The HR Data Labs Podcast
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Here’s an experiment for you:
- Take passionate experts in Human Resource Technology,
- Invite cross-industry experts from inside and outside HR,
- Mix in what’s happening in people analytics today,
- Give them the technology to connect,
- Hit record,
- Pour their discussions into a beaker,
- Mix thoroughly, and…
- Voila… you get the HR Data Labs podcast where we explore the impact of data and analytics to your business.
Every episode will feature a rockstar inside or outside the field of Human Resources to provide us with the inside scoop on how the world of HR Technology is evolving through the use of Data and People Analytics. The podcast will be roughly 30 minutes. We value your time and the time of our guests.
- Data Quality
- HR Processes
- HR Technology and innovations
- Analytics tools and techniques
- Benchmarking and surveys
- Data relevance
- Statistical methods
- Regulations and laws affecting you and your business
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Podcast Episode Blog Posts
HR Data Labs – Season 1 – Episode 25 – Ian Cook – Job Titles are Dead, Long Live Job Titles!
Today, Dino Zincarini and I talk to our friend Ian Cook from Visier. We talk about our issues with Job Titles and what’s new to help make them more helpful.
HR Data Labs – Season 1 – Episode 24 – Stacey Harris – The State of HR Technology in the World Today
Today, Dino Zincarini and I talk to the brilliant Stacey Harris, Chief Research Officer from Sapient Insights Group. We loved listening to Stacey as the keynote speaker at the HR Technology Conference. So, when we talked to her about joining us to talk about her insights in the world of HR Tech, we were so excited.
HR Data Labs – Season 1 – Episode 23 – Abhishek Goel – The Return on Investment of Data Science in People Analytics
Sometimes you have conversations with people where you can tell you are on the same pathways. You will hear in this episode that Abhishek Goel and I found common ground on the need to develop the ROI for People Analytics processes, teams and efforts. Without having good goals and measurements for People Analytics, it is typically hard to justify the cost to senior leadership. I hope you have as much fun listening as we did in recording this episode.
HR Data Labs – Season 1 – Episode 22 – Paul Rubenstein – The CHRO Should Be to People Analytics as A CFO is to Financial Analysis – Hands On!
As the HR world is engaged at the virtual HR Technology Conference, we sit down with Paul Rubenstein, CHRO of Visier to talk about the role the CHRO plays in being the example of business acumen and using analytics as a tool like our friends in the Finance organization and the CFO.
HR Data Labs – Season 1 – Episode 21 – Ruth Thomas – Pay Transparency
In this episode, we talk about a critically important topic of Pay Transparency with Ruth Thomas Senior Consultant and Co-Founder of Curo Comp. Our conversation talks about how being transparent on pay effects your employees and the business. I hope you enjoy this episode and I am looking forward to your input and feedback.
HR Data Labs – Season 1 – Episode 20 – Chris Havrilla – Reimagining the World of Work and HR’s Role in it
This is a special episode where we talk to my brilliant friend, Chris Havrilla. She leads Human Capital Research and Sensing at Deloitte. Our conversation talks about how HR data and analytics are key to the transformation of HR’s position in the business of the future. I hope you enjoy this episode and I am looking forward to your input and feedback.
If you have a topic you would like to hear on the podcast, please e-mail us!
We are always on the lookout for new topics and we want to know what’s on your mind. What topics would be of interest to you?
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The list of guests grows every day. We already have many people from HR, Finance, IT, and business operations signed up to be guests.