and host Shari Simpson as they navigate how HR can be more disability-inclusive. L…
 
So, you're thinking about getting certified in human resources? Good for you! Having a certification can help show employers that you have the skills and knowledge necessary to be a successful HR professional. But which should you choose? There are two main organizations: SHRM and HRCI. So how do you choose? Listen in as John Newton and host Shari …
 
What Were We Up to at SHRM22? Packed with more than 200 sessions, curated content tracks, peer networking opportunities, lively entertainment, and more – there was a lot to experience at the largest gathering of the HR community. Thanks for the thousands of wonderful conversations, hands-on product demos, interesting takeaways, and an experience we…
 
Brenda Kasper can help us all understand a little more about navigating potential wage and hour pitfalls while managing a remote, hybrid, or on-site workforce. Brenda S. Kasper is a founding member of Kasper & Frank LLP, a law firm representing California and multi-state employers for all of their human resources and employment law needs. She regul…
 
Lori Kleiman is known for her HR Department of one advocacy. Listen in to learn more about the top HR Department of One challenges. Guest Bio: Been there – done that! With 30 years of HR and business experience – Lori has walked in your shoes. A recovered HR Generalist, she built a consulting company that she sold to Gallagher after 7 years and the…
 
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