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Human Resources for Small Business

The Human Resources for Small Business podcast is the ultimate resource for HR professionals and small business owners. Join Xenium’s Brandon Laws as he chats with guests from all sides of the industry—digging up tips, tools and insights you can apply to your own small business. We’ll dig into a different HR-focused topic each episode—ranging from business strategy and leadership to HR policy, legal updates and more.

Sep 20, 2018

Are you someone that works to live or lives to work? That's what James Sudakow, business owner and author of the new book Out of the Blur: A Delirious Dad’s Search For The Holy Grail of Work-Life Balance asked himself as his work and life priorities got severely out of balance.

In this episode, Sudakow reveals the...


Sep 11, 2018

Paige Tamlyn, HR Generalist at Xenium HR, provides a first-hand look at the differences between in-house HR professionals and external HR consultants, told from her own perspective as someone with a hybrid HR role as an in-house HR Generalist for a 100-person construction company two days a week and as an HR consultant...


Aug 31, 2018

Every company experiences it at some point—the changing of the guard. And with the current generational shift from boomers in leadership to Gen-Xers and millennials, there’s never been a better time to talk about succession. Leo MacLeod, executive trainer and coach, joins us to share his thoughts on succession...


Aug 21, 2018

 

If you love someone, set them free. Old advice for the lovelorn, but also, a great way to treat your employees. Lee Caraher, author and CEO of Double Forte, returns to discuss her latest book, The Boomerang Principle. We’ll discuss the new norm of “job hopping”, what it means to “boomerang” and how you can...


Aug 14, 2018

Continuous, active employee development is a crucial part of employee retention and success. But in our modern, technology-dominated world, it can be difficult to get employees to engage with outdated, clunky modes of learning. How can we keep people interested when everything else around us (our phones, our email) is...