Recently at CaribHR.Radio, we put together a summary of all our past radio shows through 2013.
It’s been a labor of love to assemble some of the region (and the world’s) brightest minds for the benefit of our local listeners in a field that probably hasn’t been featured on radio with this kind of intense focus.
The summary is available free by simply clicking here and it’s a great way to access a ton of great HR content tailored for the Caribbean listener.
A few months ago I had the pleasure of interviewing Ingrid Riley – a Social Media Strategist – on the topic of how HR Practitioners can make the most of the free professional network – Linkedin. You can hear the radio show here – Linkedin as an HR Practitioner with Ingrid Riley.
Tonight I just aired one of our most interesting show on CaribHR.Radio. The guest was Diana mcIntyre-Pike, an expert on community tourism, a topic that is important to most Caribbean countries.
Tune into the show at this link at any time – it’s in our archives. CaribHR.Radio show of October 17, 2013.
Last week I interviewed May Hinds and Cathy Norville. They are both Barbadian consultants working in the OD and HR fields respectively and our interview covered topics related to the transformation of companies, and also the Barbados’ Employee RIghts Act of 2012 and what it means for the country.
They were a lot of fun to have on the show as you can tell from our interaction, and it was great to learn from their experience.
Interview with May Hinds and Cathy Norville on CaribHR.Radio
Recently, CaribHR.Radio hosted a pretty controversial show: how Human Resource Professionals can find ways to make their workplaces friendly to Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender (GLBT) employees.
It was perhaps the most challenging show we have produced and presented so far, but perhaps one of the most rewarding based on the feedback received both before and after the show.
The show aired on July 5, 2011 and you find it in the archives by clicking here: http://radio.caribhrforum.com