Next Episode: December 8, 2020 • 2 PM EST
A brand-new digital series of interactive episodes brought to you by SHRM21!
Join us right here on this page on the second Tuesday of each month for fresh perspectives from leading experts, curated news you can use, and solution-based insights focused on all things work. Going beyond a typical webinar or virtual event, Tune in Tuesdays take learning and connecting to the next level.
Virtual hiring and onboarding have become the new normal for many employers in the age of COVID-19. Learning how to balance recruiting for key positions while potentially reducing employment in other areas is also critical. And for job seekers, learning to stand out in what has become a crowded market is a key skill when trying to grab the attention of interested employers. Join our two-part conversation on both aspects of the recruiting puzzle with Jeff Luttrell, Senior Director of Talent Management at Alorica, Kim Ades, President & Founder of Frame of Mind Coaching, and moderator Tony Lee, Vice President of Editorial at SHRM to equip yourself with new learnings to both recruit more effectively and stand out in the market in these challenging times.
This year has seen changes like no other and the workplace has not been spared. From adapting to the new normal and challenging unconscious bias to balancing caregiving while working, workplace culture has arguably never been more critical. In November’s episode of Tune in Tuesday, we’ll explore the toll rapid changes have taken on mental health in the workplace and key takeaways that can help employees manage.
With the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act this year, the fourth Tune in Tuesday episode will feature an engaging discussion on building proactive and inclusive teams.
September’s episode will feature a thought-provoking discussion led by SHRM President & CEO, Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM-SCP with Trisha Zulic, Director, Human Resources, Business Ops and Strategy at WSA Distributing, Inc. and Jason Lawson, VP, Human Resources at Installed Building Products, members of the newly formed “Blue Ribbon Commission on Racial Equity.” The Blue Ribbon Commission is comprised of top business executives, SHRM members, and academics from both within and outside of HR to discuss the Together Forward @Work call to action.
The second Tune in Tuesday’s episode will feature Airbnb’s former Chief Ethics Officer, Rob Chesnut, in an engaging discussion about creating a culture of integrity, especially during these challenging times.