Beginning on an employee’s first day of employment, employers have the opportunity to build strong relationships in order to re-recruit new staff and insure a strong start to new employment. Various strategies include building comprehensive systems of support to insure that new staff feel welcome, connected and aligned as they build a new relationship with you as an employer.
Please join us as we share best practices from many seasoned Human Resource professionals regarding what they have built and initiated to forge strong relationships with new team members in order to insure optimum performance and productivity.
• Tips for establishing new relationships
• How to build support systems that last
• Overall best practices
This program will fulfill the SHRM competencies of: Talent Acquisition and Retention and Employee Relations.
This program will also fulfill the HRCI functional areas of Workforce Planning and Employment along with Employee and Labor Relations because it will allow HR to improve employee retention which in turn helps to improve productivity and profitability, and ultimately enhances the organizations community profile.
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Looking forward to seeing you there!
Chapter President, 2018
Designed For: Human Resources Professionals
Presenter: Mike Willerer, Irwin Seating; Courtney Samuels, National Heritage Academy; Nicole McConnell, Spectrum Health and Sandy Buchanich, Byrne Electric
No-Shows/Cancellations after noon on Monday, January 15, 2018 will be billed.
Price: $25 Member & Non-member - Payment required no later than day of meeting - No cash or credit cards accepted at the door.
Meeting sponsor: Hungerford Nichols CPA
Approved for 1.0 PDCs
Approved for 1.0 Specified Credit Hours: HR (General)