The hiring process can be challenging no matter your level of experience. You have to source talent, sift through piles of applications (at least they’re usually digital piles these days), interview candidates, and determine which people would be the best fit for your company. The good news is you’re not alone! In this post, we’re going to highlight the best HR podcasts to entertain you and help you learn to hone your craft.
HR Studio Podcast
This is a great podcast for anyone who’s looking to build the necessary skills to succeed as HR professionals. HR Studio is geared towards professional development, whether you’re new to human resource or have been at it for decades. You can expect podcasts every two weeks featuring academics, senior HR executives, thought leaders, and authors about topics relevant to HR.
Check out episode #97 on Listening Myths & How to Become a Better Listener with Oscar Trimboli to learn more about this crucial skill.
Hiring Success Podcast
The Hiring Success Podcast is all about talent acquisition than from a podcast. They cover everything: attracting, selecting, and hiring great talent. This podcast is hosted by Mason Mitchel of SmartRecruiters.
Check out episode #9 on how to apply market segmentation in talent acquisition (featuring Jerome Ternynck, the CEO of SmartRecruiters).
HCI’s Nine to Thrive
One of Feedspot’s top 20 HR podcasts, HCI’s Nine to Thrive, features a wide variety of HR professionals, from Fortune 1000 companies to authors and academics.
Check out their episode on Intel’s new approach to talent acquisition, in which Allyn Bailey talks about the importance of balancing automation and the human touch in the hiring process.
This HR podcast, also featured in Feedspot’s Top 20 HR podcasts, covers various topics in HR. In about 30 minutes, you will learn from world-renowned thought leaders and other HR professionals about different topics relevant to you. For the professional interested in talent acquisition information, you will find their podcasts on recruiting to be very informative. They have been airing since 2010, so you are bound to find plenty of great podcasts to add to your queue.
Check out “Re-Tooling Your Talent Acquisition Strategy,” a recent episode on optimizing the talent acquisition process.
HR Works: The Podcast for Human Resources
HR Works is a series of insightful interviews with experienced HR professionals and experts on relevant topics to the industry. You will get concise and actionable insights on various topics from how to drive employee diversity to how to manage a remote workforce.
They have over 100 podcasts available. Check out episode #112 to learn about recruitment plans that don’t require LinkedIn or job boards.
Hiring On All Cylinders
In short, digestible episodes, Hiring On Cylinders will introduce you to professionals on the front lines of their organizations’ hunt for top talent.
Check out “Virtual Hiring Transformation Tips and Tricks” to learn how you can make your organization’s virtual recruitment process more effective.
HR Happy Hour
HR Happy Hour is the longest-running HR podcast around. The podcast was launched in 2009 and is hosted by Steve Boese and Trish McFarlane. They cover a range of topics to help HR professionals keep up with trends and news in the HR field.
If you need advice on hiring during the pandemic, check out their episode #452 dealing with job seeking and hiring trends during the pandemic.
Recruiting Future with Matt Alder
Recruiting Future focuses on HR innovations and trend analysis to help you get the best employees for your organization. Matt covers the latest trends in recruitment marketing and technolog with thought leaders and professionals who are changing the face of the industry.
Give this episode on how to transform talent acquisition a try to see what you think.
Stay ahead of the competition
The HR field is rapidly evolving. HR professionals must learn from other successful HR professionals and thought leaders to stay up-to-date. These podcasts each offer a great way to get ahead of the game. With the best HR podcasts we’ve listed here, you can combine a range of tips and tricks from people with experience and find out what works best for you and your organization.