Recruiting these days is MUCH different than what recruiting looked like even 5 years ago. Specifically, the candidate experience is more important than ever before! Technology and Big Data are key. But both have their own challenges coupled with new and upcoming data...
Guests Julie Knight-Ludvigson, CMO of @Topia a technology firm that helps company literally move their employees around the world and ChinaGorman, Managing Director for @UNLEASHGroup America, join Lorne to discuss how work has changed and will continue to do so. From...
Hi, my name is Lorne Epstein and 20 years ago I found my purpose and passion in life, which is to help people make their work place better for everyone. In 2016 I created this show to help you better understand the news of work and give you tools, knowledge, and insights that can bring you and your colleague’s joy and satisfaction in your workplace.
The show broadcasts from WERA, 96.7 FM in Washington DC every Monday from 10:00am to 11:00am (EST). You can subscribe on iTunes to get shows delivered right to your phone.
Every week my team and I work hard to bring you bright and interesting guests to share stories about the workplace. Some stories are how-to, like how to write a resume. Some are exciting, like our FBI bomb investigator sharing his adventures. And some are topical and informative like Marijuana in the Workplace and the new Salary Secrecy Laws.
And if you are wondering, I am having a blast interviewing guests such as Lou Adler, Gerry Crispin, and Dan Pink. I get to sit at the feet of experts learning about Dan Pink and Timing, How to Get Federal Job, How to Get a Security Clearance, Workplace Unconscious Bias, and Adventure Jobs.
As we enter our third year of telling powerful stories, we want to better understand your needs so we can delivery shows that make a positive difference in your life. So please let us know what you think of the show and what future shows you want to hear. Click to reach share your thoughts.
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