HR Insights 5 min

Announcing a New BambooHR Podcast: What Happens at Work

March 22, 2022

This summer, BambooHR is launching What Happens at Work, a new podcast series centered on employee experiences. What happens at work never just stays there—it seeps into our private lives, shaping our personal relationships and aspirations. Add to those everyday pressures the unprecedented upheavals triggered by the pandemic, and we’ve all had to rethink what work should be about.

In an effort to take a collective breath and find positive ways to apply lessons learned, we want to hand the microphone directly to employees to hear how the actions and efforts of leadership and HR are impacting their daily experiences, for better and worse. 

Featuring Real-Life Stories from Real-Life People

When we say “what happens at work,” we’re talking about what really happens at work—both the stories our bosses already know about, but also those stories we share during lunch with work friends or happy hour with regular friends. From the very start of the job search to the everyday of working life, and all the good, the bad, and the ugly in between. 

Tell us your story! Learn more about what we’re looking for, or submit a story here by March 31. 

Telling Stories for Change

While this podcast illuminates the unique challenges people are facing in their industries or regions, we hope these stories provide opportunities to reflect, reconnect, and better understand people’s work experiences in your specific situation—and more importantly, how to improve them.

We can’t wait to share these stories with you and start a new conversation around what happens at work. 

Want to share a story about being a working human? Submit it by March 31!
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Marie-Reine Pugh
Copywriter

Marie-Reine Pugh is focused on making HR simpler for HR professionals and workplaces a better place for everyone. She pulls from her previous experiences as an educator and six years of writing and researching to explore how to create inclusive company cultures that help businesses succeed.