Episode 203 – What you don’t know about HR could hurt you – Interview with Edgar Ndjatou of Officium

by | Company culture, Hiring, Leadership, Podcast, Productivity, Purpose, right people

Whoever said HR was boring?! I had an engaging conversation with Edgar Ndjatou, Principal of Officium, which was chock-full of great information.  In listening to this episode, you actually get a roadmap to successfully navigate HR and employment issues.

We discussed:

  • The biggest HR challenge facing small businesses
  • The Great Resignation (yes, it’s real)
  • What the healthiest organizations do
  • Trends in hiring and retention
  • The biggest mistake companies make in terms of HR
  • The #1 thing companies can do to attract and retain great talent

Make sure you listen in to help you create your hiring and retention roadmap.

About Edgar Ndjatou

Originally from Cameroon and raised in New York City, Edgar Ndjatou (ja-too) is passionate about creating workplaces that value fair treatment, trust, and open communications. Before founding Officium, Edgar practiced employment law for nine years, including co-managing his own law firm.

As an employment lawyer, Edgar represented employees, in the federal, nonprofit, and private sectors, in all phases of administrative proceedings and lawsuits involving claims under federal, state, and local employment laws. For employers, Edgar provided advice and counsel to minimize litigation risk by ensuring compliance with federal, state, and local employment laws.

Edgar has developed a wide knowledge base to assist clients in making competent human resources decisions, relying on holistic, creative, and reasoned approaches.

Website:  https://officiumdc.com/

LinkedIn:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/edgarndjatou/

Twitter:  https://twitter.com/officium_llc

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