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From Job Post to Retention: Best Practices for Your Hiring Process

Dates: March 29, 2022

Meets: Tu from 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM

Registration Fee: $79.00

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Live online class meets 3 - 4:30 PM Eastern Time.

1.5 HR (General) Recertification Credits

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Today's workforce is constantly changing and turnover is a reality of the workplace. Explore best practices to streamline your hiring processes, from creating the job posting and interview questions to selecting the best applicant and onboarding and retaining your new employee.

Learning objectives:

  • Identify key elements to write an effective job posting.
  • Explain how to design a structured interview and write effective interview questions.
  • Explain how to choose an employee selection process.
  • Describe methods for onboarding successful employees.
  • Employ strategies presented in the organization's employee retention plan.

About your instructor...

Jarrod K. Murray, founder of Higher Design, LLC, is a distance learning administrator, project manager, and professional personnel manager.  Jarrod’s career has covered academic administration and corporate leadership.  He specializes in talent management and development and management of distance learning programs.  Jarrod received his M.S. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from Valdosta State University (2013).  While attending his master’s program, he worked as a Human Resources Consultant for a company based in San Diego, CA (2011-2013). After graduating, Jarrod worked as a university administrator in the office of Extended Learning and in the Center for eLearning at Valdosta State University.  He also served on multiple state-led committees as well as local university steering committees.  Jarrod’s diverse background in both private and public work sectors gives him a unique perspective.

Fee: $79.00
Hours:1.50
CEUs:0.15

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