HR: Employee Hiring, Firing & Retention
Part 2 in a 3-part series of Human Resources for Small Businesses
Finding a perfect employee can prove challenging to even the best organizations and experienced managers. Even one bad hire can have extremely negative consequences that undermine revenue production, employee productivity and morale, and can also drain time resources in many ways. However, a great employee has the opposite effect allowing for greater sustainability, structure, stability and more.
This class will teach you how to make better hiring choices by helping you to understand how best to find, hire, and vett employees. Employee turnover has increased over 88%, in the last decade and 27% have left a job, since 2018. With trends like these you cannot afford to lose out on the best candidates.
We’ll give a broad overview of critical topics that will include:
- Learn to avoid common hiring pitfalls and find better job candidates
- Learn to hire for capability vs. education
- Interview techniques that will help you discover deceivers and diamonds in the rough
Taught by Human Resources Specialist and Business Advisor, Rhonda Bennett
Rhonda Bennett, owner of RB Consultations, has over 20+ years of experience as a results oriented Human Resources professional with a successful track record in providing Human Resources consulting to a variety of small businesses and non-profit organizations in a wide range of industries. She assists her clients in staying compliant and avoiding costly labor lawsuits by providing detailed oriented customer focused problem solving results.
Rhonda has provided services in the planning, implementation, and compliance in the following areas: Recruitment, Employee Relations, Policy Development, HRIS, Compensation, Payroll, Leave Management, Employee Retention, Benefits Administration, Diversity Initiatives, and EEO Activities.
Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
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