HR Today Radio


The Dubin Group proudly sponsors:

 HR Today Radio

Broadcasting on the 3rd Wednesday of every month

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm on WWDB-AM TALK 860


HR Today Radio is excited to announce our return to WWDB 860 AM! HR Today Radio is the only show dedicated exclusively to human resource professionals in our area.  Tune in to WWDB on the 3rd Wednesday of each month between 12-1:00 pm to get expert advice from HR professionals of the Delaware area.  These senior level HR guests explain how they manage challenges, offer their insight and share their expertise on all key HR issues.


“It is great to be back to WWDB!  It is especially exciting to offer a scheduled monthly show for both our guests and our listening audience. We are so proud of how popular HR Today Radio has become and expect our partnership with WWDB combined with the new format and of course our HR guests will bring us more success and growth in the years ahead” says Ken Dubin, HR Today Radio Host and CEO of The Dubin Group.


HR Today Radio drives conversations in core areas of interest to HR professionals and business leaders. “Interestingly, it is not just HR folks listening to our show anymore.  We have found this is forum in which HR professionals can communicate to our audience of HR professionals, as well as CFOs, CEOs, etc.”  Rich Krekstein, one of the founders of HR Today Radio, notes, “As it becomes more frequent for the C-Suite to work hand-in-hand with HR, they are becoming a larger part of our listening audience.”


We are also excited to announce we are giving you an opportunity to get inside details about HR Today Radio.  To learn more about upcoming guests, new topics and participate in active discussions, become a member of the HR Today Radio group on LinkedIn.


See the media player below for a complete list of recent guests who have appeared on HR Today Radio, and to listen to previous interviews in their entirety!


Are you interested in being on the show or know someone who would make a great guest?

Are there new questions or topics you think we should consider addressing? We want to hear from you!

Please call or send your questions, recommendations and suggestions to Kenny Dubin at or 610-229-9088.