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POPS! The People Ops Podcast

A Business, Management and Technology podcast featuring Didi D'Errico
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Hiring remote employees could be your greatest advantage, but it could also be your greatest challenge. If you want to have remote employees, you need to stay on top of regulations and logistics to set yourself and your employees up for success
When it comes to your business strategy, building an inclusive culture is not only the right thing to do, it’s the smart thing to do. Research by McKinsey revealed companies that adopt a systematic approach to inclusion are more successful than
An annual business plan is a crucial roadmap for where you want to go and how you want to get there. But how do you factor people operations into your 2022 business plan? On this special Author’s Cut episode of POPS!, host Didi D’Errico sits do
2021 was filled with unprecedented disruptions, especially for HR professionals. From the Great Resignation to navigating hybrid work, it has been heavy. In this special episode, we flip the script to leave the year with something decidedly lig
42% of the core skills needed to perform most jobs are expected to change by 2022. Rather than recruiting new employees for these shifting roles, is it possible to up-skill the people you have? Reena Chawla, a product leader at EdCast, explain
Seven in 10 employees believe that it's their employer's responsibility to make sure they're set up for financial success.  If small businesses can help their people make the most of their paychecks, will they stick around longer? On this epis
What do you do if a  new employee wants to take time off immediately?  Nadene Evans, Senior Manager of Organic Growth at Zenefits, describes ways to handle this exact situation. You’ll hear how to think about flexibility and communication and
Leaving your mark on the world requires creativity. Rylan Kean and Christina Hayes  Director of Business Development, and Christina Hayes, General Manager, of Milan Enterprises, transformed an old printing press creating a lasting legacy in the
The Great Resignation has been heavy on HR’s mind as of late—and isn’t showing signs of slowing down. Is it time we resign ourselves to it? Nadene Evans, Senior Manager of Organic Growth at Zenefits says no.  On a new Q&A episode of POPS!, Nad
The pandemic wreaked havoc on small, seasonal tourism businesses that rely on cruise ships to bring in business. In 2019, Alaska's growing tourism industry brought in 1.3 million people. In 2020? Just 64 (yes, you read that right). For Brent Bi
The Biden Administration and OSHA have released more information regarding their vaccine mandate.  In this POPS! episode, VP of People Operations Danny Speros breaks down what employers should be thinking about as this mandate nears implementat
There are two certainties at the end of every year: the holidays and taxes. On this episode of POPS!, we’ll help you get ahead of the latter with year-end tax tips from Zenefits Director of Product Marketing Christian Flaten. You’ll hear the sp
Measurably engaging both new and seasoned employees is something that is still heavy on many leaders’ minds. Candice Saffer, Senior HR Director at virtual events company Social27, recently had the added challenge of hiring, onboarding, and enga
HR has a lot on its plate. On top of hiring, retention, terminations, and employee relationships, HR is also responsible for compliance with city, state, and federal laws. How can HR departments stay up-to-date with ever-changing laws and regul
Did you know that Zenefits’ go-to guide on all things people ops debuted as the #1 HR book on Amazon this summer? People Operations, the debut guide for all things HR and small business, is now available across three different formats—for the f
Of the 12 million people who left their jobs between April and August this year, nearly a third resigned due to burnout. Employee mental well-being has been top-of-mind since the start of the pandemic, but employers are still struggling with ho
Why does shopping for benefits have to be so difficult? On this episode of POPS!, Zenefits Director of Product Marketing Christian Flaten shows you where to start the process and breaks down an easier way to manage benefits for your employees.
How are you handling parental leave? In the past, employers often relied on state or federal benefits when offering parental leave to employees. Now, many industries are going above and beyond. On this episode of POPS!, Zenefits Senior HR Advis
As the nature of work continues to change, so too should the hiring process. The old way of hiring—for the role and the specific set of skills needed to do the job—just isn’t cutting it anymore. On this episode of PIVOT, you’ll hear how MotoRef
Work—and the workforce—is changing faster than ever before. Are your company’s benefits programs keeping up? On this episode of POPS!, Workest.com contributor Riia O’Donnell breaks down the types of benefits people want—and don’t want—from thei
When it comes to employee terminations, there is always a risk of things going sideways. In this episode of POPS!, Zenefits HR advisor Lora Patterson explains how to reduce risk with clear company policies, regular performance discussions, and
How fast should you introduce automation into your HR processes? For Tom Houghton, Vice President at Bearded Builders, the answer was sixty days. That’s right, sixty days. When Tom started at Bearded Builders, HR was contained in a single negl
With the COVID-19 Delta variant still running rampant, many employers want to know whether or not employees are vaccinated. But what can and can’t you ask about an employee’s vaccination status? In this episode of POPS!, Zenefits HR advisor Lor
The people ops approach is a win-win-win: a win for your business, your people, and your people team. On this episode of PREVIEW, Zenefits Chief Marketing Officer Kevin Marasco explains why, and shares the benefits you can expect when moving fr
A new class of entrepreneurs is taking the business world by storm. They’re called “New Builders,” and we need them now more than ever before. Seth Levine and Elizabeth MacBride, authors of the book The New Builders: Face to Face With the Tru
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