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HR's Hiring Virtual Summit: Build a Successful Recruiting Infrastructure, Source Winning Candidates Online, and Onboard Brilliantly

SKU:WC-1012840
Date / Time: Recorded
Format: Webinar
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Did you know that 70 percent of recruiting budgets are wasted on sub-par candidates? And that for many job postings, HR departments have to wade through as many 2,000 resumes? With communication technology advances, it′s easier than ever to find people, but it′s harder than ever to find the RIGHT people.

So how can you be certain that you′re hiring smart?

A sound, well-planned recruiting process is the answer, one that not only finds top candidates, but also effectively trains and on-boards them so they′ll stick around for the long haul. In the end, a comprehensive top-to-bottom hiring process not only attracts the best employees, it reduces turnover and saves thousands of dollars. Are you doing all you can to make the very best hiring decisions for organization?

Participate in this interactive extended webinar, and you′ll learn:

  • Best practices for using social media to recruit your next new hires
  • How to tell which job candidates are more likely to seamlessly integrate into your company culture
  • The social media sites that work best for recruiting and hiring and why
  • Examples of organizations that take a smart approach to hiring to boost retention rates and minimize bad-hire costs
  • The checklist of issues to steer clear of when interviewing job candidates so you don′t violate federal anti-discrimination laws
  • Compliance tips for staying off the EEOC′s hit list regarding background checks
  • The critical elements successful onboarding programs share
  • And much, much more!

Full Agenda:

Session 1: Pinterest to Twitter and Everything In-Between: How To Effectively Use Social Media To Recruit Top Candidates
Led by Kelly Dingee

  • How to build a manageable and sustainable HR social recruiting strategy
  • The social media sites that work best for recruiting and hiring and why
  • Tips on how to integrate newer social media sites, like Pinterest, into your overall HR social media hiring strategy
  • How to analyze and interpret your social recruiting efforts and ROI
  • Common mistakes to avoid when using social medial for recruiting top talent
  • How to promote your corporate brand while recruiting online
  • Best practices for using social media to recruit your next new hires
  • Common mistakes to avoid when using LinkedIn for recruiting, featuring businesses with effective LinkedIn strategies to help with employee recruitment
  • How to strategically link Pinterest pages to other resources in HR′s arsenal, such as employees′ LinkedIn pages, internal career blogs, and more

Session 2: How to Build a Successful Hiring Structure and Be Smart About Making Offers
Led by Mary Anne Kennedy

  • How to set up an effective application process for managing the paper (and electronic) flow of resumes and applications
  • Tips for defining your hiring decision process, including the roles of HR and the hiring manager
  • Winning strategies to achieve an effective interviewing process
  • What you can do to optimize the job candidate′s experience - and why it′s important to do so
  • Understanding your automatic applicant tracking programs (ATS) requirements and best practice approaches, including what an ATS should cost
  • How to build a “perfect candidate" profile that you can apply for all of your organization′s critical roles
  • How to tell which job candidates are more likely to seamlessly integrate into your company culture
  • Why it′s important to think of yourself as a talent manager nowadays, not just a hiring manager
  • How to successfully lead the talent-management charge by following a few key steps
  • Tips on how to gauge whether a job candidate is likely to be a star or a dud
  • Examples of organizations that take a smart approach to hiring to boost retention rates and minimize bad-hire costs

Session 3: Legal Checks for Hiring: Background Checks, Conditional Offers of Employment, Pre-Hire Medical Exams and Drug Tests, and More
Led by Attorneys Alyssa Engelberg and Matthew Korn

  • A brief overview of the types of employment law claims that could be brought against your organization if you commit a hiring misstep
  • Disparate treatment, disparate impact under Title VII and the ADEA
  • Disability discrimination (regarded as claims under the ADA)
  • Examples of job advertisement language that won′t sit well with the EEOC, a judge, or a jury
  • Negligent hiring (in the event the new employee commits a crime or otherwise exposes your organization to liability)
  • The checklist of issues to steer clear of when interviewing job candidates so you don′t violate federal anti-discrimination laws
  • Tips for artfully bringing the interview back to legally safe territory when a candidate brings up off-limit topics
  • Compliance tips for staying off the EEOC′s hit list regarding background checks that allegedly discriminate against protected classes
  • Sample conditional offer of employment letter language to use
  • When you may request a pre-hire fitness for duty or other medical examination or drug test
  • How to go about revoking an offer of employment if the results of a drug or other test raise a red flag
  • Practical pointers for checking references without overstepping into a legal minefield

Session 4: Effective Onboarding: How to Keep Top Talent from Jumping Ship in the First Year Following Hiring
Led by Mary Anne Kennedy

  • Why taking a proactive approach to onboarding straight out of the hiring gate is so important, and how failure can make your retention rates plummet
  • The critical elements successful onboarding programs share
  • How to identify the key goals of your onboarding process and proven strategies for achieving those goals
  • The hiring manager′s role in onboarding and subsequent engagement/retention - the tips and tools they′ll need from HR for longlasting success
  • What it is that different generations of workers being onboarded crave - from the Millennials to the Gen-Xers to the Babyboomers
  • Metrics you can use to define and prove the value of onboarding and the team being built
  • Tips for measuring your onboarding strategy against first-year attrition rates so you can see whether your onboarding program is really helping with reducing unnecessary turnover

SPEAKERS:

Attorney Alyssa Engelberg of the Portland, Oregon, office of Fisher &Phillips LLP practices in all areas of labor and employment law. Ms. Engelberg′s practice includes advising organizations on how to handle issues related to employment discrimination and harassment, compliance and prevention, litigation of employment disputes, labor and employment litigation, and preventive services, such as drafting policies and procedures addressing pre-employment testing, background checks, and drug testing.

Kelly Dingee is a Strategic Recruiting Manager and leads the research team at Staffing Advisors. She is also a regularly featured writer on the talent management blog ìFistful of Talent." She has been sought out by publications like Workforce Management, and Mashable.com due to her sourcing and social media expertise. Her previous experience includes contract sourcing and corporate HR roles, as well as working for a well-known recruiting training organization as a Technical Writer/Course Developer where she had the opportunity to experience what she refers to as ìextreme Boolean boot camp", collaborating with the training team on all courses, including her personal favorite, Certified Social Sourcing Recruiter. Kelly has presented and moderated panels at industry events like the 2012 Advanced Employment Issues Symposium in Nashville and Las Vegas, WTPF, The Big 7, HRA-NCA, MCSHRM, Leesburg SHRM, PWSHRM, Project SAME, recruitDC, HCI, and ERE′s Social Recruiting Summit.

Mary Anne Kennedy is the principal consultant at MAKHR Consulting, LLC, a New Jersey based full-service human resources advisory firm. MAKHR Consulting provides small- to medium-sized business owners and employers with the full spectrum of HR services and programs, including all aspects of talent acquisition (from the full cycle recruitment process to succession planning and performance management). Before launching her business, Ms. Kennedy spent eight years with a Fortune 100 pharmaceutical company in a variety of human resources leadership roles. She also served as the HR Generalist for a Fortune 500 office furniture manufacturer and as senior HR consultant focusing on staffing, coaching and organizational development for a wide range of employers including for-profit and not-for-profit. Ms. Kennedy is a frequent speaker on HR topics including mentoring and coaching, compensation planning, rewards and recognition and numerous workshops on the job search process including behavior based interviewing, networking and resume writing. She is the co-founder of the St. Paul′s Networking Group in Princeton, New Jersey, a ministry that provided career coaching to those in career transition. She Anne holds Bachelor′s Degree in Social Science and has certifications in MBTI administration and DDI behavior-based interviewing.

Attorney Matthew Korn of the Columbia, South Carolina, office of Fisher &Phillips LLP represents employers in all areas of labor and employment law. Matthew advises clients on day-to-day employment issues arising under statutes such as Title VII, the FMLA, the ADA, the ADEA, and the FLSA. Additionally, he assists employers with traditional labor matters, including union avoidance campaigns, unfair labor practice charges, grievance arbitrations, and collective bargaining negotiations. Matthew also has significant experience in health and safety litigation with the federal government. He uses this experience to counsel clients during government investigations, implementing proactive safety programs, and throughout the litigation process. He is a regular contributor to the firm′s Workplace Safety and Health Law Blog.

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Webcasts, audio conferences, and podcasts are presentations that you attend via the Internet, phone, or mobile device at a specified date and time for "live" versions, or at your convenience for "recorded" and "On-Demand" versions.

The live versions are interactive, meaning that participants can ask questions in real time, plus are a very cost-effective form of training because 1) you receive fast, convenient learning without any out-of-office time; 2) you can invite as many colleagues as you'd like to listen in on a single phone line; 3) you incur no travel expenses; and 4) you and your colleagues are back at work immediately after the session ends!

And though with recorded versions you do lose the ability to ask questions, you gain the ability to hear the presentation numerous times and to share it with others in your office.

Handout materials and the phone number for live presentations are made available to you prior to the event via email from the presenter and from the "MyAccount" link on the menu bar. Copies of the presentations are included with recorded versions.

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