Recorded Webinar: Understanding the Employer and Candidate Connection

Posted by Mary Madden on April 18 2016

Recorded: 2015
Duration:
56 minutes
Cost:
Free
Presenters:
Jessica Holden, BALANCEtrak Product Specialist, Berkshire Associates, and Tim Hudec, Screening & Verification Manager, Justifacts

This presentation, “Spring is in the Air! Employer and Candidate Love is Everywhere,” has valuable recruitment tips suitable for anytime of the year. HR experts share their insights on attracting the right, best-fit job candidates, how to create an authentic employer brand, tips on writing the best job descriptions and how to use references to ensure the right match. 

Recorded Webinar: Pay Secrecy and Pay Transparency: OFCCP’s New Rules in 2016

Posted by Coriana Spencer, HR Industry Writer and Blogger on April 18 2016

Recorded: 2016
Duration:
60 minutes
Cost:
Free
Presenter: Lynn Clements, Director of Regulatory Affairs, and Cindy Karrow, Senior HR Consultant

Check out Berkshire’s recorded webinar, “The End of Pay Secrecy: Complying with OFCCP’s Pay Transparency Rule in 2016,” to get a detailed overview of the agency’s new rule along with insights on what contractors should be doing now to prepare for the changes. The presentation covers actions contractors can take to remain in compliance, details of the new policies, exceptions to the rule and suggested best practices.

Recorded Webinar: One Year Later—How OFCCP is Enforcing the New 503 and VEVRAA Regulations

Posted by Coriana Spencer, HR Industry Writer and Blogger on April 20 2015

Recorded: 2015
Duration:
63 minutes
Cost:
Free
Presenter: Lynn Clements, Director of Regulatory Affairs

On September 24, 2013, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) published a Final Rule in the Federal Register, making changes to the regulations of Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act and the Vietnam Era Veterans’ Readjustment Assistance Act (VEVRAA). The new regulations went into effect March 24, 2014 and the highlights of the regulations included:

Recorded Webinar: How to Protect Your Organization from Common Résumé Lies

Posted by Coriana Spencer, HR Industry Writer and Blogger on March 31 2015

Recorded: 2015
Duration:
54 minutes
Cost:
Free
Presenters:  Jessica Holden, BALANCEtrak Product Specialist, Berkshire Associates, and Tim Hudec, Screening & Verification Manager, Justifacts

According to Business Insider, recruiters take an average of six seconds to scan a résumé and determine if a candidate will receive the anticipated phone call for an interview. Aware of this statistic, the anxious job seeker is completing an application, and feeling the pressure to ensure in those six seconds their introduction to the recruiter will give them the interview they so badly desire. As they put their best foot forward, making sure to highlight their most relevant job requirements and skills, they are faced with a decision—to stretch the truth and increase their chances of moving along in the hiring process, or do their best to exemplify a qualified candidate with honesty, integrity, and accuracy. Unfortunately, many candidates make the wrong choice. They lie on their résumé, are hired for a position, and in the long run cause great stress, financial loss, and reputation damage to the organization.