HR Break Room

Paycom

HR Break Room is a podcast from your friends working in human resources, dedicated to bringing you interesting break room conversations with experts on the latest buzz surrounding HR and HR tech, one cup of coffee at a time. Hosted by Caleb Masters, HR Break Room brings together industry experts to discuss brewing trends and robust solutions to today’s workplace challenges.

All Episodes

Guest: Chad Richison, Paycom founder and CEO In 1998, the World Wide Web wasn’t yet a household necessity, but something that tied up phone lines. However, that didn’t stop Chad Richison from bringing his idea of businesses seamlessly processing payroll entirely online to life with Paycom. From the days of dial-up internet to the smartphone boom and beyond, Richison has led Paycom through every major electronic advancement of the 21st century. Throughout the evolution, Richison has maintained a belief that HR tech is at its most effective when employees use the technology to enter and own their own data just as they do as everyday consumers. With the company’s recent launch of Beti™, a revolutionary, employee-driven payroll experience, Paycom continues to reflect his vision and prove how HR technology can transform an organization for the better. Richison’s focus on an employee-centric HR experience has made Paycom an industry-leading technology. His position makes him intimately familiar with the trends of technology and its impact on the workforce. To celebrate the HR Break Room® podcast’s 100th episode, Richison shares his insight on how consumer trends may influence the HR industry from here. In this episode of HR Break Room, Richison and host Caleb Masters discuss: the legacy of Paycom and how its vision has evolved how the everyday use of apps positively impacts businesses how employee-driven technology strengthens an organization why a continued employee focus represents the future of work Learn more about how to embrace the future of HR through employees doing their own payroll by heading to paycom.com/beti.

Sep 30

27 min 7 sec

Beti™, Paycom’s industry-first, employee-driven payroll experience, is making waves in the HR technology industry. Recently named a Top HR Product of 2021 by Human Resource Executive magazine, Beti is revolutionizing how organizations view payday by putting the power of payroll in employees’ hands. In this HR Break Room Take 5, host Caleb Masters consults Steve Boese, HR Technology Conference Program Chair, and Barbara Corcoran, famed investor and personality, about what this innovation means for HR and business as a whole. We also hear from Alex, an HR professional who recently elevated their organization through the power of Beti. In this episode, you’ll learn: why employees should have the ability to do their own payroll how Beti can leverage payroll accuracy and help reduce errors the immediate benefit of Beti through a first-person account how Beti can empower businesses of all sizes Ready to step into the future of Payroll? Learn more by heading over to paycom.com/beti

Sep 15

5 min 5 sec

Guest: Nicholas Bloom, William Eberle Professor of Economics at Stanford University According to Stanford economist Nicholas Bloom, “the fully remote plane is about to crash. I’m surprised it’s lasted this long — probably only due to the social capital we’ve built prior to the pandemic.” He now believes “hybrid is really the sweet spot long-term.” Bloom has studied remote-work practices worldwide, and his research offers a clear-eyed understanding of the dynamics at play for both employees and leadership in remote and hybrid workforces. He has seen the struggles along with the big wins across a variety of industries, and his analysis of recent events provides a path for the future. In this episode of HR Break Room®, Bloom joins host Caleb Masters to discuss: the benefits and challenges of remote, hybrid and fully on-site working models how demographics affect the success of a hybrid workforce the importance of objective performance metrics for remote and hybrid workforces the unintended HR liabilities arising from remote-work practices Learn more insights about the current state of hybrid, remote and fully on-site workforce by attending our on demand webinar, Workplace of the Future: Remote Work and the Hybrid Workforce.

Aug 6

35 min 29 sec

Guests: Hill Harper, best-selling author, philanthropist and star of ABC’s The Good Doctor AJ Griffin, Paycom director of governmental and community affairs To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre, the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Commission is building the Greenwood Rising history center, a state-of-the-art institution that creates an immersive educational experience to educate visitors about this historic event and honor the legacy of Black Wall Street. To support the cause, the Centennial Commission received contributions from Paycom as part of an ongoing giving campaign in which employees have the opportunity to donate to a variety of local and national causes. Hill Harper’s philanthropic work with the Centennial Commission and position in the media give him unique insight into nonprofit fundraising and the economic realities of the minority communities he serves. In this episode of HR Break Room®, Hill, Griffin and host Caleb Masters discuss: using technology to foster a philanthropic culture how corporate giving can boost employee morale and strengthen the employer brand funding challenges faced by smaller philanthropic organizations how technology can help reduce barriers of entry that keep people from retaining and creating wealth Hear more insights from Hill Harper related to breaking down organizational barriers and defeating fear by watching our on-demand webinar, A Culture of Innovation: Strategies for Promoting Inclusion and Defeating Fear With Hill Harper.

Jul 14

34 min 44 sec

Guest: Amy Edmondson, Ph.D., Harvard Business School professor of leadership and management From lack of time to lack of C-suite buy-in, there’s no shortage of reasons HR professionals might find themselves feeling more than a little frustrated — or even stuck — in their roles. In fact, in a role as challenging as HR, it would almost be more surprising if this weren’t the case! However, these feelings need not be permanent. By visualizing the HR profession as a classic hierarchy of needs, you can also visualize your path to its peak, leading to a kind of professional self-actualization or even transcendence. The model for this hierarchy, represented in the form of a pyramid, comes to us from one of the leading lights of 20th-century psychology: Abraham Maslow. But what do the various levels on the HR hierarchy of needs actually look like? And how easy is it to move from one to the next? In this episode of of HR Break Room®, host Caleb Masters welcomes Harvard Business School professor Amy Edmondson to discuss: the challenges and roadblocks to self-actualization faced by many HR professionals cultivating the right mindset for surmounting basic needs and safety and security to reach higher, more fulfilling levels on the hierarchy how the right HR technology can make the journey easier Take an even deeper dive into the HR hierarchy of needs by reading our white paper, The HR Hierarchy of Needs: Achieving Self-Actualization in Your Profession.

Jun 10

26 min 42 sec

Guest: Guy Kawasaki, chief evangelist of Canva Guy Kawasaki, host of the podcast Guy Kawasaki’s Remarkable People, visits the HR Break Room® to share his unique insights regarding attitudes toward innovation, both as it relates to HR tech and within modern organizations as a whole. In his position as chief evangelist of Canva, Kawasaki has seen and spearheaded positive changes across a diverse group of entities and understands the unique dynamics that play into organizational transformation. In this episode, Kawasaki and host Caleb Masters discuss: the shifting role of the HR department in contemporary business making meaning as an essential function of innovation the impact the user experience has on the perception of a company how executives can partner with HR leadership to find the right HR tech for their organization Learn more about how to foster a culture of innovation in your workplace by reading our white paper, Making the Change: How to Lead a Digital Transformation to Success.

May 21

19 min 18 sec

Guest:  Steve Boese, HR Technology Conference program chair and HR Happy Hour podcast co-host As a challenging year forced more organizations to embrace the reality of the digital transformation in the workplace, how employees incorporate technology into processes becomes more important by the day. Steve Boese, chair of the HR Technology Conference, returns to the HR Break Room® to discuss the relationship between workplace tech and employees’ frustrations. Boese addresses a new nationwide study by OnePoll that has uncovered some startling statistics about how office workers — both in the office and working remotely — view their options for tech in the workplace and ways for engaged employers to understand these results and move forward. In this episode, Boese and host Caleb Masters unpack the implications of this information as they discuss: the dissonance between the technology employees encounter in their personal life versus their workplace tech and how this impacts the employee experience the costs associated with inefficient or outdated tech as it relates to productivity and the employee experience the varied benefits arising from effective and efficient workplace technology at all levels of the organization HR’s role in technology selection and how to get C-suite buy-in during that process Learn more about how to reduce employee frustrations with the right workplace technology by going to paycom.com/frustrations.

Apr 9

31 min 53 sec

Guest: Sharlyn Lauby, founder of HR Bartender The events of 2020 exerted profound shifts in the way we think about work, including the technology we use to get our jobs done. But even as we enter the spring of 2021, a surprising number of organizations lag behind in their prioritization of automated workplace tech. Meanwhile, remote or hybrid working arrangements pose challenges of their own. For example, in a recent OnePoll survey of American office workers, obtaining timely approvals from managers was cited as the second-biggest challenge for employees working from home. How can you help ensure your organization is doing everything it can to position itself for success in a time of digital transformation? In this episode of HR Break Room®, HR Bartender founder Sharlyn Lauby joins host Caleb Masters to discuss: how to harness the digital transformation to give employees what they want and accelerate business goals what remote and hybrid working environments are expected to look like in 2021 why the right technology for employees should include tools for managers Learn more about how to reduce employee frustrations with their workplace technology by checking out our toolkit, The Frustrations Today's Office Workers Have With Workplace Technology.

Mar 25

28 min 14 sec

Guest: Justin Cameron, Paycom manager of background check product The ability to make informed hiring decisions is a crucial part of an effective talent acquisition process because it affects nearly every part of an organization. However, many businesses often overlook the importance of background checks or don’t have the right HR tech to provide necessary information about candidates to help mitigate risks associated with hiring. Protecting the safety and the culture of an organization begins with the selection process and helps ensure you hire the best individuals to move your company forward. What should you look for in a background checks software to find and hire top talent? Join us for episode 93 of HR Break Room® as we discuss: how a quality background checks process improves the candidate and employee experience best practices organizations can use to exercise due diligence in their background checks process why it’s necessary for HR and recruiting teams to easily conduct employment screenings the role reliable technology plays in efficiently moving new hires through the background checks process Learn how to exercise due diligence with Paycom’s Enhanced Background Checks by reading our case study, How One Software Transformed Background Checks for a Government Contractor.

Mar 12

34 min 33 sec

Guest: Adam Grant, organizational psychologist and New York Times bestselling author of Give and Take, Originals and Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don’t Know In episode 91 of HR Break Room®, Adam Grant, organizational psychologist and New York Times bestselling author, joined us to talk about creating a resilient workplace in 2021 in the midst of burnout and fatigue. Throughout the conversation, we received questions from the audience that only Grant could answer. In today’s digital reality, how can HR lead engagement initiatives to help motivate and retain employees? In this special follow-up episode of HR Break Room, Grant returns to discuss: common questions about resiliency from the audience how to spot warning signs of employee burnout overcoming the communications gaps in your organization improving processes for employees in an uncertain business environment Foster a resilient workplace culture by leveraging the digital transformation. Learn how by reading our white paper, Making the Change: How to Lead a Digital Transformation to Success.

Feb 12

15 min 38 sec

Guest: Adam Grant, organizational psychologist and New York Times bestselling author of Give and Take, Originals, and Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don’t Know For businesses, 2020 was marked by exponential change. Many HR professionals who were on the front lines leading changes are now dealing with burnout and fatigue. How can HR teams address burnout and help create a culture of resiliency for a successful 2021? Few people understand what it takes to overcome unexpected challenges through resiliency and innovation better than Adam Grant, organizational psychologist and New York Times bestselling author of Originals and Option B. In this episode of HR Break Room®, Grant joins us podcast to discuss: how HR can remain resilient in 2021 practical steps to rebuild an organization when Option A is no longer on the table creating psychological safety when your organization experiences unexpected shifts leveraging digital transformation to improve employee buy-in Foster a resilient workplace culture by leveraging the digital transformation. Learn how by reading our white paper, Making the Change: How to Lead a Digital Transformation to Success.

Jan 14

30 min 26 sec

Guests: Louis R. Lessig, Brown & Connery, LLP partner AJ Griffin, Paycom’s director of government and community affairs The pre-employment screening process — criminal background checks, credit checks and so on — is crucial to many organizations’ ability to bring in reliable talent. But the laws that govern that process exist in an often surprising state of flux, with the year to come being no exception. From the “ban the box” movement (to eliminate criminal history from consideration in job applications) to changing drug laws (including medical use, decriminalization or legalization of marijuana in an ever-growing number of states), the way we think about pre-employment screening continues to evolve. In this episode of HR Break Room®, employment law expert Louis Lessig and Paycom director of government and community affairs AJ Griffin join host Caleb Masters to discuss: key pre-employment screening trends to watch for as we head into a new year, including “ban the box,” drug protocols and prohibitions on inquiring about salary history the importance of staying in compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act the role of technology in an efficient, forward-thinking screening process Learn more about emerging compliance trends to watch headed into the new year, including pre-employment screenings, by attending our upcoming webinar, Workplace Compliance Trends 2021: Staying Ready for What’s Next.

Dec 2020

28 min 22 sec

Guests: Karin Hurt and David Dye, authors of Courageous Cultures Have you ever had a potentially good idea that you kept to yourself? It’s a common experience, and in the world of work, it can be a problem. Organizations of all sizes and industries employ thoughtful, talented people who have ideas that could improve the customer experience, increase organizational efficiency and more. But for various reasons — from assuming they wouldn’t be taken seriously to simply not being asked in the first place — these employees do not make their voices heard. What would it take to reverse this phenomenon? Karin Hurt and David Dye, authors of Courageous Cultures, have some ideas of their own — and fortunately, they’re more than willing to share. In this episode of HR Break Room®, Hurt and Dye join host Caleb Masters to discuss: what might be holding back everyday innovation among your teams communication strategies to eliminate FOSU (fear of speaking up) and encourage deeper dialogue easy-to-use tools and techniques to facilitate organizational and customer-focused problem-solving how HR technology can be leveraged to encourage better employee input Learn more about how to foster a culture of innovation and engagement by reading our white paper, What Employees Want: Overlooked Insights in Employee Engagement.

Dec 2020

32 min 14 sec

Guests: Jennifer Kraszewski, Paycom vice president of human resources Dickens Aubourg, Paycom director of client learning Creating an atmosphere of inclusion starts with the hiring process and extends through initiatives and conversational channels that make employees feel understood for the duration of their careers. Crucially, diversity means more than demographic differences. It also applies to the differing viewpoints and perspectives that combine to form the intellectual and emotional fuel behind a successful organization. Is your company benefiting from diverse points of view? What programs could be implemented to instill a greater sense of belonging within your organization’s culture? In this episode of HR Break Room®, host Caleb Masters is joined by Kraszewski and Aubourg to discuss: the value of having a workforce with employees from all backgrounds and walks of life why HR and leadership should provide employees an outlet for sharing their thoughts and feelings how to foster a culture where employees feel safe to share their stories through open dialogue and be their authentic selves the roles recruiting and continuous development through training play in building a more diverse workforce Learn more about how to foster a culture where employees feel safe to share their stories by registering for our Nov. 24 HR.com webinar, “A Sense of Belonging: Crafting the Right Diversity and Inclusion Strategy.”

Nov 2020

26 min 47 sec

Guest: Steve Boese, HR Technology Conference program chair and HR Happy Hour podcast co-host With the employee experience becoming more important than ever and the continued desire of workers to function autonomously through technology, it pays to make your processes as simple as possible. If your employees can’t — or, worse, won’t — use your HR tech because it’s not sufficiently user-friendly, you’ll never see the autonomy your employees need to thrive. The same is true for managers. At some point, every manager wishes he or she could be in two (or more) places at once. Usually, one of those places is a desk, where paperwork — or at least its electronic equivalent — seems to accumulate at a steady, unrelenting rate. Giving your managers the ability to quickly knock out those tasks frees them up to help foster autonomy and your company’s culture with their teams. What could your employee experience and bottom line gain by pursuing simplicity in your HR technology and autonomy in your workforce? In this episode of HR Break Room®, host Caleb Masters is rejoined by Boese to discuss: how creating an autonomous workforce benefits both the employee experience and the bottom line the key drivers that are influencing the emphasis on the employee experience in today’s workplace the role managers play in creating a culture of autonomy by driving the employee usage of HR technology Boese’s impressions of Manager on-the-Go™, Paycom’s tool recently named a top 2020 HR product by Human Resource Executive magazine Learn more about how to enhance your employee experience through your managers by seeing Manager on-the-Go in action. Head over to paycom.com/go and request a demo.

Oct 2020

35 min 43 sec

Guests: Ken Blanchard, founder and chief spiritual officer of The Ken Blanchard Companies Scott Blanchard, president of The Ken Blanchard Companies As organizational leaders around the country continue to pursue new avenues for innovation, preparing for possible business disruptions remains a priority. A company’s executive team sets the tone, making it essential for organizational leaders to ensure the traits of caring, positivity and innovation cascade down to managers in order to see the same drive and ability to quickly change business strategies reflected in the broader workforce. How can business leaders prepare managers to be agile with the tools and training they need to ensure their teams are ready for unexpected business disruptions?   In this episode of HR Break Room®, host Caleb Masters is joined by Ken and Scott Blanchard to discuss: the role organizational leaders play helping their workforce navigate through business disruptions.   how organizations can become agile and able to weather unforeseen increases or decreases in business using effective communication and honest conversations with employees.   what leaders can do to foster a culture of servant leadership through their managers.   how training technology can be used to prepare managers to effectively lead their teams through change.   Ensure your managers are prepared with the tools they need to lead change management initiatives when business disruptions occur. Learn more by reading our white paper, Making the Change: How to Lead a Digital Transformation to Success.

Oct 2020

32 min 11 sec

Guest: Barbara Corcoran, founder of The Corcoran Group and investor on ABC’s Shark Tank Rapid change is a major challenge in every business, but it also presents great opportunity for innovation. Times like these can lead to the best ideas to move your business forward if you’re smart enough to encourage and tap into your talented workforce. A competitor might be developing the next great business idea right now.  Valuable employees today expect a seamless experience with workplace technology, and all too often, HR is caught in the middle between employees and their data. As renowned real estate investor Barbara Corcoran says, “It's ridiculous! So ridiculous.” In this episode of HR Break Room®, Corcoran returns to discuss: how to become an innovative business, overcome disruption and build an organization of greatness why it is important to understand HR’s changing function in today’s digital reality the role of your employee experience and how it can empower or hold back your HR department how to get out of the data overload created by manual processes by using HR technology To get out of the data overload, driving organizational change should be at the front of your mind. Learn more on how to lead a successful transformation with our free change management toolkit.

Sep 2020

33 min 9 sec

Guests: Robin Boudreau, the New England Patriots (the Kraft Group and Affiliates) senior vice president of human resources Miranda Blaiklock, the New England Patriots (the Kraft Group and Affiliates) director of benefits, compensation and HRIS New legislation can create complex rules, weighty administrative responsibilities and allows zero margin for error: When it comes to complying with employment legislation, the burden for U.S. businesses — both large and small — is substantial. Take the recent coronavirus relief legislation, for example. The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act allows employers to elect to delay payment of their federal payroll taxes, and delay the deposit and payment of their Social Security taxes, effective immediately, through Dec. 31, 2020. Another, the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA), gives American businesses with fewer than 500 employees funds to provide COVID-19-impacted staff with paid leave, among other provisions. ​Both are now federal law and earlier this year, organizations had to adjust quickly  to avoid costly fines. What role can an informed HCM partner play in navigating these unexpected challenges?   In the second half of this two-part episode of HR Break Room®, host Caleb Masters is rejoined by Boudreau and Blaiklock to discuss: why it’s important to select a partner who can quickly help your organization develop compliance tools for emerging legislation like FFCRA and the CARES Act through safe and secure record keeping the value of working with a partner who takes client feedback into consideration when developing tools and best practices how to leverage the data provided by technology to get buy-in for employee usage from your C-suite Embrace the potential of game-changing HR tech by checking out our webpage, paycom.com/patriots.

Sep 2020

23 min 14 sec

Many paths exist to help you avoid profit drain in today’s digital reality, with employee usage of HR technology serving as your compass. Take it from the New England Patriots’ senior vice president of human resources, Robin Boudreau, and New England Patriots director of benefits, compensation and HRIS, Miranda Blaiklock, who believe executing an employee usage strategy has enabled their organization to realize an even stronger return on investment in their technology. Their team’s investment in employee usage has been maximized through their employees’ self-managing of their data, thereby allowing the HR team more time to drive business objectives forward. With today’s workforce expecting business technology on the job, it may be up to you to point the C-suite in the right direction. Are you equipped with the data you need to make your case? In part one of this two-part episode of HR Break Room®, host Caleb Masters is joined by Boudreau and Blaiklock to discuss: how the Kraft Group maximized its workforce of more than 5,000 employees by driving usage of their HR technology to nearly 100% why employee usage of HR technology is good for business and helps drive actionable insights the value of a single-database system and how it enhances the end-employee user experience Embrace the potential of game-changing HR tech by checking out our webpage, paycom.com/patriots.

Aug 2020

29 min 51 sec

Guests: Rob Magness, Paycom’s regional vice president of sales A key to organizational effectiveness is the ability to adapt. One major element is an efficient process that allows you to inform and train all employees on organizational changes. Unfortunately, many companies don’t have a training platform that allows for easy customization and consistent instruction. Instead, businesses are trying to tackle the job with makeshift tools like email and video conferencing, which come with potential issues and risks. How can your business utilize a learning management system to get your workforce up to speed, and get ahead with easy, consistent training that engages your employees through ongoing development? In this episode of HR Break Room®, host Caleb Masters is joined by Rob Magness, Paycom’s regional vice president of sales, to discuss: the importance of training and its role in the success of your employees and organizational growth why it’s crucial to provide employees with learning technology that supports your business’s performance strategy in today’s digital reality how to develop and maintain a culture of engagement through on-demand training   Driving organizational change can be challenging, but with the right tools and mindset, you can succeed! Learn how to lead a successful transformation with our free change management toolkit.

Aug 2020

18 min 25 sec

Guests: Sam Norman, Paycom’s executive vice president of sales Jennifer Kraszewski, Paycom’s vice president of human resources During unforeseen disruptions, your company may experience a dramatic increase or decrease in business. Experiencing the latter doesn’t have to mean abandoning all projects — instead, it represents a unique opportunity to recalibrate, optimize and re-emerge stronger than before. This is a chance to re-engineer processes and implement technologies that allow you to not only recover, but be more lean, agile and profitable on the other side of crisis. How can your business use HR technology to create an infrastructure to allow you to scale your company back to success? In this episode of HR Break Room®, host Caleb Masters is joined by Norman and Kraszewski to discuss: finding opportunities and value in every environment actionable insights to strategically and practically build a forward-thinking business strategy the importance of having easily adoptable and accessible technology during business transitions While you’re thinking ahead, driving organizational change should be front of mind. Learn more on how to lead a successful transformation with our free change management toolkit.

Jul 2020

35 min 25 sec

Guest: Henry Cloud, leadership expert, psychologist and bestselling author of The Power of the Other Jessica Melo, Paycom executive vice president of sales training Rapid change is a major challenge in every business, but it also creates the opportunity for growth, innovation and emerging leaders to step up. In today’s quickly shifting environment, workplace leadership is more important than ever. To effectively institute changes, organizations should identify talented leaders who understand the psychological journey of front-line workers and are up for the challenge to embrace the new. With organizations around the country rapidly implementing change management initiatives, why is now the right time to identify and develop emerging leaders in your workplace? In this episode of HR Break Room®, host Caleb Masters is joined by Cloud and Melo to discuss: the core leadership traits that define every great leader in 2020 how an organization's culture is defined by the style and personality of its leaders why now is an essential time to identify and develop leaders how to build a leadership program using technology ways to get buy-in from executive leaders for leadership development programs in the current environment Learn more about how to leverage Paycom to identify and train prospective leaders by reading our white paper, How a Learning Management System Benefits Your Workforce and Bottom Line.

May 2020

38 min 18 sec

Guests: AJ Griffin, Paycom’s director of government and community affairs Brian McManus, partner at Latham & Watkins LLP With major legislation already passed, organizations must act now to ensure continued operation and compliance. On March 27, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act was signed into law. Among other provisions, employers may now elect to delay payment of their federal payroll taxes, and delay the deposit and payment of their Social Security taxes. A week earlier, on March 18, Congress approved the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA). Effective April 1, the FFCRA gives American businesses with fewer than 500 employees funds to provide COVID-19-impacted employees with paid leave, among other provisions. ​ What can your organization do today to ensure compliance? In this episode of HR Break Room®, host Caleb Masters talks with AJ Griffin and Brian McManus to discuss: how the new legislation may impact your business which businesses are covered employers and which employees may qualify for additional paid sick leave qualifications pertaining to Social Security tax credits and deferrals how technology can help keep your organization compliant and give you the tools you need to successfully navigate these changes Learn more about how to navigate the changes presented by the FFCRA and CARES Act by visiting paycom.com/covid-19.

Apr 2020

29 min 49 sec

Guest: Steve Boese, HR Technology Conference program chair and HR Happy Hour podcast co-host According to the World Economic Forum, 54% of employees expect to need upskilling or reskilling by 2022. One of the primary challenges facing organizations as they embrace the digital transformation is the gap between the limited supply of people with the right technology skills and the growing demand for talent to fill new and changing roles. To find a solution, organizations have to think differently about talent and reskilling their workforces – and embrace more flexible approaches to finding and developing the talent they need in 2020 and beyond. With the McKinsey Global Institute predicting about 14% of the workforce will have to change careers by 2030, are your organization’s learning, development and upskilling initiatives ready for the growing demand? In this episode of HR Break Room®, Boese rejoins host Caleb Masters to discuss:  how today’s incredibly tight labor market drives employers to provide employees with the tools, knowledge and capabilities they need to succeed how reskilling is used to anticipate organizational changes and equip employees with the skills they need to match those changes over time why a major draw for potential employees is understanding how their personal values align with those of an organization the importance of giving employees learning technology that is easily accessible and familiar   Learn more about the future of reskilling by registering for our SHRM-sponsored webinar with Steve Boese, The Future of Reskilling: Preparing Talent and the Organization for the Digital Era.

Mar 2020

32 min 38 sec

Guests: Joe Callender, Ernst & Young executive director of quantitative economics and statistics Ken Nagle, Ernst & Young senior manager Jennifer Kraszewski, Paycom vice president of human resources In a recently updated Ernst & Young report, researchers found that performing HR tasks manually – or not allowing employees access to enter their own information – now costs an average of $4.51 for every point of data entry, up from $4.39 since we spoke with them in 2018. With the cost of manual HR tasks rising, what is keeping organizations from making the move to self-service technology? And how can incorporating HR technology streamline processes to achieve efficiencies? In this episode of HR Break Room®, host Caleb Masters talks with Jennifer Kraszewski, Paycom’s vice president of HR, followed by Ernst & Young’s Joe Callender and Ken Nagle to discuss:  how Ernst & Young’s study concluded a single data entry costs $4.51 why many organizations may be hesitant to adopt self-service HR technology how manual HR tasks slow productivity and cost organizations how Paycom’s Direct Data Exchange™ uses the numbers in the study to give HR professionals the tools they need to present themselves as strategic business partners   To learn more about how HR technology frees HR from manual processes, read our white paper, Every Second Counts and Costs … Why Everyone Should Use HR Tech.

Feb 2020

28 min 49 sec

Work doesn’t stop coming in when you’re not at your desk. That’s why we created Manager on-the-Go. This revolutionary enhancement to the Paycom mobile app helps managers make the most of their day by empowering them to complete essential tasks involving their employees – anytime, anywhere.  In this HR Break Room® Take 5, a manager and an HR professional talk about how their use of Manager on-the-Go impacts their workday. Host Caleb Masters is also joined by HR Bartender’s Sharlyn Lauby, to discuss Manager on-the-Go’s functionality, including: editing and approving timecards approving time-off requests approving expenses and more Schedule a demo to learn even more about Paycom’s new Manager on-the-Go.

Feb 2020

5 min 57 sec

Guest: Dickens Aubourg, Paycom director of client learning According to Gartner Inc., “the shortage of critical skills and competencies is the most commonly cited issue among HR leaders” in 2020. As organizations across the globe scramble to stay afloat in this new tech-savvy era, leaders have started focusing their attention on workplace learning and development to keep their heads above water. Are your employees equipped with the critical skills they need so your organization can remain competitive? In this episode of HR Break Room®, Aubourg joins host Caleb Masters to discuss: how digital transformation affects all industries and makes upskilling and reskilling necessary areas of focus why today’s top talent increasingly weighs learning and development opportunities alongside the more traditional reasons to choose an employer why the right learning management system must be accompanied by an effective strategy to cultivate a culture of workplace learning how to align an organization’s learning and development strategy so that it supports its broader business goals To learn more about how to engage employees through training and a culture of learning, read our white paper, What Employees Want: Overlooked Insights in Employee Engagement.

Jan 2020

28 min 47 sec

Guest:   Meghan M. Biro, founder and CEO of TalentCulture   Proper planning is fundamental to success, especially for HR business partners (HRBPs) who must be proactive when it comes to addressing workforce challenges, including the first fully digital generation to enter the workforce: Generation Z.   According to Gartner, “organizations that build high-performing HRBPs improve employee performance by up to 22%, employee retention by up to 24%, revenue by up to 7% and profit by up to 9%.”   Are you prepared to be a strategy-focused partner that balances the needs of your current employees while addressing the desires of incoming talent?   In this episode of HR Break Room®, recorded at the 2019 Society for Human Resource Management Annual Conference & Exposition, Meghan M. Biro joins hosts Tiffany Gamblin, Jennifer Kraszewski and Caleb Masters to discuss: the biggest challenges facing HR today that will impact the outcomes of tomorrow what’s stopping your organization from being relevant to potential candidates how to drive the relationship between employee and HR in today’s workplace employee usage and its importance to your organization’s bottom line Learn more about how to be a strategy-focused partner to meet the needs of today’s quickly changing workforce by watching our on-demand webinar, Barbara Corcoran on Change Management and HR’s Emergence as Strategic Leaders.

Dec 2019

23 min 8 sec

Guest: Steve Browne, vice president of human resources at LaRosa’s Pizzeria and author of HR on Purpose: Delivering Deliberate People Passion Today’s competitive marketplace is growing and advancing faster than ever before, thanks to technology. And the demand for a people-first group like HR to step up as leaders in the organization is essential to successful employee retention and engagement initiatives. How can HR create an attractive culture for its workforce, improve the employee experience and meet the organization’s goals? In this episode of HR Break Room, recorded at the Society for Human Resource Management 2019 Annual Conference & Exposition, Steve Browne joins hosts Tiffany Gamblin and Caleb Masters to discuss: why it’s time for HR to transform its role into a strategic business partner how HR can use workplace learning initiatives to help employees become better professionals HR technology that can improve workers’ performance and transform business employee development’s ability to boost engagement and improve retention how HR can drive business results by putting the people first   Download our white paper, Discover How E-Learning Technology Drives Business Growth, to learn how to engage your employees, transform your business and improve your bottom line.

Dec 2019

24 min 45 sec

Guest: David Salyers, former vice president of marketing at Chick-fil-A and co-author of Remarkable: Maximizing Results Through Value Creation In today’s competitive market, falling behind on employee training trends can leave your organization scrambling to keep top talent. To make matters worse, a poor employee experience can create a less productive culture and harm the employer brand. Unsurprisingly, the most productive workplace for employers and employees has a culture of high employee development, according to Gallup research.   How can HR leverage learning platforms and employee training programs to create an attractive employer brand and culture of productivity? In this episode of HR Break Room, Salyers joins hosts Jennifer Kraszewski and Caleb Masters to discuss: leveraging training opportunities to create a meaningful employer brand how to provide two-dimensional growth through training and development positioning HR as a strategic, people-first group within the organization creating a winning ecosystem by fostering a remarkable workplace culture To learn more about cultivating a culture for your organization, read our white paper, Discover Who Owns Your Employer Brand.

Nov 2019

33 min 19 sec

Guest: Sharlyn Lauby, HR Bartender founder and ITM Group president In a business landscape forged through emerging workplace technology, the role of HR continues to evolve. So how can HR professionals bridge the gap between their people and technology to actively participate in employee experience initiatives?   In this episode of HR Break Room, recorded at the Society for Human Resource Management 2019 Annual Conference & Exposition, Lauby joins hosts Jennifer Kraszewski and Caleb Masters to discuss: HR’s role after the right technology is implemented how to shift HR from being the go-between to a go-getter how HR tech can reshape the employee experience for a five-generation workforce, from onboarding to retirement using data to tell the story of how HR and HR tech impacts the bottom line challenges facing HR in 2020 and beyond Download our white paper to learn how the right self-service technology boosts the employee experience.

Nov 2019

24 min 40 sec

Guest: Robin Schooling, Peridus Group managing partner for HR People + Strategy Technological advancements are rapidly changing workplace communication, the employee experience and organizational culture. With people expecting more from technology’s capabilities in general, employees’ expectations of on-the-job tech also increases. As we prepare to enter a new decade, workers’ adoption of new HR technology continues to become more crucial and necessary. But in an ever-evolving workplace, how can technology promote productivity, efficiency and success? In this episode of HR Break Room, Robin Schooling joins us at the 2019 HR Technology Conference to discuss: the biggest challenges to creating a successful user-adoption strategy how the employee usage of technology benefits HR and the bottom line using training to communicate the benefits of technology how HR technology impacts the employee experience, workplace culture and business goals positioning HR as a strategic partner by successfully adopting and managing HR technology Learn more about the cost of manual processes and a poor user adoption strategy by reading our white paper, Every Second Counts … and Costs: Why Everyone Should Use HR Tech.

Oct 2019

32 min 56 sec

Guests: Dave Ryan, Illinois State Council for the Society for Human Resource Management former director Brad Galin, Allegro HR president and principal consultant Networking at HR conferences is an integral part of your organization’s growth, helping you gain new clients and brand advocates. These conferences also provide valuable takeaways through breakout sessions and keynote talks. How can HR professionals use conferences to build their reputation, provide actionable applications for their workplace, and get leadership excited to implement new initiatives? In this episode of HR Break Room, recorded at the 2019 Society for Human Resource Management Annual Conference & Exposition, Brad Galin and Dave Ryan join host Caleb Masters to discuss: strategies for immediately applying key conference takeaways to your organization what your organization can gain from attending HR conferences how making connections and building a broad, diverse network benefits your company the ways technology can foster efficiency, motivation and communication in the workplace To learn more about how technology can help improve communication in your workplace, read our white paper, Put Surveys to Work: Jump-Start Engagement and Goal-Setting with Employee Feedback.

Oct 2019

21 min 52 sec

Guest: Barbara Corcoran, founder of The Corcoran Group and investor on ABC’s Shark Tank A typical organization has undergone five major companywide changes in the past three years, according to Gartner, with nearly 75% expecting more transformation in the future. Even workforce demographics have recently changed, shifting to a millennial and Gen Z majority. How can HR use available resources to overcome these challenges and lead their organizations to business success? To answer, HR Break Room welcomes Barbara Corcoran, world-renowned investor, host of the Business Unusual podcast and bestselling author of Shark Tales: How I Turned $1,000 into a Billion Dollar Business. In this episode, Corcoran discusses: tips and recommendations for leading effective organizational change and creating an engaging employee experience the critical role communication plays in fostering a workplace culture prepared for transformation how members of today’s multigenerational workforce want the same self-service technology at work that they use in their personal lives how HR can use the opportunity presented by the digital transformation to emerge as strategic leaders Click here to learn more about Paycom’s newest communication tool, Ask HereTM, or visit us at booth #3121 during the HR Technology Conference in Las Vegas, Oct. 1-4.

Sep 2019

33 min 57 sec

You know that everything your employees do has a cost. But do you know where you’re paying twice for them to complete the same task? Do you know about the unnecessary administrative burden that keeps HR from creating and implementing company strategies, engaging with employees and addressing critical workforce issues? Many paths exist to help you avoid areas of profit drain, with employee usage of HR technology serving as your compass. In the first edition of our new segment, An HR Break Room Take 5, we check out Paycom’s revolutionary new tool, Direct Data Exchange, the industry’s first comprehensive look into the efficiencies gained and remaining through employee usage of HR technology. Host Caleb Masters interviews Ernst & Young analyst Ari Teichman and HR professionals who use Direct Data Exchange to discuss: how Direct Data Exchange helps put the human element back in HR why employee usage of HR technology is good for business the potential savings Direct Data Exchange can offer your organization how Direct Data Exchange positively impacts the user experience to increase internal efficiencies Learn more about Paycom’s revolutionary new Direct Data Exchange tool by requesting a demo.

Sep 2019

5 min 26 sec

Guest: Steve Boese, HR Technology Conference co-chair and HR Happy Hour co-host An International Data Corporation study found that 85% of enterprise decision-makers say they have two years to make significant progress toward a digital transformation or they will fall behind competitors. With Ernst & Young reporting a cost of $4.39 for every point of manual HR data entry, and workplace technology expectations of today’s employees shifting to a more consumer-friendly experience, the cost of performing HR tasks without self-service tech has never been more evident.  How can HR create a better employee experience and lead a digital transformation that benefits the bottom line?      In this episode of HR Break Room, Boese joins host Caleb Masters to discuss: the biggest challenges facing organizations in the ongoing digital transformation of work the role HR can play in leading the digital transformation of their workplace why employees expect a consumer-friendly tech experience and direct access to their data how employee usage of technology benefits HR and the organization’s profitability   To learn how companywide HR tech usage can boost workforce efficiencies, click here or visit Paycom at booth 3121 at the HR Technology Conference, Oct. 1-4 in Las Vegas.

Sep 2019

44 min 19 sec

Guest: Jenn Lim, Delivering Happiness CEO and co-founder   Low employee engagement costs U.S. organizations up to $550 billion annually, according to Gallup. And with Gallup also reporting highly engaged teams generate 21% greater profitability, fostering an organization of happy people is more important than ever.  How can organizations meet the expectations of today’s top performers to create a workplace full of engaged, happy employees? In this episode of HR Break Room, recorded at the Society for Human Resource Management 2019 Conference & Exposition, Lim joins hosts Caleb Masters and Dickens Aubourg to discuss: the difference between employee happiness and employee engagement why meeting the expectations of top talent is critical to their happiness the role communication plays in creating a culture of happy employees how workplace technology can help facilitate a satisfied, more productive workforce   To learn more about creating a culture of happy and engaged employees, read our white paper, What Employees Want: Overlooked Insights in Employee Engagement.

Sep 2019

24 min 44 sec

Guest: Cy Wakeman, leadership consultant, New York Times best-selling author and host of the No Ego podcast According to Pew Research, 92% of Gen Zers report going online every day, and 24% say they are online almost constantly. With Gen Z and millennial employees expecting more efficient ways to work using technology, especially via mobile devices, organizations need to be prepared for the cultural and digital transformations required to recruit top talent in today’s workplace. In this episode of HR Break Room, recorded at the Society for Human Resource Management 2019 Conference & Exposition, Wakeman joins hosts Caleb Masters and Dickens Aubourg to discuss: modern leadership approaches to business readiness and enabling change management the demands of today’s millennial and Gen Z workers how to embrace a new mindset to transform culture, drive innovation and gain results   To learn more about utilizing mobile technology to streamline processes and free yourself up to be more strategic, read our white paper, Is Your Business App-rehensive? How to Lead a Digital Transformation in Your Workplace.

Aug 2019

22 min 37 sec

Guests: Tim Sackett, HRU Technical Resources president and author of The Talent Fix: A Leader’s Guide to Recruiting Great Talent Kris Dunn, Kinetix CHRO, founder of the blogs Fistful of Talent and The HR Capitalist, and author of The 9 Faces of HR: A Disruptor’s Guide to Mastering Innovation and Driving Real Change Although internet and mobile technology have changed the way we generally go about our days, one area in the U.S. has yet to catch up: the workplace. With today’s workforce expecting business technology on the job, who is responsible for bringing your workplace up to speed, and what skill sets are needed? In this episode of HR Break Room, recorded at the Society for Human Resource Management 2019 Conference & Exposition, Sackett and Dunn join hosts Caleb Masters and Dickens Aubourg to discuss: how the future of HR technology is reshaping the way work is performed the tech that will have the biggest impact on HR’s role why it is important to understand HR’s changing function   Learn how to streamline processes and free yourself to be strategic with digital technology by reading our white paper, Is Your Business App-rehensive? How to Lead a Digital Transformation in Your Workplace.

Aug 2019

28 min 37 sec

Guest: Jennifer McClure, CEO of Unbridled Talent and DisruptHR With Gallup’s State of the Global Workforce report showing 85% of employees are disengaged, the way we conduct work is no longer as effective or attractive to top talent. How can HR disrupt the status quo and challenge outdated processes to become leaders in their workplace? In this episode of HR Break Room, recorded at the 2019 Society for Human Resource Management Annual Conference & Exposition, Jennifer McClure joins hosts Caleb Masters and Tiffany Gamblin to discuss: how HR can disrupt work with technology to become go-getters the importance of exchanging ideas and challenging the status quo to improve processes how an innovative culture and new thinking contribute to the bottom line why now is the time for HR to lead change and growth as a strategic business partner   Learn how to create HR disruption in your organization, freeing you to be more strategic, by reading our white paper, Every Second Counts…and Costs: Why Everyone Should Use HR Tech.

Jul 2019

25 min 55 sec

Guest: Louis R. Lessig, Brown & Connery, LLP partner On March 7, the U.S. Department of Labor proposed a rule that boosts the salary threshold at which workers are eligible to receive overtime, making a major change to employee exemption criteria under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). If finalized, the rule will extend overtime protections to more than a million currently exempt workers making less than $35,308 per year. It also would represent financial and operational challenges for employers, who will have to evaluate how their employees are scheduled and paid, in order to mitigate labor costs and exposure under the FLSA. In this episode of HR Break Room, recorded at the Society for Human Resource Management 2019 Conference & Exposition, Louis R. Lessig joins hosts Caleb Masters and AJ Griffin to: review the latest developments in the proposed FLSA rule discuss how organizations can begin preparing today for potential changes to ensure compliance answer FLSA rule-related questions from HR Break Room listeners and Paycom webinar attendees   To learn more about steps you can take now, download our white paper, Don’t Underestimate Overtime Changes: A Look Into Overtime Under the FLSA and How Businesses Can Prepare.

Jul 2019

19 min 57 sec

Guests: Callie Zipple, SHRM field services director and host of SHRM’s Honest HR podcast Dickens Aubourg, Paycom director of client learning At this year’s Society for Human Resource Management’s (SHRM) Annual Conference & Exposition, held June 23-26 in Las Vegas, we sat with HR industry thought leaders, conference speakers and SHRM staffers for conversations in HR Break Room’s studio on the expo floor. To kick off our special series of episodes recorded at SHRM19, Callie Zipple, host of the Honest HR podcast, joins the HR Break Room to discuss: the biggest takeaways and experiences from SHRM19 how HR can become go-getters by applying those takeaways within their organization what HR can look forward to at SHRM20   Learn how Paycom can help HR move from the go-between to the go-getter – and back to its intended role – by reading our white paper, How Manual Processes Cost Your Business More Than Just Money.

Jul 2019

17 min 27 sec

Paycom’s SHRM 2019 HR Break Room guest co-hosts: Jennifer Kraszewski, Paycom Vice President of Human Resources Dickens Aubourg, Paycom Director of Client Learning Tiffany Gamblin, Paycom HR Manager As with every summer, HR personnel nationwide prepare for one of the industry’s biggest events: the SHRM Annual Conference & Exposition. Paycom is headed to Las Vegas for SHRM19, with HR Break Room tagging along to record episodes with some of the conference’s biggest speakers. In this special preview episode of HR Break Room, host Caleb Masters is joined by Paycom’s SHRM 2019 guest co-hosts to learn: the benefits and networking opportunities the annual conference offers to HR professionals the most anticipated sessions of SHRM19 the giveaway attendees can enter by visiting Paycom at Booth #1124 To learn more, visit Paycom.com/SHRM.

Jun 2019

17 min 7 sec

Guest: Meghan M. Biro, founder and CEO of TalentCulture According to Gallup’s recent State of the Global Workplace report, only 15% of the global workforce is engaged on the job. With U.S. turnover rates as high as 60.5%, according to the Society for Human Resource Management, retaining top talent remains a high priority for organizations nationwide. In this episode, Meghan M. Biro returns to the HR Break Room for a conversation with hosts Caleb Masters and Jason Bodin on: the importance of building a strong relationship between HR and high performers why stay interviews are an effective way to foster a healthy dialogue between them how employee surveys through HR technology can equip HR to more effectively communicate with top talent   To learn more about using surveys to improve the relationship with your workforce, read our white paper, Put Surveys to Work: Jump-Start Engagement and Goal-Setting With Employee Feedback.

Jun 2019

30 min 19 sec

Guest: Michael Gale, co-author of The Digital Helix: Transforming Your Organization’s DNA to Thrive in the Digital Age and host of Forbes Insights’ Futures in Focus podcast According to author Michael Gale in The Digital Helix, “Digital transformations are everywhere: business to business, business to consumer, and even government to citizens. Digital transformation promises a bridge to a digital future, where organizations can thrive with more fluid business models and processes.” How can HR lead the adoption and implementation of technology to transform their own workplace? In this episode of HR Break Room, hosts Caleb Masters and Braeden Fair are joined by Gale to discuss: how HR is the “tip of the spear” in championing the digital transformation of the workplace why “moments of delight” through HR technology are essential to the employee experience how HR can make the case for technology to the C-suite   Learn how to digitally transform your organization by reading our white paper, Is Your Business App-rehensive?: How to Lead a Digital Transformation in Your Workplace.

May 2019

37 min 31 sec

Guest: Sharlyn Lauby, SHRM-SCP, founder of HR Bartender Do you know where you’re paying twice for employees to complete the same task – or even to correct it when it was completed incorrectly? Everything employees do for your organization has a cost: $4.39 for every data entry, according to Ernst & Young research. By giving your workforce direct access to their employee data, HR no longer has to spend their day on duplicated tasks, allowing them to focus on what they are most passionate about: people-based initiatives.   In this episode of HR Break Room, HR Bartender’s Sharlyn Lauby rejoins hosts Caleb Masters and Jason Bodin to discuss: HR’s original role in the workplace … and how HR can return to the job as intended the cost of HR being between employees and their data how single-application HR technology can streamline HR processes   To learn more about how HR can break free, read our white paper Minimize Avoidable Labor Costs While Increasing Efficiency Companywide. 

May 2019

26 min 19 sec

Guest: Liz Fosslien, co-author of No Hard Feelings: The Secret Power of Embracing Emotions at Work and head of content at Humu According to a recent study from the Yale Center of Emotional Intelligence, one out of every five employees reported high engagement and high burnout. With Gallup reporting that burned-out employees are 63% more likely to take a sick day and 2.6 times as likely to actively seek a new position, having an emotionally stressed and exhausted workforce is costly. In this episode of HR Break Room, Liz Fosslien, co-author of the recently released book No Hard Feelings, joins hosts Caleb Masters and Chelsea Justice to discuss: how employees’ emotions influence an organization’s culture and impact the bottom line the role burnout plays in disengagement and high turnover why the physical work environment influences employees’ emotions how HR can work with managers to create an emotionally healthy workplace   Read our infographic to learn how paid time off contributes to the well-being of your workforce.

Apr 2019

29 min 41 sec

Guest: Peter Cappelli, George W. Taylor professor of management and director of the Center for Human Resources at The Wharton School According to Gallup, only 12% of employees say their company does a good job onboarding. With the war for talent still waging in today’s low-unemployment economy, organizations nationwide continue to search for new ways to attract, retain and keep new hires engaged once they’ve started their job. In this episode of HR Break Room, Peter Cappelli joins hosts Caleb Masters and Braeden Fair to discuss: how technology is changing the way recruiters identify and attract candidates the role training plays in keeping new hires engaged throughout onboarding the benefits of creating a clear line of communication between HR and recruiting how a single-database HR system creates a seamless onboarding experience and world-class first impression for new and prospective hires Download our white paper to learn how a learning management system can help boost your onboarding process, as well as the bottom line.

Apr 2019

35 min 28 sec

Guest: Kris Dunn, Kinetix CHRO and founder of the blogs Fistful of Talent and The HR Capitalist According to Boston Consulting Group research, companies with more diverse management teams generate nearly 20% greater revenue. Like players in one of sports’ greatest spectacles, top talent comes from a wide array of backgrounds, and each performer requires great coaching to succeed. In this episode of HR Break Room, returning guest Kris Dunn joins host Caleb Masters to discuss: teamwork parallels between winning college basketball teams and successful organizations the importance of recruiting from diverse pools of talent how training, learning and development help keep top performers sharp and competitive the cost of a poor experience for candidates and employees   Discover more lessons HR can learn from collegiate athletics in our on-demand webinar, 5 Strategies HR Can Borrow From College Recruiting Programs, with guest Kris Dunn.

Apr 2019

34 min 50 sec

Guests: Annie Hanson, University of Oklahoma assistant athletics director of recruiting strategy and administrative engagement Jennifer Kraszewski, Paycom vice president of human resources According to LinkedIn, 80% of talent acquisition leaders believe their employer brand has a noticeable impact on their ability to hire great talent. Perhaps no better example of this exists than in college sports. In leveraging an unrivaled brand to recruit top performers to their organization, college athletic recruiters build teams known around the world for winning. In this episode of HR Break Room, OU football’s Annie Hanson joins Paycom’s Jennifer Kraszewski and host Caleb Masters to discuss the lessons HR can learn from college athletic recruiting, including: how to build a winning workforce and culture transparent alignment of the employer brand with expectations of prospective talent the role social media plays in communicating that brand to top performers why culture fit is just as important as performance potential   For more, attend our on-demand webinar, 5 Strategies HR Can Borrow From College Recruiting Programs.

Mar 2019

35 min 1 sec