Hiring the Best: Interviewing for Top TalentFMWPadmin2018-10-22T22:16:17+00:00
Hiring is the most important decision most managers make, but interviewing and selecting candidates are often neglected skills. In these competitive times no one has the luxury of making a bad hiring decision. Hiring the right candidates can put your company ahead of the competition, reduce the high cost of turnover and discrimination claims. In order to be successful, managers must develop staffing strategies that will support them in selecting top talent and avoid the wrong candidates while minimizing legal risk. This stand-alone program is most powerful when offered after managers have attended Managing Within the Law.
Who should attend: Executives, managers, supervisors, and leads who participate in the interviewing and hiring process.
Participants of this workshop will learn:
The power of job descriptions and how to use them to the manager’s advantage
How to ask effective and legal questions
Why behavior based questions work and how to use them
Screening resumes without creating legal risk
What to do when applicants volunteer too much personal information
Visas and hiring – what managers need to know about H-1Bs and more
Considerations regarding a diverse (multi-generational and multi-cultural) workforce
Understanding the employer’s policies, procedures, and forms for the hiring process
The legal framework for hiring, including EEO laws, affirmative action, and reasonable accommodations
This program includes: Your organization’s policies and procedures, small group discussion, case studies and extensive Q & A. When it comes to behavior interviewing and interviewing technique tips, our instructors are seasoned attorneys, experienced trainers, and skilled facilitators who use personal stories and appropriate humor to make this topic come alive!
“This is a critical workshop for ALL employees involved in hiring.” – Energy Transfer Partners
To find out more about our national HR training programs or to book a workshop, please call 800-458-2778, email firstname.lastname@example.org.