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Hiring and Retention: How to Find, Hire, and Retain the Right People for Your Organization

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Employer Resource Institute Audio Conference

Thursday, March 26, 2009
10:30 a.m. to Noon (Pacific)

Order Option       Price  
1. Live Conference       $219      
2. Live Conference + CD Recording       $269      
3. CD Recording Only       $219      

When it comes to recruitment and hiring, you've got a lot of options to consider. Depending on the type of position you're looking to fill, search firms, trade unions, colleges, and your own workforce are just a few of the resources you can tap into to find candidates. But are the candidates you find really a match for your needs? And how well will they fit into your organization's strategic mission?

Even once you find a match, your work isn't done yet. You need to be sure you have the resources in place for keeping your new worker happy and engaged so that he or she doesn't jump ship. Ideally, you're looking for a long, mutually productive relationship. And there are things you can do to greatly increase your odds of achieving this.

Join us on March 26 for an in-depth 90-minute audio conference all about the best strategies for finding, hiring, and retaining the best workers for your organization. Our speakers—both experienced management consultants—will cover:

  • The strategy and process errors you can't afford to make when hiring, and how to integrate strategic hiring plans into your overall business strategy
  • The true purpose of ATS—automatic tracking systems—and how you should be using them
  • Drafting a succession plan that works effectively for your organization and bolsters your ability to recruit and hire qualified candidates
  • Where to turn first when you need to fill a job, and why generally it's more beneficial to recruit and promote from within
  • Using branding and marketing strategies to attract candidates who are a good fit for your organization
  • How to interpret a candidate's stated reason for leaving a previous job
  • Keeping who you've got by using effective strategies that align with your overarching strategic organizational goals
  • Why making a counteroffer to keep a departing worker is generally a bad idea

About Your Speakers:

Kenneth Dzierzawiec is vice president of F&H Solutions Group LLC, a national consulting firm of experienced professionals providing creative human capital solutions. He brings an innovative and bottom line oriented approach to the management of the human resources function and its successful integration into the strategic plan of an organization. As President/CEO and senior consultant of an innovative consulting group, Dzierzawiec took the company from start-up mode to an operation with $2 million in annual revenues by providing high-end, outsource human resources consulting services to a Fortune 500 international client base. Services included: management training, strategic business planning training, cost effective staffing projects, as well as labor relations (NLRB elections, bargaining, grievance handling, and proactive supervisory training).

Henry Janssen is director of talent management for F&H Solutions Group LLC. He has extensive experience in recruiting, staffing, and resource management. He also brings special expertise in developing, designing and implementing recruiting processes, both domestic and internationally. As a consultant with F&H Solutions Group, Jannsen is dedicated to representing clients in the entire area of talent management, beginning with needs analysis, design and development of the recruiting processes and delivering on time, cost effective solutions.



This program has been approved for 1.5 recertification credit hours toward PHR and SPHR recertification through the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI). For more information about certification or recertification, please visit the HRCI homepage at www.hrci.org. The use of this seal is not an endorsement by HRCI of the quality of the program. It means that this program has met HRCI's criteria to be pre-approved for recertification credit.


Bonus Offer

As an additional benefit, you will receive a no-risk trial subscription to California Employer Advisor when you register for this Audio Conference (or purchase a CD recording). You will receive 3 evaluation issues. If you want to continue to receive the newsletter, simply pay the invoice you will receive in the mail. If you decide the newsletter isn't for you, just write cancel on the invoice and return it. You will owe nothing, and all issues you receive are yours to keep. As with all ERI products, your satisfaction is guaranteed 100%. (Offer good for new subscribers only.)


How Do Audio Conferences Work?

An Audio Conference is remarkably cost-effective and convenient. You participate from your office using a regular telephone. You have no travel costs and no out-of-office time.

Plus, for one low price you can get as many people in your office to participate as you can fit around a speakerphone.

Because the conference is live, you can ask the speakers questions' either on the phone or via e-mail.

With your registration, you also receive conference materials with additional practical information from Employer Resource Institute sent to you via e-mail shortly before the conference.


Why You Can Sign Up To Attend This Event with Confidence

As with all Employer Resource Institute products, you're completely protected. If for any reason you are unsatisfied with this Audio Conference, simply let us know and we will return your entire registration fee.




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