Oven Ready HR tells compelling stories from the world of work through a broad HR lens. We convene lively, captivating and thought-provoking conversations with expert analysis and insights.
We’re here to educate, inform, entertain and make what can be a very dry and dusty subject, just that little bit more interesting and relevant for your workplace.
What Will Make The World of Work Better in 2022? Paul Nowak of The TUC Explains
Paul Nowak, Deputy General Secretary of the Trade’s Union Council.
Oven Ready Reheated – A Final Serving of Season 3’s Interviews
Romanie Thomas, Lars Schmidt, Jon Thurmond, Wendy Dailey, Robert Tansey, Dr Fiona Jamison, Lawrence Hughes, Jacqueline Hopkins & Rob Moss
Oven-Ready Reheated – Another Bite From Season 3 of the HR Podcast!
Oliver Shah, Chad Sowash, Olly Olsen, Dr Sam Friedman, Benjamin Cohen, Elan Divon and Jon Simmonds
The HR Year In Review – Rob Moss Editor of Personnel Today
Rob Moss, Editor Personnel Today
Why I started Oven-Ready HR:
I think work can be happier, healthier, more purposeful and rewarding if organisations move towards more progressive employment policies that represent the interests of ordinary workers not just those privileged enough to lead.
Why the HR focus?
Well HR is the function of an organisation tasked with all things worker related so it makes sense to tell stories that have a broad HR focus.
Our purpose is to help shine a light on the positives and negatives of the workplace and encourage new thinking. Big ambitions for sure, but we have to start somewhere right?
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Chris’ day job
Chris hasn’t always been in HR and actually began his career in marketing where he built a successful communications and branding agency. He then spent a number of years in a Commercial and HR role running a Private Members’ club in London’s Mayfair. Latterly he founded a highly successful boutique talent agency that was purchased by a competitor in 2019.