Turn on the Searchlight with EnterpriseCorp:
Secrets Revealed for Finding and Keeping the Right Employees!
Louisville, KY, May, 2012–Everyone wants to hire the best and the brightest employees, but why is it that some are more successful than others in making this happen? The process seems so simple, yet even the best interviewing candidates can turn into a nightmare once they’re hired at work.
Oftentimes the challenge is in the process itself, but leaders need to unlock the keys to selecting the right people – and with a little practice, success will be achieved!
This GLI EnterpriseCorp session will reveal the best practices organizations can take to recruit, hire ad keep the best employees who offer greater productivity and long term performance.
Join presenter Amy Letke on May 10, 2012, for breakfast and to learn the best practices organizations can take to recruit, hire and retain the best employees who offer greater productivity and long term performance.
Letke has twenty years of progressive experience in human resources management and senior leadership in various industries. Prior to starting Integrity HR, Inc., she led the HR Consulting Practice for Thompson Associates, the largest employee benefits agency in Louisville. Letke has also held the post of Vice President of Human Resources for a large, Chicago-based software development firm and held other positions in consulting and Human Resource management with several Fortune 500 companies.
She is a member of NAWBO, the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM), is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) by the Human Resources Certification Institute, a certified DiSC instructor/trainer, and earned a Bachelor’s degree from DePauw University and Master of Business Administration degree from St. Ambrose University. She is also the co-founder of HRReview, LLC.
For full details on the event and to register click here.
Clients and friends of Integrity HR, call 877-753-0970 for information on a special price.
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