The Hiring Workshop

You probably don’t need to be told how tight the labor market is right now for all types of employers. Americans are quitting their jobs in record numbers … and many aren’t returning to the workforce.

It’s time to make some substantial changes to your recruiting, interviewing, onboarding and retention strategies.

In this one-time-only workshop, three national hiring experts will explain the important changes taking place in talent acquisition in 2022 and what your organization must be doing in response.

On Feb. 16, take time to discover dozens of practical, easy-to-implement tips to help your organization find the talent it needs—and hold on to it.

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Agenda for The Hiring Workshop

Join us on February 16 at 1 pm Eastern for a special 3-hour training.
At The Hiring Workshop, you’ll discover the most up-to-date advice on these topics and more:

  • 1

    Current Trends & Best Practices

    -- How successful companies adapted their hiring process during COVID
    -- Specific changes to your recruiting strategy to stay ahead
    -- How to write modern job ads and job descriptions
    -- How to raise your hiring standards during a talent shortage
    -- Making the right tech decisions (for the right reasons)

  • 2

    New Interviewing Tactics

    -- The newest trends in post-COVID and remote interviewing
    -- 29 proven questions to spot “must hires” and identify red flags
    -- How to break through canned answers to elicit spontaneous, honest responses
    -- Use an 8-question post-interview debrief to gauge the person’s true interest
    -- "Pressure cooker" questions to dig deep in the shortest amount of time

  • 3

    Making the Offer and Closing the Deal

    -- What today’s applicants want to hear (and not hear) in job offers
    -- The best job-offer phrasing to lock in a “yes”
    -- Simple but effective ways to prevent counteroffers
    -- How to negotiate salary and retain control of the discussion
    -- New comp and benefit strategies that entice today’s applicants

  • 4

    Smart Preboarding and Onboarding

    -- How to help new hires feel part of your culture before Day 1
    -- Proven steps to help onboard remote employees
    -- Questions to ask every employee after 30, 60 and 90 days on the job
    -- What new employees hired in 2022 will want to hear from you
    -- 10 most common onboarding mistakes—and how to avoid them

  • 5

    Successful Retention in this ‘Quitting Culture’

    -- Practical tips to keep your remote workers connected and engaged
    -- Learn what employees of every generation want from their jobs
    -- How to engage with empathy
    -- How to use stay interviews and coaching to lock in retention

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Workshop Faculty:

Karl Ahlrichs

Karl Ahlrichs is a nationally known speaker, author and advisor to senior leadership on human resource issues. He is often quoted in national media on HR, hiring and management issues. He currently serves as a senior consultant for Gregory and Appel in Indianapolis and was a founding partner of the HR services firm ExactHire.

Karl Ahlrichs, Gregory and Appel
JoDee Curtis

JoDee Curtis is the founder of the HR consulting firm Purple Ink and the author of four books, including JoyPowered: Intentionally Creating an Inspired Workplace. Previously, JoDee has worked as a director of HR, a practicing CPA and a CFO, so she brings a wealth of practical knowledge and experience to her HR training.

JoDee Curtis, Founder of Purple Ink
Paul Falcone

Paul Falcone is a best-selling author and has held senior-level HR positions with Paramount Pictures, Time Warner and Nickelodeon. He currently serves as the CHRO of the Motion Picture & Television Fund. Paul is well known for his dynamic presentations and for authoring several books, many of which have been ranked as Amazon #1 best-sellers in hiring and HR.

Paul Falcone, CHRO of the Motion Picture & Television Fund

Professional Certification Credit Hours Included:

Business Management Daily is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDC) for SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP® recertification activities.

HRCI has pre-approved this activity for recertification credit toward the aPHR®, PHR®, PHRca®, SPHR®, aPHRi™, PHRi™, GPHR® and SPHRi™ certifications. The content of the activity submitted has met the criteria of the Approved Provider Program.

Your Satisfaction is Guaranteed:

If this workshop fails to meet your needs in any way, we will refund 100% of your tuition – every penny you paid – but your course materials will be yours to keep. No hassles, no questions asked.

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