The JoyPowered® Workspace Podcast: Where we embrace joy in the workplace!

JoyPowered® is hosted by:
JoDee Curtis,

Owner of Purple Ink LLC

Susan Tinder White,

CEO, Susan Tinder White Consulting, LLC

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You can get SHRM recertification credits for listening to certain episodes of the JoyPowered® Workspace Podcast! Look for "SHRM Credit" at the beginning of an episode title to know which are eligible. During the podcast, the co-hosts will explain how to get your recertification credit.

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Recent Episodes

July 15, 2024

Show Notes: Episode 199 – How and Why Pay Transparency Works

Click here for a full transcript of the episode. Compensation has been a hot topic in business over the last year. In this episode, we share […]
July 1, 2024

Show Notes: Episode 198 – Mitigating Risk with Employee Handbooks (with Ken Siepman)

Click here for a full transcript of the episode. Employee handbooks set clear expectations, reduce uncertainty, and welcome new employees while affirming company values. Unfortunately, 60% […]
June 17, 2024

Show Notes: Episode 197 – Building Thriving Teams through Games and Play (with Alexandra Suchman)

Click here for a full transcript of the episode. Structured games at work can help you build teams and give people an opportunity to get to […]

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