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  • 00:32

    HR Examiner Radio: Robin Schooling, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, VP of HR, Hollywood Casino

    in Business

    Robin Schooling, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, is VP of Human Resources with Hollywood Casino in Baton Rouge, LA and has extensive experience in a variety of industries including gaming, banking and health care. She’s a regular speaker at HR, Recruiting, and business conferences, has a popular HR blog at robinschooling.com and is on a mission to make organizations better by making HR better


    The Huffington Post named her one of The Top 100 Most Social Human Resource Experts on Twitter and Glassdoor called her one of the 2015 HR and Recruiting Thought Leaders to Follow.  She’s been interviewed, quoted by, or has written for numerous entities including Yahoo, CareerBuilder, Monster, HRM Online Canada, Certified Magazine, HR Examiner, SHRM and Recruiting Daily. 


    She serves on the Advisory Boards for HROnboard and BlackbookHR, is the current Ringmaster at the Carnival of HR, is active with the ATD Baton Rouge chapter, has been an involved SHRM volunteer leader, and once upon a time received an award as “HR Professional of the Year.” She has been known to search out the perfect French 75 and is a fervent and unapologetic fan of the New Orleans Saints. 


    You can connect with her on Twitter at @RobinSchooling and LinkedIn. 

  • 00:34

    HR Examiner Radio: Bob Corlett, Founder, Staffing Advisors

    in Business

    Bob Corlett continually upends the conventional wisdom in recruiting, developing hiring processes that are faster, more certain, and far less expensive than the old-school, unproven, and unexamined practices used nearly everywhere. 


    Probably because he can’t leave well enough alone, and almost certainly because he freely shares his innovative approaches, Bob has been named as one of the 100 most influential people in staffing. He is one of the unruly founding members of the Editorial Advisory Board for The HR Examiner, he writes a very popular nationally syndicated weekly column the American Cities Business Journals, and he is a frequently requested speaker at Society for Human Resources Management meetings. 


    Bob is a recruiting practitioner, founding his own executive search firm, Staffing Advisors, in 2002. Staffing Advisors quickly attracted a client list of some of Washington’s most prominent organizations. The firm conducts searches in every functional area and career level — primarily for associations; charitable, education, and other nonprofits; and high growth companies.

  • 00:35

    HR Examiner Radio: Naomi Bloom, Managing Partner, Bloom & Wallace

    in Business

    Ms. Bloom is one of the most renowned consultants, influencers, and thought leaders in the HR technology industry.  Naomi has advised many large corporate clients on their HRM and HR technology strategies and consulted with three generations of HRM software vendors and outsourcing providers on everything from business strategy to product/service design.  Today, Naomi acts as a strategic advisor and mentor to selected organizations and projects which advance the state of enterprise class HR technology and its global adoption. 

    Ms. Bloom built and maintained the only vendor-neutral HRM object model and implied application architecture “starter kit,” which she licensed and consulted on across the industry.  Her work in this area has made a significant contribution to many of today’s best SaaS HRMS and talent management applications as well as to the expertise of today’s best HRMS/TM product strategy and development teams.  For her outstanding work and contributions to the industry, Ms. Bloom received IHRIM’s Summit Award in 1995 and, in 2015, a Lifetime Achievement Award from HRN, the organization which produced HR Tech World.

    Ms. Bloom is well-published, including on her blog at www.InFullBloom.us, and a much-sought-after speaker for her thought leadership, presentation effectiveness, clarity of vision, and humorous delivery.  She is also one of the most followed HR influencers @InFullBloomUS.  Naomi holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania and her MBA from Boston University where she is also a Fellow of the Human Resource Policy Institute at Boston University’s Graduate School of Management.

  • 00:30

    HR Examiner Radio: Stacey Browning: EVP & Chief Strategy Officer, Paycor

    in Business

    Stacey M. Browning is executive vice president and Chief Strategy Officer for Paycor. During her more than 20 years with the company, she has had responsibility for information technology, product management, operations, marketing, and training. In 2013, LEAD magazine awarded Browning with their inaugural C-Suite Award for strategic leadership impact. She may be contacted via e-mail at sbrowning@paycor.com or on Twitter at @staceybrowning. 

  • 00:31

    HR Examiner Radio: Lisa Sterling, Executive VP, Chief People Officer, Ceridian

    in Business

    Lisa Sterling is the Executive Vice President, Chief People Officer for Ceridian. Lisa’s focus is executing the global people strategy combined with leading the vision on the Dayforce Talent Management offering. Lisa originally joined Ceridian in June 2015 as Vice President of Dayforce Talent Management, responsible for global product strategy for Talent technologies; managing relationships with industry experts and alliance partners; leading product management and positioning go to market strategies, and executing on current and future product offerings.


    Lisa has over 17 years of experience in people, process and software design and execution. Her broad range of expertise covers recruitment, onboarding, performance, development and retention technologies. In addition to her focus on people and technology, Lisa serves as a thought leader to the market and to Ceridian’s talent clientele.


    Prior to joining Ceridian, Lisa ran the Talent Technology Solutions organization for Mercer. Previous to that, Lisa worked at Kenexa as a Partner and led the design and deployment efforts of the organization’s performance, succession and career development solution. She was also instrumental in driving the product strategy of Ultimate Software’s talent management offerings in her role as Head of People Engagement.


    Lisa has a true passion for people and products and uses all available avenues to influence and promote new ways of bringing the two together in a way that drives business outcomes.


    Lisa holds a degree in Business Administration and Management from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

  • 00:30

    HR Examiner Radio: Kathryn Minshew, CEO, Muse

    in Business

    Kathryn is the Muse's CEO. She was named to Forbes’ 30 Under 30 in Media and Inc.’s 15 Women to Watch in Tech. Before founding The Muse, Kathryn worked on vaccines in Rwanda and Malawi with the Clinton Health Access Initiative and was previously at McKinsey. Follow her on Twitter @KMin.

  • 00:34

    HR Examiner Radio: Candace Osunsade: SVP, Chief of Staff, National Aquarium

    in Business

    For over 25 years, Candace has been a strategic business partner and human hrresources leader, helping organizations and professionals maximize their potential while driving business results. She is experienced in innovative and transformational change with expertise in talent management, organizational development, compensation, talent acquisition, employee engagement, project management, and HR system design and implementation.


    By implementing structure and managing transformational change through incremental and digestible steps, Candace has led the transition of the National Aquarium’s HR department from a tactical internal service function to one that is a true strategic partner. Examples of her accomplishments include the implementation of a fully functional human resource information system; strategic workforce planning based on talent assessment; nine-box succession planning; goals-based performance assessment; a competitive compensation program with data-driven decision making around merit and incentive awards, promotions and equity; and a best-in-class benefits program that includes a virtual wellness program and a financially stable self-funded medical and prescription plan.


    In 2015, Candace was honored with the Chief HR Officer of the Year award by HRO Today magazine, a recognition celebrating the chief human resource officers that help drive workforce initiatives through innovation, with measurable excellence in employee engagement and retention to prove it. Candace believes in “investing in our future” and is heavily involved in a number of efforts around working with young people from underserved and poorly represented communities.


    Candace is a graduate of Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations and a Greater Baltimore Committee Leadership alum, is Myers Briggs Qualified and is Six Sigma trained. 

  • 00:17

    political animal,s, , Ted Cruz , National examiner,law suit, USS Carl Vinson

    in Current Events

    POLITICAL ANIMALS--Ted Cruz alleged connection to Washington Madam Palfry--Conservatives ask


    ***Will Cruz sue the newspaper for libel in their article was false and libelous?


    *(**USS Navy Sailor Harward freed from Virginia Prison after being railroaded in a Virginia  murder case--33 years earlier


    ***Harward audio extract upon release after 33 year in Virginia Prison


    ***USS Carl Vinson--the most controversial US Navy ship--Osma Bin Laden --Died in early 2000 of a kidney failure--Was a double buried at sea?


    ***1996--18 year old Steven Nary,sailor on the USS Carl Vinson--"stalked, lured, raped and railroaded--


    ***US Navy Virginia 4 sailors -- accused of rape and murder-railroaded in to a Virginia state prison based on fabricated evidence by a Virginia policeman named "Ford"


    MARY PICKFORD--America's sweetheart born in Toronto Ontario Canada

  • 00:30

    HR Examiner Radio: Jeanne Achille, Founder/CEO, The Devon Group

    in Business

    Jeanne Achille is the founder and CEO of The Devon Group, the HR Tech’s industry preeminent public relations and marketing services firm. Since founding the firm in 1994, Jeanne has driven increasingly higher standards in communicating the business value of the technologies and services used by HR professionals and the workforces they serve.


    Her career in HR technology goes back to the 1980s when she led strategic marketing for InSci, the acknowledged forerunner of the HRMS for Fortune 500 and smaller companies. Jeanne was an integral part of the leadership team that transitioned the company during its acquisition by Computer Associates. From there, she joined Ceridian where she ran HR product management before moving from Minneapolis to Boston to launch that company’s professional services offering.


    When press, analysts and investors think HR tech, they call Jeanne first. Her counsel about what drives operational efficiencies and supports business growth and workforce productivity has literally turned companies from unknowns to global brands. As a result, The Devon Group is a trusted partner to scores of vendors selling into the HR ecosystem as well as the agency of record for the HR Tech Conference, Human Capital Institute and Talent Board.

  • 00:30

    HR Examiner Radio: Lexi Gordon: Lead Consultant & Project Manager, exaqueo

    in Business

    Lexi Gordon, Lead Consultant and Project Manager for exaqueo, offers clients her experience in strategy and change management consulting, marketing and branding, and project management. She built a foundation in traditional consulting from Deloitte and ICF International and developed an understanding of the effects of organizational change during her time with The Clearing, a strategy and culture consulting firm. There, she mastered her group facilitation skills. She also has deep experience on the inside working in industry. Specifically, Lexi developed employer and consumer brands and marketing strategy for both Marriott International and Rich Products Corporation. Lexi has engaged with clients ranging from startups to mature organizations, including the World Bank, International Finance Corporation, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Proctor & Gamble, PL360 Beverages, MedSolutions, GEICO, Four Seasons, Verizon, and more. She has a knack for fusing the creative with the analytical from her liberal arts degree at Hamilton College and her MBA from Vanderbilt University. Originally from Buffalo, NY, Lexi lives in Bethesda, MD with her husband, daughter, and dog. She also serves on the Board of Directors for Jobs Have Priority, a local non-profit linking the homeless with sustainable employment.

  • 00:31

    HR Examiner Radio: Dwaine Maltais, EVP, Gen. Mgr. US Operations, Technomedia

    in Business

    As Executive Vice President and General Manager of US Operations for Technomedia, Maltais is responsible for championing the company’s product marketing, product management and marketing practices. He helps clients like Sony, Ingersoll Rand, BAE Systems and Caesars Entertainment to accelerate their businesses with the alignment of their human capital with their talent management technology investments.


    Since 1994 Maltais has led innovations in the recruiting and HR technology space with the launch of the SmartPost job optimization platform and the Hodes iQ Talent Acquisition platform. Maltais joined Technomedia in 2011 as part of the acquisition of Hodes iQ from Bernard Hodes Group, an Omnicom company, to strengthen Technomedia’s Talent Management Platform and grow their US footprint, operations and client infrastructure. 


    Maltais has more than 15 years of executive management experience leading product development, sales, product management, and customer support organizations both domestically and internationally in a variety of technology companies. Through these diverse experiences Maltais has witnessed the intersection that drives businesses and their results are uniquely aligned to “listening to the customer” where he has developed strong passions around the customer experience, the social media space and employee engagement.


    Maltais regularly consults with senior leadership in Fortune 500 organizations on talent acquisition and talent management strategies and actively writes about and speaks on HR technology topics at industry conferences such as the Society for Human Resource Management, ERE, IHRIM and HR in Hospitality among others. He is also active in thought leadership and analyst relations to increase market and customer awareness in the US.