Every action an employee takes has the opportunity to either reinforce or diminish your brand. When HR and marketing join together, employees can become brand ambassadors and ultimately help create brand distinction in the marketplace.
An organization’s employees are its best brand ambassadors. They have the power to move the organization forward and make the brand live and breathe. There are no two ways about it, engaged employees build strong brands! The benefits of a strong brand are tremendous and all the best leaders realize that strong brands are not built by the marketing department alone they need HR in order to be successful.
In this session, we will hear from Patricia Nazemetz and Will Ruch, co-authors of “HR and Marketing Power Partners,” as well as executives at top global companies who have implemented a partnership between HR and marketing and discovered the impact it has on customer loyalty, business growth, talent acquisition and retention.
The facts are clear – most companies today need to do a better job selecting talent. Recent survey data collected by the Corporate Executive Board indicates that nearly a quarter of all new hires leave their companies within a year, and that hiring managers wish that they never extended an offer to one of every five members of their team. And a recent Gallup survey found that 52% of American workers were “not engaged” with their work.
Can you afford to miss an opportunity to learn how best-in-class organizations are using new technologies to scientifically assess talent before hiring, resulting in lower turnover, higher job performance, and greater employee engagement?
The talent acquisition game has significantly changed. With an abundance of candidates to choose from…how do you find the right “fit”? Candidate alignment to vision, mission, values and culture are the key to weeding out, in round one, only the individuals that share the same beliefs and mind set as the organization. Professionals, who play a role in the development or acquisition of talent will gain a significant understanding of how to quickly diagnose organizational culture and how to determine who the “right fit” is.
Lizz’s presentations are well positioned for advanced professionals, practitioners and job seekers. Information provided is not basic and is best suited for professionals with more than five years practical experience.
The New Year brings new hype about recruitment strategy best practices. There’s a talent shortage! How do you add staff quickly to hit your company growth goals? Yesterday’s recruitment practices don’t work anymore! What’s an HR leader to do?
BirdDog has done the homework for you and identified 4 top recruitment trends for 2014. Whether your strategy is mature and proven or you are just getting started, attend this webinar to cut through the clutter and learn about:
• How to extend your job distribution reach
• Why branding is important for recruiting
• US Federal Government changes effective March 2014 that could impact your hiring practices
• The importance of mobile-friendly recruiting
The experience that your candidates have with your process can have a direct impact on not only your employment brand, but even your company’s bottom line. Historically, organizations have built their employment processes to meet their own needs rather than the needs of their candidates. After years of an over-reliance on technology and overall neglect, the Candidate Experience is being evaluated and scrutinized as never before. Join Ben Gotkin, Candidate Experience Awards Council Member and Principal Consultant with Recruiting Toolbox, as he shares the lessons learned from the 2013 Awards program. Ben will share what candidates found to be most important to establishing a world-class Candidate Experience, what organizations need to consider in order to address their Candidate Experience issues. This webinar will focus specifically on the impact that your application process has on the Candidate Experience, on your sourcing efforts, your employment brand, and your mobile recruiting initiatives. Ben will also share some of the best practices from those organizations that were identified as 2013 Award Winners with Distinction.
Being good at what you do typically leads to a well-deserved promotion, but we all know that a leadership role requires so much more than just technical expertise. Learn how to prepare technical experts to become “ready-now” leaders and set them up to be successful first-time managers.
Join our 4-part webcast series and get 4 steps to get the right talent ready to take on the challenges of a frontline leader. In this first session, we will share research, best practices, and sample case studies to ensure you are looking past the technical skills and using the appropriate tools to eliminate blind spots and make the best selection and promotion decisions for your first-time or frontline leaders.
2013 was a big year for workforce analytics, and 2014 will prove to be even more impactful in the industry with analysts predicting that workforce analytics will become a “must have” tool for HR this year. But how to do you get started with this complex topic?
Join analytics expert Ian Cook as he provides an introduction to this complex topic, and shares the best practice approach to how you can get started with Workforce Analytics.
The Webinar will cover:
Introduction to Workforce Analytics: Moving from Metrics to Analytics
Factors Driving the Increased Demand for Workforce Analytics
The background screening industry exploded after 9-11-2001 as we became consumed with safety and security. Unfortunately, the pendulum has shifted in the past few years and there is a fast growing movement to restrict the use of background checks because there is a belief that it is contributing to a high level of recidivism among ex-offenders. It is critical important that organizations understand how to conduct legally compliant criminal background checks that align with:
• Ban the Box – Law the removes the option of collecting criminal history information on an application
• EEOC 2012-2016 Strategic Plan- Targets employers that have zero tolerance policies regarding criminal records
• Fair Credit Reporting Act- The FCRA has some very specific requirements that employers MUST follow
• Social Media Background Checks- The proliferation in social media has spawned a “Wild West” approach to searching social media sites as part of the background screening process. However this can place employers a risk of being sued.
Join Christopher Young, CEO of Async Interview and Suzanne Gleason, Area Manager of PeopleShare in this one hour webinar will share how to best present candidates to clients or managers. With new technologies and innovative steps to the recruiting process, companies such as PeopleShare are finding new ways to present candidates in the best light, given short attention spans, limited schedules and high expectations. This session is recommended for professionals in recruitment process outsourcing (RPO), corporate recruiting or staffing. Participants will leave this session having a better understanding about how to help candidates put their best foot forward while learning how to best present candidates to their managers and clients.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS WEBCAST DOES NOT QUALIFY FOR CERTIFICATION CREDITS.
The Human Resources Certificate Institute (HRCI) sets HR professionals apart! HRCI certification demonstrates to peers and colleagues within the Human Resources profession that you are a recognized expert and have mastered the core HR principles. Earning an HR certification wreaks many benefits for both the employee and organization.
• Enhances your resume and candidacy. “One out of two recruiters prefer those (job applicants) with an HR certification” www.hrci.org.
• Certified professionals drive business through increased self- motivation, empowerment and confidence
• Certified professionals remain competitive in the workforce and raise their professional value
• network with HR professionals
• Uphold competitive advantage in the market place because of the mastery held by human capital
• Internal career advancement for certified staff reduces hiring and onboarding costs
• Clients have more confidence in the results of certified staff
HRCI statistics record that the average pass rate of the PHR and SPHR exam is 59 to 67 percent and 52 to 60 percent, respectively. An academically aggressive and reliable means of preparing for these exams is now available to ensure you don’t fall within these statistics.
HR.com has partnered with the Human Resources Certification Preparation (HRCP) program to help professionals prepare and pass their PHR or SPHR exam. This program, like no other, offers a 100% guarantee or your MONEY BACK!!
Features of the HR.com prep course include:
• up to 36 hours of live online blended learning classes with an HR practitioner and HRM
• 6 study manuals, each covering the body of knowledge as prescribed by HRCI
• Flash cards to test your knowledge
• Online practice exams
A couple of well known exam preparation resources are available, however their correspondence based product has not proven to drive high turnover of successful pass rates. As you will see within this product demonstration, HR.com Exam Prep Course is proficient, reliable and intimate. The key ingredients to supporting fellow professionals get certified.