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Key Take Away:
The key take away from this training will assist HR professionals with the latest best practices in hiring highly competitive talent and how to retain them as well. One of the first steps is ensuring that your organization is perceived as inclusive; this will go far in helping potential candidates feel comfortable in their new role.
When it comes to recruitment, there are several factors that HR professionals should consider before trying to recruit candidates from diverse backgrounds. When I speak of diversity, it is not just racial or ethnic diversity, but also includes gender, socio-economic, and thought diversity. The STAR method represents establishing a successful Talent Acquisition Recruiting Strategy.
Areas Covered in the Session:
The key to being successful as a recruiter creating a funnel for sharing recruitment ideas. For example:
• Gain Community Support: garner community support for a diverse workforce; when a candidate comes for a site visit, create opportunities to visit with or meet with people from the community; set up a community advisory council to help with non-institutional issues such as schools, faith-based organizations, cultural events, and demographics.
Speaker: Lyman Montgomery
Lyman Montgomery has over twenty-seven years of HR experience in Employee Relations dealing with workplace issues and performance management. He is also a certified LEAN Six Sigma Black Belt Trainer. Currently, he is writing his dissertation for his Ph.D. in the area of focused employee engagement and sustained performance.
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