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New Yawk HR

New Yawk HR

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The most dangerous phrase in the language is 'we've always done it this way.' A contrarian view on HR & Recruiting practices.

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In this episode, we are joined by Elliot Epstein to call BS on Performance Improvement Plans or PIPs. For decades we heard this acronym echo in the halls of companies and HR departments across the world. Did you put them on a PIP? Is there a PIP? What the heck is a PIP? Well, we call BS on the PIP. We think the better way is to instill in managers that they're responsible for: Fostering ongoing, candid, and respectful multi-directional feedback Understanding how to diagnose and address performance issues Generally take a proactive versus reactive approach is much better than the (often bureaucratic) exercise of a PIP. Guest Bio Elliot Epstein is the Head of People at Galileo, a healthcare startup that's dedicated to improving access to high-quality, affordable healthcare for all people--regardless of socioeconomic backgrounds--through innovative models and sophisticated technology. He has dedicated his career to building and scaling People functions in mission-driven organizations. Mr. Epstein holds a bachelor's degree in Psychology from Brown University, where he graduated magna cum laude. He began his career as a Fellow in Public Affairs through the Coro New York Leadership Center and went on to join Teach For America's New York City corps, where he led elementary school students to significant academic gains. Outside of work, Elliot enjoys improv theater, crossfit, and serving on the board of a new elementary charter school in the Bronx. He lives in Manhattan with his husband, daughter, and rescue dog.
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In this episode, we are joined by Vern Howard, CEO of Hallo to call BS on Diversity Recruiting. An industry where billions are spent each year, the results are still disappointing and lackluster. Many companies continue to... more

Knee jerk benchmarking in HR systems and decisions has created a race towards the mediocre for most startups. Considering we're supposed to be the innovators there's an awful lot of cheating off of someone else's homework going on and... more

We often say that culture is not free food or ping pong tables, but something that employees experience every day they work with your company. Since the proliferation of startup culture, perks have been perpetuated as a way for... more

Christine Tao, co-Founder & CEO, and Lori Mazan, co-Founder, President/Chief Coaching Officer of Sounding Board, Inc. join Anthony Onesto and New Yawk HR to discuss how, since their last appearance on the show, HR and Leadership... more

Many companies are discovering the hard way that people really aren't going to be as productive working at home as they would be in the office. At least, they won't if you think that all it takes is making meetings virtual and installing spy... more

We have gone from "do we close the office", to "we are working from home" and now we are in the phase of "do we return to the office and how". The good news is that this is the phase we are now talking about, the bad news is that... more

Coronavirus has taken its toll on companies around the globe. The best description we have heard is a Marvel reference to Thanos' snap. Within a blink of an eye, companies are failing, freezing hiring, and layoff millions of staff. In... more

Christine Tao, co-Founder & CEO, and Lori Mazan, co-Founder, President/Chief Coaching Officer of Sounding Board, Inc. join Anthony to discuss how learning is changing in this new world of work and the impact that digital transformation and... more

Workplace giving matters, but most approaches are dated. Today, an estimated $4.8 billion is already donated annually through employee giving programs in North America, mostly through big companies. Big companies have embraced... more

Research is showing that the next generation of employees prefers experiences to traditional rewards and recognition. Instead of getting a bag of SWAG or some random bottle of champagne, employees are expecting something different. Yet,... more

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