A podcast about creating better work. 

Here to Help is hosted by Indeed CEO Chris Hyams. Each week we explore how people’s experience, strength and hope inspire them to help others, and how that passion is challenging conventional wisdom and shaping the future of work.

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New 02/09/2024

Leadership Insights from a Navy SEAL: Admiral William H. McRaven

Admiral McRaven is here to tell us why we don't need a law to have a culture of diversity.

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Dr. Miguel Cardona is a Latino man with a goatee. He wears glasses, a blue button down shirt and black jacket. He's smiling warmly at the camera.
New 01/31/2024

Dr. Miguel Cardona on Skill Development and Educational Equity

US Secretary for Education Dr Miguel Cardona is here to discuss the importance of skill development in educational equity.

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Ellen McGirt: The impact of AI on Journalism

Ellen McGirt is here to discuss the root causes of inequity in the workplace and working to forge a path toward true inclusion.

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Sterlin is a Native man with goatee and glasses and wears a black t-shirt against a blue background.

Exploring Indigenous Representation with Sterlin Harjo

Sterlin Harjo is here to tell us how "Reservation Dogs" broke boundaries in Indigenous representation.

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Challenging the Status Quo: Sinéad Burke’s Journey of Disability Activism

Sinéad Burke is here to tell us why accessibility is an innovation, not a cost.

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Dr. Ella F. Washington is a Black woman with shoulder length dark brown hair. She's wearing a brown plaid blazer and is smiling against a light orange background. Her name appears in white at the top left hand corner of the image.

What does the recent SCOTUS decision mean for DEI&B?

In the wake of the recent SCOTUS decision, Dr. Ella F. Washington is here to explains why companies can and should recommit to DEI&B.

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What are the economic implications of racism?

Elizabeth Hinton is here to tell us how we can break the cycle of police violence and social unrest.

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Why is AI not an authority on fairness?

Hannah Fry is here to tell us why we can't assume software is perfect.

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If AI can replace some jobs, should we?

Missy Cummings is here to tell you why AI is not the job killer.

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