Imagine running a company with two million associates. That’s bigger than the population of 150 countries. Walmart is second in the world only to the People’s Republic of China in how many people it employs. Having such a large global staff brings with it both challenges and opportunities. But no matter how large the company […]
Join me this week as I speak with Dave Kozel, EVP and CHRO of PVH Corp, one of the largest global apparel companies. In our conversation today you will hear about some of the company’s programs and incentives–including PVH University and PVHU on Demand. You will hear how Dave deals with being told ‘no’, his advice to HR professionals and managers on how to get new programs in place, what to do as an HR professional if an employee tells you they are unhappy and much more.
Is it possible to have a huge team of engaged, results-driven employees, even if nearly half of them work from home? While many companies would say that employees need to be in the same physical location to collaborate, Magellan Health shows that workplace flexibility can still create a successful, collaborative, results-oriented workforce. In the early […]
There’s a lot of talk these days around how to create more human organizations. In a world where technology is growing and advancing at such a rapid pace it is crucial that humans differentiate themselves. One important skill we need to have is being able to actively listen, instead of passively hearing.
Today’s episode features Paul Irving, Chairman of the Milken Institute for the Future of Aging. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics there are around 8.9 million employees over the age of 65 in the US, a number that will continue to increase over the next few years. With advances in healthcare we are living longer and many employees are no longer able to retire in their 60s which means they are working loner. It is an increasingly important issue for organizations to pay attention to because attracting and retaining top talent doesn’t just mean focus on younger workers. Today’s topic centers on the aging workforce and what this means for our economy, our careers, and our lives. Find out Paul’s take on what will happen to organizations not paying attention to this trend, his advice to older workers, and how to start creating formal policies to take advantage of this shift in demographics.
This week’s guest is Andrew Glincher, CEO and Managing Partner at Nixon Peabody, one of the largest law firms. Nixon Peabody isn’t an ordinary law firm and Andrew isn’t your typical CEO. In fact, as you will here in today’s discussion, Andrew is simply not content with the traditional ways that law firms are used to operating. He and his team at Nixon Peabody are finding ways to increase collaboration, change the way they think about space, encourage leaders to be empathetic listeners, and use technology to be more efficient and productive.