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  • The Need for a Domestic Violence Policy
    with Gary Young and Tim Muma - October 13, 2014
    This year there has been a spotlight on domestic violence and how it may impact one's career, namely with the incident involving NFL running back, Ray Rice. After being convicted of abuse against his wife, along with video of the footage, the Baltimore Ravens released him from the team. That begs the question, should all employers have a domestic violence policy in place should one of their employees commit this crime? Gary Yo...
  • Combatting Employee Disengagement
    with Susan Strayer LaMotte and Jenna Connour - October 6, 2014
    Employee disengagement is a hot topic in the work world. But understanding employee disengagement and its underlying causes is not always cut-and-dry. To learn more about why employees become disengaged at work, and how managers can effectively combat disengagement, Jenna Connour sits down with Susan Strayer LaMotte, Principal Consultant and Founder of exaqueo – a workforce consultancy specializing in developing and implementi...
  • Post-Pregnancy Discrimination
    with Christine Walters and Tim Muma - October 1, 2014
    It's likely, as an employer, you will have a woman in your workplace blessed with a pregnancy. While it can be a joyous time for everyone involved, there may be some challenges and legal items to consider throughout the process, including when the employee returns from her maternity leave. Christine Walters, an independent human resources and employment law consultant, gives the listeners the legal and practical considerations...
  • Gender Differences in Performance Reviews
    with Kieran Snyder and Tim Muma - September 30, 2014
    Gender in the workplace is often discussed in relation to how co-workers and employees are treated. Another perspective relates to gender's role in the type of feedback given and received in a performance review. Kieran Snyder, Co-Founder and CEO of Textio, did her own research by compiling a variety of performance reviews to gauge the similarities and differences. Kieran breaks it down for Tim Muma and points out the areas of...
  • Leadership Characteristics of Great Prioritizers
    with Laura Stack and Cady Chesney - September 25, 2014
    Great prioritizers often demonstrate leadership characteristics in the workplace, but what does successful prioritization look like and what can leaders to do improve this skill? Prioritization may involve several levels of responsibility, which includes direct reports, peers, and of course, your own tasks and responsibilities as a leader. Join Laura Stack, President and CEO of The Productivity Pro, keynote speaker, and author...
  • Bias in Your Eye for Talent
    with Joe Gerstandt and Tim Muma - September 22, 2014
    For anyone in charge of hiring or recruiting talent, it's important the focus remain on knowledge, skills, experience and fit. However, the potential for discrimination - intentional or not - is something that everyone should be aware of when weeding out a candidate or favoring one. Joe Gerstandt, a diversity and inclusion speaker and author, warns individuals in charge of hiring to check their personal bias blind spots. He ex...
  • Mistakes Supervisors Make on Social Media
    with Jonathan Segal and Tim Muma - September 16, 2014
    With the advancement of technology and the impact it plays in communication, there are bound to be some bumps in the road for those learning to use it. This includes social media and the effort of management to utilize this tool in a variety of ways. Jonathan Segal, a partner and managing principal at Duane Morris, LLP, joins Tim Muma to discuss the common mistakes that supervisors make on social media. Jonathan breaks down th...
  • Servant Leadership
    with Barbara Baggerly-Hinojosa and Cady Chesney - September 15, 2014
    Coined by Robert K. Greenleaf, “servant leadership” is “…a philosophy that enriches the lives of individuals, builds better organizations, and ultimately creates a more just and caring world.” A servant leader puts the needs of those they serve first and foremost, and leads to the positive development of their staff. Dr. Barbara Baggerly-Hinojosa, author of “Are you a Ten? The Ten Characteristics of a Servant Leader” and Assis...
  • How Much Should a Name Matter in Hiring?
    with Sabrina Baker and Tim Muma - September 11, 2014
    There has been a lot of buzz in the human resources industry about an individual by the name of Jose Zamora and his inability to get a job interview. He claims that once he changed his name to Joe on his resume, the calls and emails started coming. Sabrina Baker, an experienced human resources professional and founder of Acacia HR Solutions, talks with Tim Muma about Jose's situation and the validity of his discovery. Sabrina...
  • How to Succeed as a Young Manager
    with Dustin McKissen and Cady Chesney - September 8, 2014
    Managers and those in leadership positions work to guide their team through projects, and young mangers face challenges that their more experienced counterparts may not. These include managing others that are older, and sometimes, more experienced than you are. Dustin McKissen, Director of Operations and Marketing at Metacred, joins the show to share the lessons he learned throughout his career that helped him succeed as a you...