Recruiting leaders are required to have a solid understanding of organizational strategy to understand the skills needed to adequately fill jobs openings. Recruiting leaders must be forward thinking and shape their organization's workforce; not just replace talent. These leaders are charged with driving recruiting performance and developing innovative ways to source quality talent. This interactive webinar will identify ways to support recruiting leaders in being more transformational in their day-to-day work.
What is the cost of a bad hire? Imagine the impact poor selection has on customer care, annoyed and irritated coworkers, possible litigation, rehiring cost, damaged reputation, not to mention lost sleep. A short interview with a poor hiring decision can lead to months and years of frustration. There are no guarantees but there are best practices that help hire great employees and manage risk.
Achieving the goal of any meeting doesn't just happen; it takes preparation and planning before the meeting as well as skillful execution during the meeting. This webinar will cover how to set your meetings up for successful outcomes considering a variety of attendees: internal employees, cross-departmental associates or clients.
In the beginning Justin was a good employee, but now his performance is poor and his attitude is sour. As his supervisor, you are thinking he needs to step up or move on to something different. What do you do?
This webinar will provide attendees with a detailed overview of the Family Medical Leave Act's (FMLA) provisions and a breakdown of both employer and employee rights under this law and its intermittent leave provisions. This law provides job protected leave for an employee or family member's serious health condition, the birth, adoption or foster placement of a child, or for certain reasons related to a service member's serious health condition or deployment.