HR Happy Hour 345- Implementing A New HR Technology Strategy
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Host: Trish McFarlane
Guest: Alex Smith, CHRO for The City of Memphis
This week on the HR Happy Hour Show, Trish recorded live from Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco, to talk with Alex Smith, CHRO for The City of Memphis. Alex talks about her role withing a government position and how human resources and the technology approach are a bit unique.
The City of Memphis is going through a HR transformation journey and it is being supported by the technology they are putting in place. Ms. Smith shared some of the challenges, their approaches to those challenges, and some of the early results.
This was a really interesting and fun show - thanks to Alex and everyone at Oracle for having the HR Happy Hour Show at their event.
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The New York Jets are facing a series of issues following a dreadful performance on offense on Sunday. Rookie quarterback Sam Darnold is clearly regressing. Who takes the blame? Also, how can Todd Bowles and Jeremy Bates fix the team's woes on offense? Is this a must win game for Bowles on Sunday? As always we will take calls live throughout the show and answer tweets from @TalkJetsRadio. The support and listens are greatly appreciated!
While off the front page, ISIS is not gone, the Taliban remain a strong force, and throughout the globe, the Long War continues.
A war unique in living memory in the West, it isn't going anywhere.
Returning to the show for a broad ranging discussion of the war - however you want to call it - that we have been waging before we even knew it for sure in September 2001, will be Craig Whiteside.
Craig is an associate professor at the Naval War College Monterey and an associate fellow at the International Centre for Counter-Terrorism (ICCT)-The Hague.
Now that the midterms are over, we are about to see the process of declassification of FISA abuses and exposure of the criminality of the Left, along with the complicity of the corporate media in their effort to topple our President.
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The Latest Prophetic Warnings with brother Jeff Byerly
Join Johnny while he discusses the empirical events across the world leading up to World War III, the trickery and deceit of the New World Order, and the bizarre weirdness of the fallen angelic UFO phenomenon as we plunge head first into the forthcoming apocalypse and the Seven Seals of Revelation (chapter 6). Join us tonight for another anointed visit from brother Jeff Byerly. Jeff will be sharing the most important words the Lord has shared with him as of late to keep us ready for the "events" that are ahead of us.
God Bless You - See you there!
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Sam, Josh, and Eric return for a full recap of Atlanta's brilliant performance in New York City, and also preview the second leg at the Benz this Sunday. Oh yeah, and we learned that Josh actually likes Mark Geiger (seriously, we aren't kidding)
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Our men, Chris and Dave, recorded the podcast without hats, as if in mourning for Packers season that seems to be slipping away. Sure, you can dance if you want to, but if you don't dance, then it is completely understandable given Green Bay's 31-17 loss to the Patriots. So who's to blame? Well, Chris and Dave find that there are plenty to spread around.
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