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POPS! The People Ops Podcast

A Business, Management and Technology podcast featuring Didi D'Errico
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Having a conversation with an employee about why you’re letting them go is never fun. Sometimes it can even be difficult or challenging. In this episode, Jill Shroyer, Founder and CEO of Expedition HR and best-selling author of the book Conquer
Even though employee engagement is all the rage right now, according to Gallup, only 33% of employees feel engaged at work. In this episode, David Watson, Product Marketing Manager at Zenefits, shares why engagement is so important to a company
When you’re putting a lot of resources toward recruitment efforts, it’s important to understand what those costs are to determine only if they are worth the return you’re getting. In this episode, Catie Grigsby, Senior Product Marketing Manager
It's no secret. If you want to build a great company, you must start by investing in your people. Without this proactive approach, it’s hard to grow. In this episode, Morgan Furchner, Associate Product Marketing Manager at TriNet Zenefits, shar
Only a decade ago, HR teams had to be careful of leaving sensitive employee information on a copy or fax machine. Technology has changed drastically since then, making cybersecurity a much more real issue. Lourdes Rivera, Senior Director of Peo
In 2021, we saw almost 50 million people quit their jobs in what was dubbed as “The Great Resignation.” In this war for talent, how do organizations create an exceptional brand to attract and retain talent? Ankur Patel, Product Marketing Manage
There’s been a shift among organizations to focus more on their employees, because if employees are thriving, it will in turn help customers. So who is responsible for this culture of employee growth? Ankur Patel, Product Marketing Manager at T
Part of having great employees is having a great recruiting and hiring process, which is why it's so important for companies to monitor how successful the process is to ensure continued success for the company. Lora Patterson, a People Operatio
With a wide range of disabilities that exist, it can be hard to keep track of all the accommodation options you can offer employees needing assistance. In this episode, Lucy Henry, People Operations Advisor at TriNet Zenefits, shares examples o
If you’re a company with over 15 employees, it is a federal requirement that you comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). ****In this episode, Lucy Henry, People Operations Advisor at TriNet Zenefits, helps describe the ADA and th
HR organizational design is the administration and execution of an organization's strategic plan. Ultimately, it's about creating the best fit between the strategic choice of the organization and the organization setting. So how do you do it su
The hiring process can be overwhelming, and it can often feel like a guessing game trying to find that perfect candidate for your company and the role you’re trying to fill. Lora Patterson, a People Operations Advisor at TriNet Zenefits, joins
Is your organization experiencing a lot of turnover? It can be overwhelming to figure out what to do when it’s happening, let alone prevent it from becoming an uncontrollable pattern. In this episode, Summer Rogers, Senior Solution Consultant f
People analytics aren’t a trend. They’re becoming a necessity as companies grow and thrive in the market. Why do you need them? Ian Cook, VP of People Analytics at Visier, shares insights around the importance of tracking people data and some
In today's increasingly complex world, acting on gut feelings is not always the best way to make company decisions, especially when it involves your people. Andrea Derler, Principal of Research and Value at Visier, shares what workforce trends
Any change starts with your people. When decisions need to be made, people’s opinions will differ, and it’s HR’s job to make decisions that take everyone's view into account. In this episode, David Watson, Product Marketing Manager at Zenefits,
As an HR leader, the process of expanding your workforce outside of your current country can be unfamiliar territory. There’s so much to consider, and it can be overwhelming not knowing what types of hurdles you might need to go through. In thi
70 million Americans have some form of a criminal record in their past. This means there are 70 million Americans who aren’t give a fair chance and are overlooked as viable job candidates. Believe it or not, fair chance hiring is a key part of
People are an organization's greatest asset. Ensuring your employees are motivated begins with understanding what their basic human needs are and how to support them in the workplace. In this episode, Morgan Furchner, Associate Product Marketin
To stand out in today's competitive job market, employers and hiring teams must provide candidates with the best experience possible. But what elements make a great interview process? On this episode, Josh Jones, the Manager of Talent Acquisiti
Sometimes you extend a job offer to someone, and, due to various reasons, it just isn’t going to work out. So how do you revoke the offer? In this episode, Dan Marzullo, Founder of Drafted, gives some pointers on how to go through this process
Many steps in the income verification process can lead to headaches for your HR team and your employees. So how can you simplify it to get people what they need without unnecessary stress? To answer this question, Adam Kerin, VP of Product Mark
According to a recent AARP article, 48% of Americans age 55 and older have no retirement savings. This is a staggering number is what we call the “retirement crisis.” And it’s even more exaggerated within small businesses. To help share the im
In April 2021, more than 4 million US workers quit their jobs—the biggest spike on record. And the turnover is expected to continue. What can businesses do to retain employees during the Great Resignation? On this episode of POPS! Zenefits Seni
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
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