Alice Mann, author of "Future First: How Successful Leaders Turn Innovation Challenges Into New Value Frontiers," talks with Lauren Dixon about how to turn externalities into innovations and business opportunities and how the private sector can address global challenges.
Jeffrey Puritt, president and CEO of TELUS International, speaks with Senior Editor Lauren Dixon about why companies should become involved in corporate social responsibility efforts, how to do so and the ways it can help attract young talent to an organization.
CEO and Founder Jonathan Calmus talks with Senior Editor Lauren Dixon about how he's changing access to entrepreneurial success, the importance of outside perspectives and his plans for EDEN, his future city for problem solving.
Editorial Director Rick Bell joins Senior Editor Lauren Dixon to discuss Ultimate Connections, the conference for Ultimate Software in Las Vegas. The two gab about payday advances and what's new in the world of HR conferences.
HR consultancy CEO Amy Polefrone talked with Senior Editor Lauren Dixon about how sexual harassment training changed over the past 20 years, the importance of effective programs and the new focus on respectful workplaces and bystander training.
Frank Kalman, in his last Talent10x, talks with Rick Bell about declining workforce productivity figures the Monday after the Super Bowl and if that means employers ought to consider giving employees that day off.
Rick Bell and Frank Kalman discuss Amazon's list of 20 cities to land its second North American headquarters. Who is the favorite? Also, the two discuss a rise in workplace suicides and more in the latest episode of the Talent10x podcast.
Rick Bell and Frank Kalman profile a new study showing that the pay premium of working at large companies doesn't pay as it used to. Also, the two chat up Wal-Mart's decision to raise its minimum wage and dole out bonuses -- an effort the company says is a result of the new tax law.
Talent10x hosts Rick Bell and Frank Kalman talk through some of the more interesting stories of the week, including Iceland's legislative move to fix the country's gender pay gap as well as companies instituting practices to have employees rate their managers more often. Plus, they discuss the workforce implications from the winter storm hitting the East Coast.
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.