CCHRA

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The Central Coast Human Resource Association (CCHRA) is a local, nonprofit organization serving California’s central coast HR professionals with members throughout Monterey County and surrounding communities. CCHRA brings HR professionals together to help them stay abreast of ever-changing employment legislation, network with colleagues, and provide a forum for exchanging information about the most up-to-date trends and ideas used in HR management today. 


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Date/TimeTitleLocation
Thu Sep 11 2014
11:00 am to 1:00 pm
Hiring Employees - an Eleven Step Template    -    Register Now!Corral de Tierra Country Club
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HIRING EMPLOYEES – AN ELEVEN STEP TEMPLATE

 

Join us at Corral de Tierra for our next meeting on Thursday, September 11


Its 2014, and many businesses are just now pulling out of the great recession of 2008.  Good news, indeed – business are growing and employers are hiring!

However, employers who cut back on hiring in recent years may be surprised to learn that many of the legal requirements relating to hiring have changed in the last six years.  Understanding these requirements can help avoid legal liability, while also paying dividends by avoiding “bad hire” decisions which can erode staff morale. 

To help address these challenges, this workshop will provide an Eleven Step Template for lawfully completing the hiring process.  The workshop will focus on the initial decision to hire and will progress through the process of job advertisements, job applications and job interviews.  The program concludes with a discussion of background checks and onboarding.

The Eleven Step Template for hiring employees is a hands-on, interactive workshop, including several video segments showing typical managers making typical mistakes in the hiring process.   Workshop participants will work together to identify those mistakes, and brainstorm better approaches and solutions.

The Eleven Step Template has been developed for actual day-to day application by Human Resource Professionals as they work through the hiring process.

The workshop has been prepared by and will be presented by Bruce J. Sarchet, an attorney with the law firm of Littler Mendelson, the largest labor and employment law firm in the world.  Bruce has spent his entire legal career representing private and public sector employers in employment and labor law matters.


 

Come hear our educational speakers at Corral de Tierra Country Club in Salinas.  And don’t forget to pre-register…the cost, which includes lunch and the program, is only $25 for CCHRA members ($40 for non-members) when you pre-register by the Thursday before the program.

To qualify for the pre-registration rate, PayPal payment must be received by the Thursday before the program.  If paying by check, the envelope must be postmarked by the Thursday before the meeting.

 

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CCHRA's Diversity and Inclusion Mission Statement:  To enrich CCHRA's education and networking activities by encouraging the full participation of human resource professionals who represent the diversity of our community.  Through mindful acceptance and incorporation of difference, we collectively benefit and strengthen our organization.


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Central Coast Human Resource Association
P.O. Box 1923
Seaside, CA 93955
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