In the Workplace with Peter Cappelli and Dan O'Meara
Everything You Need to Know About Work and Management
Wharton Professor Peter Cappelli and Attorney Dan O’Meara examine the workplace and the challenges faced by business owners, policy makers, and job seekers. Learn the secrets to successful employment and follow "In the W
The Collegiate Cover
Season 2019, Ep. 46
Irwin S. Kirsch is the Director of the Center for Global Assessment at Educational Testing Service. He earned his Ph.D. in Educational Measurement, Reading/Literacy from the University of Delaware in 1982. Since joining ETS in 1984, he has directed a number of large-scale assessments in the area of literacy including the National Adult Literacy Survey, and the NAEP Young Adult Literacy Survey. He was also a key person in establishing the International Adult Literacy Surveys and has directed them for ETS since 1993. In 1987, he received the ETS Research Scientist Award for his work in the area of literacy and was named as an ETS Distinguished Presidential Appointee in 1999. Kirsch currently manages several large-scale surveys including the Adult Education Program Study with the U.S. Department of Education and the Literacy Assessment and Monitoring Program with the UNESCO Institute for Statistics. Kirsch also chairs the Reading Expert Group for the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) and has been involved with several efforts aimed at defining and measuring information and communication technology (ICT) skills. In this area, he has directed an international panel for ETS that defined ICT literacy, has designed and conducted a feasibility study on ICT literacy for the OECD, and participates on an OECD advisory panel aimed at establishing a new survey of adult skills for the 21st century.
What Happens When Mothers Come Back to Work
Season 2019, Ep. 45
Pamela Stone is Professor of Sociology at Hunter College and The Graduate Center, City University of New York. Stone is the author of Opting Out? Why Women Really Quit Careers and Head Home.Meg Lovejoy, Ph.D., is a sociologist and Research Program Director for the Workplace and Well-being Initiative at the Harvard Center for Population and Development. She was a lead researcher for Opting Out? Why Women Really Quit Careers and Head Home.
Season 2019, Ep. 44
Originally aired 2/28/19Debbie Bolla has been covering the latest in human capital management trends for the last nine years. As Editorial Director and Editor-in-Chief of HRO Today magazine, she is responsible for the voice, design, and development of editorial and event content. Debbie joined HRO Today in 2009 as Associate Editor, then re-envisioned the magazine’s digital presence as Online Editor, and now is at the helm of all editorial products. She frequently speaks and leads panel discussions at industry events.
Inside a Call Center
Season 2019, Ep. 43
Emily Guendelsberger has worked at Philadelphia City Paper, the Onion's A.V. Club, Philadelphia Weekly, and the Philadelphia Daily News, and has contributed to the Philadelphia Inquirer, The Washington Post, Politico magazine, and Vice.Learn more about / purchase her book, On The Clock, here.
Season 2019, Ep. 42
Debbie Bolla has been covering the latest in human capital management trends for the last nine years. As Editorial Director and Editor-in-Chief of HRO Today magazine, she is responsible for the voice, design, and development of editorial and event content. Debbie joined HRO Today in 2009 as Associate Editor, then re-envisioned the magazine’s digital presence as Online Editor, and now is at the helm of all editorial products. She frequently speaks and leads panel discussions at industry events.Read more from HRO Today here.
Equal Opportunity Employment
Season 2019, Ep. 41
Rae Vann is Senior Vice President, General Counsel, and Corporate Secretary of the Center for Workplace Compliance (CWC) (formerly the Equal Employment Advisory Council (EEAC)). As General Counsel, Rae manages six substantive program teams, which are responsible for delivering practical guidance and content to member companies in the areas of Contract Compliance, Fair Employment Practices, Wage and Hour, State Standards, Immigration, and Labor Relations. She also oversees the preparation and filing of friend-of-the-court briefs with the U.S. Supreme Court and federal courts of appeals in significant employment law cases, and personally has authored dozens of briefs on behalf of CWC.Rae has more than 20 years of experience in assisting employers with their workplace compliance needs, and was one of 16 national experts selected to serve on the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s Select Task Force on the Study of Harassment in the Workplace.Rae serves as managing partner of NT Lakis, LLP, the Washington, D.C.–based law firm whose lawyers and non-lawyer professionals staff CWC, and as Director of Investigative Services for Employment Advisory Services, Inc. (EASI), the firm’s affiliated consulting practice.Rae received her B.S. in Public Policy and Management from Carnegie Mellon University and her law degree from the University of Connecticut School of Law. She is admitted to practice law in the District of Columbia and the State of Connecticut, as well as before the U.S. Supreme Court and numerous federal courts of appeals.Learn More about the Center for Workplace Compliance here.