HR / Staffing
Improve staffing selection, performance management, personnel policies, and employee development.
In this week’s episode, Jeff Kahler explains how the concept of “Gears to Your Career” can be used to energize and inspire people in the workplace by providing their very own career path.
In this episode, Jeff Kahler speaks candidly about his insecurities and offers advice on how you can overcome your own insecurities to make an impact on the job.
This week, we’re spotlighting Angel Bui, RTO’s UX/UI designer! Listen as she shares how dedication has helped her through life as well as how her parents, Vietnamese immigrants, inspired her to be successful in not only in programming, but everything she does.
Curiosity requires you to seek out answers beyond yourself. Sandy Williams-Brown’s curiosity sets her ahead when it comes to social media and content marketing at RTO.
In this episode, Flavia Chiquita, Senior Content Supervisor at MotionGlass Studios, discusses her career path and how that brought her to where she is now.
In Episode 112, Video Specialist Steve Witmer discusses how grit shaped his life and career.
In this episode Producer Kelly sits down with Ready Training Online’s Web Designer, Justin Watson, to discuss noticing trends.
In this week’s episode, Jeff Kahler discusses the symptoms of rust out, and what you can do about it, because after rust out comes drop out!
In this week’s episode, Jeff Kahler and Producer Kelly take an in-depth look at toxic workplaces.
In this week’s episode, Jeff Kahler asks his friend, mentor, and coach, Steve Goble, to discuss how find stellar candidates- and better yet, how to be one.
It’s already time for our season 9 recap and our listeners have sent in some of their most interesting work situations.
This week Producer Kelly puts Tom Hart, RTO’s Director of Business Development and convenience industry whiz kid, into the hot seat.
How can you up your game and ensure you’re truly building a culture of convenience? Find out in this week’s episode!
In this week’s episode, Jeff Kahler is breaking down what each generation brings to your organization and unpacks the differences and similarities between us all.
This week, Jeff Kahler invites Jessica Blake-Dean from High’s Stores, based in Baltimore, onto the show to discuss her strategy for recruiting and hiring talent in 2023.
Producer Kelly has decided to kick off the new year by focusing on conflict management, and she puts Jeff Kahler to the test – literally.
We’re fifty episodes in, and it’s that time again—this week we’re recapping season four. Jeff Kahler really gets his feet held to the fire as we tackle emails questioning his politics, inventions, and even his marriage and family life!
Running low on cash is never fun, especially when you’re starting a business or looking for a job. This week, we share the top 5 entries from our “Broke As a Joke Challenge”: real-life stories submitted by listeners who went through it.
Are you an energy giver or an energy taker? This week, Jeff Kahler is put to the test – can he successfully infuse energy instead of taking it?
Working from home has become increasingly popular throughout the course of the pandemic. This week, Jeff Kahler shares some ways to be successful while working from home.