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The Future of Work Exchange

The Future of Work Exchange podcast focuses on the intersection of talent and innovation in the workplace and how businesses get work done today and in the future. Join renowned industry expert, Christopher J. Dwyer, as he discusses the Future of Work and its impact on HR management, hiring, recruiting, remote and hybrid work, the extended workforce, talent marketplaces, direct sourcing, DE&I, technology, innovation, and much more.
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Aug 3, 2022

The Season Seven premiere of the Future of Work Exchange Podcast, sponsored by Beeline, features an in-depth, Future of Work-oriented discussion with Jen Torney, VP of Client Engagement at TAPFIN, and Brian Hoffmeyer, SVP of Market Strategies at Beeline. Jen, Brian, and I chat about the evolution of the extended workforce, the impact of direct sourcing, the realm of conscious leadership, and what 2023 may hold for the world of talent and work.

Jun 9, 2022

This week’s Future of Work Exchange Podcast, sponsored by Beeline, is the season finale of Season Six and features a discussion around the Future of Work’s possible tipping point. With so many changes within the workforce and the contemporary business, what does the Future of Work actually look like?

May 12, 2022
This week’s Future of Work Exchange Podcast, sponsored by Beeline, features a conversation with Steve Dern, EVP of Talent Solutions at Evaluent. Steve and I discuss the growth of the extended workforce, why the mid-market requires more flexible workforce management solutions, and the future of the labor market.
Apr 14, 2022

This week’s Future of Work Exchange Podcast features a conversation with Michael Brooks, CEO and founder of goLance. Michael and I discuss how remote and hybrid work can break down talent acquisition barriers, why the hybrid workplace is here to stay, and much more.

Mar 30, 2022
This week’s Future of Work Exchange Podcast, sponsored by PRO Unlimited, features a conversation with Paul Vincent, Global Head of Services Procurement at Randstad Sourceright. Paul and I not only unveil some sneak peeks of a progressive new research study on the evolution of services procurement, but also discuss why this arena requires a Future of Work and “business first” focus.
Mar 16, 2022

This week’s Future of Work Exchange Podcast, sponsored by PRO Unlimited, features a conversation with Sunil Bagai, CEO of Prosperix. Sunil and I discuss the evolution of Vendor Management System (VMS) technology, how the “network effect” can impact the Future of Work, the continued growth of direct sourcing, and more.

Mar 2, 2022

This week’s Future of Work Exchange Podcast, sponsored by PRO Unlimited, features a discussion with Tim Minahan, EVP of Strategy and CMO of Citrix. Tim and I discuss the impact of hybrid work on the Future of Work movement, the link between digital workspaces and the extended workforce, and what the future holds for remote work.

Feb 23, 2022

This week’s Future of Work Exchange podcast, sponsored by PRO Unlimited, features a discussion with Utmost co-founder and COO, Dan Beck. Dan and I chat about the continued growth and impact of the extended workforce, why VMS has to become more progressive, and how the “talent revolution” will shape the workforce for months and years to come.

Jan 6, 2022

An all-new Contingent Workforce Weekly podcast, sponsored by PRO Unlimited, highlights the continued “Great Resignation” and why, when considered a “talent revolution,” can be better addressed in the year ahead.

Dec 17, 2021

This week’s all-new Contingent Workforce Weekly podcast, sponsored by PRO Unlimited, reflects back on the year that was as we look forward to a 2022 that is founded on innovation, progressive business thinking, and work optimization.

Nov 17, 2021

An all-new edition of the Contingent Workforce Weekly podcast highlights the growing impact of “fatigue” on how work gets done, from pandemic fatigue to fatigue from the constant stream of change that permeates through the personal and professional lives of today’s workforce.

Oct 20, 2021

Another all-new edition of the Contingent Workforce Weekly episode, sponsored by DZConneX, a Yoh company, highlights how major Future of Work accelerants (digital talent acquisition, remote and hybrid work, etc.) will converge with non-technological elements (such as empathy-led leadership) to transform how businesses execute 2022 workforce planning.

Sep 15, 2021

Another all-new edition of the Contingent Workforce Weekly episode, sponsored by DZConneX, a Yoh company, features a conversation with Cesar Jimenez, CEO of myBasePay. Cesar and I discuss the impact of direct sourcing, the current state of talent and work, the future of the agile workforce, DE&I, and so much more.

Sep 1, 2021

Welcome to an all-new edition of the Contingent Workforce Weekly episode, sponsored by DZConneX, a Yoh company. As the summer ends, the arrival of fall brings continued uncertainty to both the business and personal lives of the world’s workforce, especially as millions of children (who cannot yet be vaccinated) head back to school. Businesses will need to prioritize the “art of flexibility” as the world of work continues to evolve.

Aug 18, 2021

An all-new edition of the Contingent Workforce Weekly episode, sponsored by DZConneX, a Yoh company, features a discussion with Matt Pietsch, Chief Strategy Officer at High5. Matt and I chat about the digital staffing industry, the evolution of direct sourcing, the outlook for the Future of Work movement, and much more.

Aug 5, 2021

An all-new edition of the Contingent Workforce Weekly episode, sponsored by DZConneX, a Yoh company, highlights how summer reopenings and return-to-office plans are currently being derailed by the Delta variant of the coronavirus.

The big ideas around the summer being a time of reopening, celebration, and a return to normalcy have all been thrown into a tailspin, especially knowing that this variant results in more frequent breakthrough cases and can possibly be spread by even the vaccinated population. The question, though, remains: what does it mean for business?

Jul 21, 2021

An all-new edition of the Contingent Workforce Weekly episode, sponsored by DZConneX, a Yoh company, features a discussion around the “future of the workforce” and its link to the “future of the workplace.” As more and more businesses plan a return to the office, an even larger number of workers are seeking flexibility, empathy, and agility. While a silent labor epidemic rages (the United States has never recorded so many resignations and jobs quit in a single month before this past May), business leaders must leverage the next several months to better understand the proper work model for both productive enterprises outcomes and its workforce.

Jun 30, 2021

The Season Six premiere of Contingent Workforce Weekly, sponsored by DZConneX, a Yoh company, features a discussion with Candidately CEO Jan Jedlinski. Jan and I chat about the transformation of staffing, the need for a more digitized approach towards talent acquisition, and what’s in store for the Future of Work movement in the months ahead.

Jun 16, 2021

The Season Five finale of Contingent Workforce Weekly, sponsored by DZConneX, a Yoh company, features a discussion with Prosperix CEO Sunil Bagai. Sunil and I chat about the new Prosperix brand, the solution’s innovative suite of functionality, the Future of Work movement, and the outlook for the world of talent and work for the next six months.

Jun 9, 2021

The 200th episode of the Contingent Workforce Weekly podcast, sponsored by DZConneX, a Yoh company, features a conversation with Checkr’s Chris Johnson (Director of Industry Strategy) and WillHire's Kevin Poll (Global Head of Strategic Partnership and DE&I Champion). Chris, Kevin, and I celebrate 200 episodes of the podcast by chatting about diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I), major shifts in talent acquisition, the growth of the agile workforce, the power of direct sourcing, and much more.

May 26, 2021

This week’s episode, sponsored by DZConneX, a Yoh company, features an in-depth discussion with The Mom Project’s Donna Yelmokas (Strategic Advisor to the CEO) and Beeline’s Brian Hoffmeyer (SVP of Market Strategies). Donna, Brian, and I chat about the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion within the Future of Work movement, DE&I’s impact on the extended workforce, and the strengths of the Diverse Talent Cloud (DTC).

May 19, 2021

This week’s episode, sponsored by DZConneX, a Yoh company, highlights the reasons why the hybrid work model (mix of remote and in-person work) will be a permanent business fixture moving forward even as pandemic restrictions are lifted and the world moves back into normality.

May 12, 2021

This week’s episode, sponsored by DZConneX, a Yoh company, discusses a topic that is on the minds of nearly every business leader around the globe: should COVID-19 vaccines be mandated for employees? We chat about the many ramifications of this questions, including legal aspects, public healthy and safety attributes, and what it means for the workforce.

May 5, 2021

This week’s episode, sponsored by DZConneX, a Yoh company, features a conversation with Utmost’s CEO and co-founder, Annrai O’Toole. Annrai and I discuss the growth and impact of the extended workforce, the accelerants pushing the Future of Work movement, the evolution of total talent management, and much more.

Apr 28, 2021

This week’s episode, sponsored by Beeline, features a discussion around why “transformation” will be a continued theme throughout 2021 as businesses continue to inch closer to “normal.” From the growth and impact of the agile and extended workforce to the benefits of empathy-led leadership, the reality of transformation within the workforce/digital/leadership realms will be a guiding light for enterprises throughout the year ahead.

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