Ed Frauenheim, senior director of research and content at Great Place to Work, and Rick Bell, editorial director at Human Capital Media, go head to head in a discussion about what Gen Z should — and shouldn't — demand at work.
Managing Editor Frank Kalman interviews talent executive Jim Conti for the January 2018 issue of Talent Economy's quarterly Insider profile. The two talk about Conti's transition from school teacher to talent executive, why Chicago and the Midwest is especially ripe for startups and more.
Managing Editor Frank Kalman talks with executives from Chicago-based sales advisory firm GrowthPlay about the evolving practice of reverse mentoring and how it can improve a company's development and performance.
Frank Kalman and Rick Bell are joined by employment lawyer and Workforce columnist Jon Hyman to discuss what the latest wave of high-profile sexual harassment and misconduct allegations mean for the talent economy and business moving forward. Rick and Frank also discuss the workplace of the future where your boss is a robot, not a human.
Workforce's Rick Bell is back with Talent Economy Managing Editor Frank Kalman as the two talk about efforts to get recovering drug addicts back into the workforce, the increasing importance of parental leave to millennial men, as well as how workers should feel about attending their annual corporate holiday party.
Managing Editor Frank Kalman welcomes Workforce's Rick Bell to the podcast to talk CEO corporate responsibility, if companies should pay to send hires to tech boot camps. Also, are emojis appropriate at work?
Managing Editor Frank Kalman catches up with Workforce editor Rick Bell, who is onsite in sunny Las Vegas reporting from the floor of the HR Technology Conference & Exposition. The two talk about the latest trends sweeping the conference, as well as Rick's new personal best marathon time.
Managing Editor Frank Kalman welcomes Workforce's Rick Bell and Talent Economy Associate Editor Lauren Dixon to this week's program. The three discuss if meritocracy works in business, CEO activism, Target's effort to increase minimum wage and more.
Managing Editor Frank Kalman and Workforce editor Rick Bell discuss Amazon's search for a second headquarters, firms moving more to poach underemployed workers, as well as the workplace lessons from the Equifax breach on the latest episode of Talent10x.
Workforce's Rick Bell makes his long-awaited return to Talent10x after his vacation in Oregon. Rick and co-host Frank Kalman discuss former military generals as business leaders, Uber's new CEO, hurricane Harvey and the Trump administration's reversal on an Obama-era pay disclosure rule.
Managing Editor Frank Kalman welcomes generations expert, author and keynote speaker Ryan Jenkins to the podcast as the two talk about Generation Z and what business leaders can expect from their pending entrance into the workforce.