Recruiting, Hiring and Retaining the Best Seasonal Talent
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This webinar will help attendees understand the unique aspects and challenges inherent to seasonal hiring.
Just like full-time employees, seasonal employees enjoy the protection of employment laws that cover harassment, discrimination and workplace safety. Employers must bear this in mind when recruiting and hiring seasonal talent.
The webinar will also explore how improper recruiting or hiring acts may violate Title VII and incur liability in a potential discrimination suit. Likewise, the presentation will examine how to retain annual seasonal employees to save on recruitment and ensure a qualified, committed and experienced staff.
Seasonal Employee Rights
The Application Form
- Laws That Apply to Seasonal Employees
- Benefits That Seasonal Employees Receive
- Items to Include
- What the Responses Tell You About Applicants
- Questions to Avoid in the Interview Process
- Common Interview Style Errors
About The Presenters
- Effectively Manage Seasonal Employees
- Common Mistakes in Dealing With Seasonal Employees
Carolyn B. Witherspoon
- Director at Cross, Gunter, Witherspoon & Galchus, P.C.
- Practices labor and employment law, and transportation law
- Represents public and private employers in defending employment-related matters, including Title VII litigation
- Conducts extensive training in the employment area for employers
- Frequent contributor to legal publications on topics involving employment and personnel issues
- Listed in Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business; The Best Lawyers in America; Mid-South Super
- Lawyers and Arkansas Top 50 Super Lawyers
- Member, Commission on Uniform State Laws, Governor's Appointment 2013
- J.D. degree, with honors, University of Arkansas at Little Rock; B.A. degree, University of Arkansas at Little Rock
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