Overview: A critical piece to success and employee engagement is the process by which companies select and hire employees. And a common problem with an organization’s hiring process is that it is not seen as fair or objective. More importantly, a significant portion of people see the hiring process as less than honest and not adding value to the way people are on-boarded into the company. All of these factors impact trust and confidence of new and existing employees. Find out how your hiring efforts can impact your team and organization. Walk away with six sounds, yet rarely used, practices that will help you hire and keep the best! |
Learn more about: Hiring Impact The Approach Setting Up the Process Preparing for and Conducting the Interview Defining Success Predicting Success Making the Decision Making the Offer Legal Defensibility
This session will help you think through your options and need including: Targeted Recruitment Plan Assessment Centres Realistic Job Preview (RJP) Experience Check-list Pre-Screening Interview Personality Assessments Intellectual/Ability Testing Behavioural Based or Structured Interview Engagement Interview
Areas Covered in the Session: A framework for approaching selection and hiring from an employee engagement perspective Practical examples of what successful companies are doing in this area to drive engagement How selection and on-boarding affects both candidates and incumbent employees How selection and hiring interacts with the other drivers of employee engagement Common mistakes made by experienced interviewers How to stand out as an employer
Who Will Benefit: VPs of HR Directors of HR HR Managers Operations Managers
Brad Federman is an author, a speaker and a consultant with more than 22 years of corporate experience in various aspects of human resources including performance management and employee engagement, employee compensation, executive recruiting, change management and instructional design. His background also includes sales, marketing, product development and operations. Brad works with clients to create healthy organizations through employee and customer engagement, leadership, sales and customer service. He helps clients develop the best talent and reputation and provides them with the tools to help clients become the organization of choice for both employees and customers. In 2013, Brad’s performance improvement company, Performancepoint, LLC, merged with F&H Solutions Group to offer clients a strengthened portfolio of human resources consulting and performance improvement services and products.
As the founder of Performancepoint, LLC, Brad has worked as a leadership coach, a human resources trainer, an executive and an entrepreneur with organizations and their executive leadership in different industries. His leadership coaching clients have included household names such as Nordstrom, FedEx, Embassy Suites, Homewood Suites, Gemini Hospitality, Kaiser Permanente, Mayo Clinic, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Deloitte & Touche LLP, Hewitt and Associates, Gillette, Polo Ralph Lauren Corporation, Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., AT&T Wireless, Dow Chemical Company, Nextel, Genentech, Amgen, WellPoint Health Networks, Tyson Foods, Subaru of America, New York Life, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, and Gulf Bank.
Prior to founding Performancepoint, Brad was the executive vice president of Novations Group and has held leadership positions with Accenture and Humana Inc. He is a frequently requested featured speaker at conferences and business meetings worldwide. He is the author of Employee Engagement: A Roadmap for Creating Profits, Optimizing Performance, and Increasing Loyalty and a contributing author to 101 Ways to Enhance Your Career. He also has been interviewed for articles in numerous publications such as Fortune Small Business, Los Angeles Times and HR Magazine. Brad earned his bachelor of arts degree in communications from University of Maryland and a master of education degree in human resource development from Vanderbilt University.
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