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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.

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@workology

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English

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Episodes

Ep 139 – Navigating Immigration: How to Hire Current Visa Holders

6/6/2018
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Another sign of the strong economy and tight labor market is that the jobless rate ticked down to 3.8% in May – a tie with the lowest unemployment rate since 1969. Since then, the only other time unemployment was this low was in April 2000. It’s because of the tight labor market, the increased need […] Source

Duration:00:20:10

Ep 138 – Future of Work: Virtual Reality & Accessible Workplace Technology

5/30/2018
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The area of virtual reality and augmented reality is a growing space. The VR industry has increased to 90 million active users in 2017, and it is projected to increase to 171 million users in 2018. I’ve had a number of podcast interviews over the last three years that touch on the topics of AR […] Source

Duration:00:25:39

Ep 137 – Encouraging Executive and Leadership Collaboration

5/23/2018
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Do you remember when we were all about discussions surrounding the 2020 workplace? Well, that 2020 workplace is nearly upon us, and while the workplace is shifting the way we might expect, there are a number of challenges and themes that we in human capital are looking forward t0 in 2030 and beyond. Today we’ll […] Source

Duration:00:27:40

Ep 136 – Future of Work: Workplace Accessibility and Inclusion

5/16/2018
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According to the Amplify Accessibility Report from Accenture, people with disabilities can potentially add an additional $23 billion to the global economy. Advances in accessibility technology can help make this a reality, enabling more than 88 million of the 160 million people with disabilities to be a part of the workforce. As part of our […] Source

Duration:00:32:57

Ep 135 – Women at Work: Ditch the Workplace Drama

5/9/2018
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I recently launched a series here on Workology focused on women in the workplace. The feedback from my first blog post was clear. I received many emails, DMs and phone calls sharing their stories and wanting more. Workplace drama is real and it can be detrimental to your success at your job and in your […] Source

Duration:00:22:14

Ep 134 – Future of Work: Job Search and Employee Accessibility

5/2/2018
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It’s important to walk a mile in another person’s shoes. I encourage this often when it comes to understanding the job seeker journey and certainly when talking with employees whether it’s through focus groups, surveys or applying for jobs at your company to understand first hand what the process is like. That’s certainly true when […] Source

Duration:00:31:38

Ep 133 – How to Handle Imposter Syndrome in the Workplace

4/25/2018
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I recently launched a series here on Workology focused on women in the workplace. The feedback from my first blog post was clear. I received many emails, DMs and phone calls sharing their stories and wanting more. A recent study found a third of millennials experience self-doubt at work, with 40% of women saying they felt […] Source

Duration:00:29:02

Ep 132 – The Future of Accessible Workplace Technology

4/18/2018
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If the subject of accessibility isn’t on your radar, it’s time for it to be there. As technology becomes an even more important part of our lives and workplaces, it’s important that tech is accessible to everyone. But it’s not just the technologies and tools that need to be accessible, the hiring, selection, and entire […] Source

Duration:00:28:30

Ep. 131- Culture Conversations: How to Create and Foster a Company Culture

4/4/2018
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We’ve talked recently about finding meaning at work with a previous podcast episode with Danny Gutknecht. I wanted to focus not just on meaning but also dive a bit more into company cultures and talk about a number of different organizations with great cultures that I believe we can learn from. Episode 131: Culture Conversations: […] Source

Duration:00:24:54

Ep 130 – How to Find Meaning at and in Your Work

3/14/2018
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This year has drawn me personally to finding meaning as an individual and in my business too. In this fast paced world full of so many things and so little time, I believe a growing number of people are in search of their own meaning whether it’s personally or professionally. Episode 130: How to Find […] Source

Duration:00:27:54

Ep 129: Digital Disruption Trends to Watch Out For at Work

3/7/2018
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The SXSW Interactive Conference is happening later this week. At the conference I’m attending sessions, watching demos and meeting new people and companies that are on the forefront and pulse of new and emerging technology. The conference for me is one of my favorites because it’s not an HR or recruiting conference or event. It’s […] Source

Duration:00:25:53

Ep 128 – Machine Learning’s Role in Workplace Inclusion

2/28/2018
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The economy is strong and there is an assumption that everyone who wants to find work can be gainfully employed quickly and easily. However, a 2015 study by the Annual Disability Statistics Compendium reported that while employment for people without disabilities is 75.4%, the employment rate for people with disabilities is at 34.4%. Crowd work […] Source

Duration:00:32:16

Ep 127 – The Future of Work: Machine Learning and Ability-Based Design

2/14/2018
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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. Everywhere I turn there seem to be conversations in the human resources and recruiting industry centered around artificial intelligence. It is truly permeating […] Source

Duration:00:28:07

Ep 126 – How to Use Emotion to Improve Your Workplace Communication

2/7/2018
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No matter what business you work in communication and presentation is important. Even at work, we are performing on a stage where the conference room or boardroom meeting is our set and the executive team, employees, or special project group are our team members as well as the audience. How do we improve our performance using […] Source

Duration:00:21:47

Ep 125 – The Place For Gig Economy in Government

1/31/2018
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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’ve talked about the growth of the gig economy which according to CNN Money is expected to be 43% by […] Source

Duration:00:24:42

Ep 124 – A Fresh Look at Employee Retention & Engagement

1/24/2018
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As talent continues to be an important focus for your organization. It’s not just all about recruiting talent to your company. It’s’ about retaining them and keeping them being excited, happy, and eager to work which is where the subject of employee retention and engagement come into play. Episode 124: A Fresh Look at Employee Engagement […] Source

Duration:00:23:36

Ep 123: How the Freelance Economy Changes Universal Access for Employers

1/17/2018
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Earlier this year CNN reported that the freelance economy now accounts for 34% of the total workforce. It is expected to grow to 43% by 2020. As we see a substantial shift in the employment world from the traditional employee to the contract, gig or freelance worker taking center stage, I, along with PEAT, wanted […] Source

Duration:00:28:33

Ep 122 – How Manager Onboarding Changes Everything

1/11/2018
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Episode 122: Don’t Forget About Onboarding Managers, Not Just Employees (@sharlyn_lauby) Research shows that new hires are more likely to leave companies within the first 18 months of their employment. The costs of finding, attracting, hiring, onboarding and training new employees is expensive and as the qualified talent pool shrinks, companies are spending more time, […] Source

Duration:00:23:02

Ep 121 – How Artificial Intelligence Creates Discrimination in #HR & #Recruiting

12/14/2017
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Everywhere I turn there seem to be conversations in the human resources and recruiting industry centered around artificial intelligence. It is truly permeating our landscape. However, along with PEAT, I wondered if AI was as inclusive as it could be. We’re talking digging deep today, looking at the inclusiveness of machine learning technology and exploring […] Source

Duration:00:32:06

Ep 120 – Cisco’s Inclusive Hiring Apprenticeship Program

12/12/2017
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In 2016, the Department of Labor reported the rate of unemployment for those with a disability was 10.5%. This talent pool remains largely untapped and presents a great opportunity for businesses that are looking for employees to fill open roles within their organization. The question is: how do companies find, engage, and retain this untapped […] Source

Duration:00:34:05