HR Training | Hiring Legally - Avoiding Lawsuits
Nov 12 2013
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Mountain View, CA 94040
Equal employment opportunity policies are only the first step in preventing hiring discrimination. It also takes an organization-wide awareness of and commitment to nondiscriminatory hiring practices.
You as a HR professional or hiring entity are in the best position to promote nondiscriminatory hiring. That’s why you need to understand the legal requirement and our hiring policies and procedures. With this knowledge you can handle all aspects of the hiring process fairly and appropriately.
This Workshop Will:
Identify requirements of fair employment laws
Follow the organization’s EEO policy
Evaluate job applicants based on job-related criteria
Conduct all phases of the hiring process to avoid discrimination
You will have a better understanding of:
Fair employment laws and company policy Writing and using job descriptions
Composing unbiased job advertisements
Conducting nondiscriminatory interviews Choosing appropriate pre-employment tests Checking and documenting references
About the Presenter:
Bridget Baggett is the founder of Career innovations, a referral based executive search firm, located in Charlotte, North Carolina. She has partnered up with various organizations and implemented effective strategies to attract, motivate, and retain top performers. She has been recognized as an engaging public speaker that has led various workshops from universities to non-profits organizations. Bridget continues to provide high level customized webinars and training sessions that tackle the most challenging HR and Job Seeker issues. She is an expert in her industry and continues to assist organizations grow their leaders and helps develop a stronger workplace culture. She is currently a member of Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), Charlotte Area Society For Human Resources Management (CASHRM), Human Capital Institute (HCI),and The Institute for Human Resources (IHR). She currently holds a dual masters degree MBA/MHA with a concentration in Human Resources.