On episode 93 of the HR Famous Podcast, long-time HR leaders (and friends) Tim Sackett, Jessica Lee, and Kris Dunn come together to discuss eating on video calls, hiring during the holidays, and choosing your own salary and benefits.
3:30 – JLee ponders the etiquette of eating on camera during WFH meetings. She’s had co-workers eat hot dogs and many other things. Tim asks why someone is eating hot dogs at home during the day.
5:45 – KD thinks it’s fine to eat during normal eating hours but not with any external clients.
8:00 – JLee is a regular on-camera eater. She says that she often goes to the pantry in the middle of calls and comes back in with a snack.
13:20 – JLee has a job opening and she’s ready to post the job but is worried about posting it during the holidays. KD says she should post the job right away with no hesitation. Tim talks about how post-new year’s, many people will have newfound motivation.
16:30 – Here is the link to the Marriott job JLee is hiring for! Go work with her!
18:30 – KD mentions a consulting job where the company he worked with had a strategy that consisted of solely on reposting jobs and money on monster.com.
21:00 – JLee is the best hiring manager. She’s responsive, does some of her own sourcing, and writes stellar job descriptions.
23:00 – JLee mentions an article about a company in France that lets their employees choose their own salary and hours to help prevent burnout. JLee asks the crew what they think their employees’ response was.
26:00 – KD mentions how salespeople at a company carry a huge burden to bring in the revenue for a business. Tim says that his sales employees have to bring in five to six times their salary to provide for the entire company.
28:30 – JLee mentions that Tim’s answer was pretty spot on. Some asked for more money, some asked for more benefits, and some didn’t ask for anything more.
30:00 – KD thinks the baller move is to ask for a 3-day work week rather than a pay increase.
32:00 – JLee mentions that some Audi employees get free cars, comped car insurance, and some money for gas!