This series brings you all the excitement of the topics, speakers and happenings of #SHRM17—helping you prepare, navigate and get the absolute most out of your “ALL IN” experience.
#SHRM17 Podcast 1: Immigration policy update
Allen Smith, SHRM’s manager, workplace law content, is joined by Lynn Shotwell, executive director for the Council for Global Immigration, who is a #SHRM17 Smart Stage presenter and concurrent session presenter.
Topic: Immigration policy in the Trump administration—is the U.S. losing the competition for global talent? What has the effect of the travel ban been on employers? These and more immigration reform questions are addressed in this preview of Shotwell’s presentation at annual conference.
SHRM17 Podcast 2: From the #SHRM17 Smart Stage
Ruhal Dooley, SHRM Knowledge Advisor and MC of the #SHRM17 Smart Stage is joined by Jennifer Payne and Heather Kinzie, #SHRM17 Official Bloggers and Smart Stage presenters.
Topic: Embracing HR Technology and your own Personal Growth. Growth, adaptation or change do not typically happen when we're feeling comfortable. In order to really change, we need to step outside our comfort zone.
SHRM17 Podcast 3: Mindfulness and Workplace Wellness
Andrew Morton, SHRM’s Director of Social Media is joined by Pandit Dasa, mindful leadership and wellbeing expert, Dr. Woody Woodward, #SHRM17 Blogger and talent expert, and Michael Vandervort, host of DriveThruHR, and SHRM17 Blogger.
Topic: Workplace Wellness Programs- beyond the traditional approach- ways in which you can promote both physical and mental well-being in the workplace. And, an inside look at how to prepare yourself for #SHRM17.
SHRM17 Podcast 4: Key Insights Into Effective Talent
Tony Lee, SHRM Vice President of Editorial is joined by special guest Sharlyn Lauby, #SHRM17 Official Blogger as the HR Bartender, talent acquisition professional, and author of the forthcoming book, The Recruiter’s Handbook.
Topic: Key trends that companies are recognizing and acting on to boost their recruiting efforts, such as managing your company’s brand to job seekers before others do it for you, and rethinking how you structure your employee referrals program.