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The Workology Podcast is a podcast for the disruptive workplace leader who’s tired of the status quo. Beginning in 2014, the Workology Podcast is focused on highlighting the art and science of the workplace, HR, and recruitment.

The Workology Podcast is a podcast for the disruptive workplace leader who’s tired of the status quo. Beginning in 2014, the Workology Podcast is focused on highlighting the art and science of the workplace, HR, and recruitment.
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The Workology Podcast is a podcast for the disruptive workplace leader who’s tired of the status quo. Beginning in 2014, the Workology Podcast is focused on highlighting the art and science of the workplace, HR, and recruitment.








Ep 201 – Recruiting Candidates With Criminal Histories, a Personal Story

At a time when the unemployment rate is 3.8 percent, SHRM data says that more than 7.8 million jobs will need to be filled by 2020. As HR leaders, we’re always looking for talent pools to tap for new candidates. This includes campaigns to specifically recruit diverse candidates, persons with disabilities, and other marginalized groups. […] Source


Ep 200 – What We Need to do to Have More Workplace Accessibility

Workplace accessibility isn’t just about compliance with government regulations. It’s a human issue, and as human resource leaders, it’s something that we think about a lot. It affects our physical space, but we also have to consider accessible technology for job applicants and our employees. This podcast is sponsored by ClearCompany. Ep 200: What We […] Source


Ep 199 – What Job Seekers Want from the Candidate Experience

Private groups, networks and communities are becoming the new norm, and this fundamentally changes how we interact with candidates – because the way job seekers interact with social media networks has evolved. One example of what job seekers want from the candidate experience is the Austin Digital Jobs Group on Facebook, which has exploded to […] Source


Ep 198 – Balancing High Growth with Employee Engagement

For mid-sized companies in particular, growth is getting tougher in the face of new market dynamics: rising consumer expectations, increasing competition, and digital disruption. All of these present a challenge for growing companies when it comes to employee experience and engagement. A 2018 McKinsey study, “Becoming CEO,” reports that talent is a top priority for […] Source


Ep 197 – How to Lead Remote Workers

On today’s podcast, I’d like to talk about how we as HR leaders can set the standard for our companies on communication and workflow for remote employees. In its 2019 Future Workforce Report, freelancing website Upwork reports that nearly two-thirds (63 percent) of companies today have remote workers and 2 out of 5 full-time employees […] Source


Ep 196 – Global Tech Recruiting Trends

Globalization and outsourcing have led many U.S.-based organizations to expand their business operations internationally. This has created a need for smarter and faster ways to screen talent, especially in the technology sector. In a near zero unemployment economy, recruiters and HR leaders know they must be able to move quickly once a qualified candidate has […] Source


Ep 195 – How to Use Net Promoter Scores in Recruiting

On today’s podcast, I’d like to talk about how NPS surveys in recruiting as well as sentiment scoring in recruitment marketing. Net Promoter or Net Promoter Score (NPS) is a tool that can be used to gauge customer (or candidate) loyalty. It’s an alternative to traditional customer satisfaction research and typically correlates with revenue growth. […] Source


Ep 194 – Living Big in the Presence of Brave

While it wears many faces, bravery is one of the most valuable virtues not only in life but in leadership. The presence of bravery leads to do-ers, dreamers, and great leaders. “The willingness to take action amid uncertainty; to do what is right over what’s expedient, and to risk failing and falling short in the […] Source


Ep 193: Using Chatbots in HR

On today’s podcast, I’d like to talk about using chatbots in HR to help streamline tasks and free up your team’s time to focus on high-touch projects. Chatbots, powered by artificial intelligence (AI) and armed with machine learning, can interact with humans and become increasingly agile with each interaction. If you’ve ever “talked” to Amazon’s […] Source


Episode 192: Finding Humor in the Workplace

On today’s podcast, I’d like to talk about the importance of humor and fun in the workplace in order to improve productivity, innovation, and creativity. We can train our management staff on leadership, coaching, and HR compliance, but when it comes to motivating our workforce, we might be missing out on the opportunity to find […] Source


Episode 191: The Great #SHRM Debate

In case you’ve missed the drama unfolding after SHRM CEO Johnny C. Taylor Jr. took an aggressive posture at a conference in January, defending the organization’s participation in White House initiatives and associations with individuals some members find objectionable, you can catch up on Twitter with the hashtag #FixItSHRM. It’s something that everyone is talking […] Source


Episode 190: Creating Authentic & Inclusive Experiences for Your Workforce

The world is moving quickly and changes are happening in the way we live and work fueled by technology combined with a new awareness. We are more conscious of other types of people and lifestyles of fellow citizens not just in the US but on earth. Our responsibilities as business leaders and HR is to […] Source


Episode 189: Sourcing on Reddit & Social Media Sites

As HR leaders, we’ve had to get creative in our sourcing methods as the unemployment rate has declined and the job market has shifted in favor of candidates. Many of us already use some form of boolean search, which has been an internet sourcing and recruiting staple for years, allowing recruiters search for databases, member […] Source


Ep 188 – How Google Jobs is Changing Recruiting

According to its 2018 Candidate Experience Report, iCIMS found that nearly 7-in-10 people use Google as part of their typical process to search for open jobs and research potential employers. More specifically, 83 percent of millennials use Google during their job search, and Gen-Xers (68 percent) are taking advantage of the popular search engine more […] Source


Ep 187 – The Benefits of Executive Coaching in HR

According to the Global Leadership Forecast 2018, published by DDI, 67% of Gen X leaders said they would like more external coaching and 57% want external development. The research also shows that CEOs are more concerned about developing “next gen” leaders than they are about any other issue, including cyber-security, global recession, and political uncertainty. […] Source


Ep 186 – Data Visualization Accessibility for Employees, Teams, & Leaders

I’m not ashamed to admit that I’m a data nerd and absolutely love charts and graphs as a way to analyze and assess the performance of a client recruitment campaign or in evaluating Workology’s own digital performance and downloads. Data is everything in business which is why it shouldn’t surprise you accessible data visualization is […] Source


Ep 185 – Making Artificial Intelligence Inclusive for Hiring and HR

It seems like in the news we are bombarded with the fear of how technologies like artificial intelligence are eliminating jobs and putting us out of work. It’s because of that I’ve been on a mission to learn more about AI and the different ways it can be used to humanize the hiring and workplace. […] Source


Ep 184 – Employment Success for People with Disabilities

Welcome to a new series on the Workology Podcast we are kicking off that focuses on the future of work. This series is in collaboration with the Partnership on Employment & Accessible Technology or PEAT. We’re talking about how to expand employment opportunities for people with disabilities. Technology that is accessible plays a big role in that […] Source


Ep 183 – Nutrition Counseling: Wellness Programs in the Workplace

There is a growing awareness among the public and private sectors that worksite initiatives are imperative in nutrition education and obesity prevention. Many reports support the direct relationship between health risk and health care expenditure. For example, obese individuals spend over a third more on health services than average individuals, according to a National Institute […] Source


Ep 182 – Improving Your Workplace Communication

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) estimates that every year, nearly two million U.S. workers are victims of workplace violence. There is so much divisiveness in our lives right now, as HR pros and leaders we need tools to help us better communicate and build relationships. I wanted to bring in an expert to […] Source