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Just in time – did you know it’s National Disability Employment Awareness Month! On the 30th anniversary of the landmark Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), host Amber Clayton dives into a discussion with Jennifer Sheehy and Louis Orslene from the DOL. Don’t miss this episode and find out if you know what is considered a "reasonable accommodation" under the ADA in 2020.
Key Episode Takeaway:
We protect individuals by requiring employers to make “reasonable accommodations."
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“I’m new to HR and want to explore all the ins-and-outs. Let’s showcase the human side of HR through real conversations.”
Tune in as they uncover and explore uncomfortable, complicated and sometimes wonderful workplace truths. Influencers in their own right, they get candid with HR movers and shakers about how they translate intent into action in their organizations. Culture, compliance, equity—nothing's off the table!
On September 12, 2019, the host of Seasons 1 and 2 of Honest HR, and our beloved friend and colleague, Callie Zipple passed away. Callie left her mark on all who knew her and certainly on the followers of Honest HR. We are honored to continue her legacy.
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Tell us what you’d like to hear next from our hosts on future episodes and any other feedback. As we like to say, nothing's off the table!
As our listeners you know Callie was wise beyond her years, extraordinarily passionate and full of life. Callie pursued big ideas relentlessly, she was brave and authentic and brought that to every episode of Honest HR. Her ability to connect with people through episode recordings was not surprising, she was the type of person that made friends everywhere she went. I recently went through her Instagram posts and found one from New Year’s this year. She wrote, “I’m committing to NOT WAITING to tell people how great they are; how much they have impacted my life; when they make me smile; that they matter.”
I don’t assume to know what Callie would want, but when I saw this post I thought, I bet this is something Callie would say on Honest HR. To honor Callie, I’d suggest we all take this good advice.
-Bailey Yeager, Former “Producer” of Honest HR
Amber Clayton, SHRM-SCP, has over 20 years of HR experience in the retail and health care industries. She oversees a team of nearly two dozen SHRM HR Knowledge Advisors who provide guidance and resources based on HR-related inquiries from SHRM's 300,000+ members.
Gloria Sinclair Miller, SHRM-SCP, is based out of Georgia and has 20+ years of senior HR business executive experience in the biopharmaceutical, retail and financial services industries, and with nonprofit organizations serving U.S. military service members and their families. Gloria is an expert in driving global change initiatives and executing innovative approaches to recruiting, developing and retaining talent. She’s also the co-employment director for VetLanta, a veterans group based in the Atlanta metro area.
Based out of the San Francisco Bay Area, Wendy Fong’s focus since 2019, has been to grow SHRM's Northern California community and initiatives. Her experience and wealth of knowledge come from more than 20 years working in the theater and for professional associations and nonprofits. Wendy's passion for pursuing challenges and continuous learning was instilled in her by her first-generation immigrant parents. She's an active volunteer and mentor, and as well as an instructor with Interacting@Work, - an organization emphasizing theater practices to improve communication skills and leadership presence.