Register for a Free Webinar on What OFCCP Thinks of Your Recruitment Strategies on April 10

Posted by January Mallory on March 19 2018

Duration: 60 minutes
Cost:  Free
Recorded: April 2018
Presenter: Misty Glorioso, PHR, SHRM-CP

Listen to this enlightening webinar with Berkshire's Affirmative Action Consultant, Misty Glorioso, as she discusses the impact of common recruitment strategies on a company’s federal contracting compliance on April 10. This webinar hosted by JOBfindah will give attendees insight on what OFCCP is expecting when it comes to compliant recruitment practices, as well as receive instruction on defining an Internet applicant, minimizing recordkeeping, and the importance of dispositioning candidates.

View the 2017 ILG National Conference Recap Webinar

Posted by Mary Madden on July 28 2017

“Strategy, Access, and Leadership in San Antonio” (SALSA) was the theme for the 2017 ILG National Conference. On August 16, Berkshire’s expert and Vice President of Client Services, Cheryl Boyer, recapped the best “SALSA” moments from the conference in the ILG National Conference Recap Webinar. Register today, and hear Cheryl’s analyses and lessons-learned from sessions, keynote presentations, and other conference activities.

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Register for Webinar on Strategically Sourcing Applicants in Today’s World

Posted by January Mallory on July 26 2017

Date: August 17, 2017

Time: 3:00 p.m. to 4:15 p.m. EST

Register today to learn how to create effective recruitment strategies. In this webinar hosted by Clear Law Institute on August 17 at 3:00 p.m., participants will learn how to define an Internet Applicant, minimize recordkeeping, and the importance of dispositioning candidates with minimal legal risk. It’s a candidate’s market, so you need the right tools to get the hire you desire for your company in this informative Clear Law Institute webinar.

FREE HR Compliance Webinar on New EEO-1 Report and New Paid Sick Leave Requirements

Posted by Carla Pittman, Senior Manager, Berkshire Associates on October 31 2016

Recorded: November  2016
Duration:
60  minutes
Cost:
Free 
Credits: SHRM: 1      HRCI: 1
Presenter: Lynn Clements, Director of Regulatory Affairs
 
Please be advised that the EEO-1 webinar is no longer available. We are in the process of updating its contents. In August 2017,  the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, a division of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), announced the suspension of Component 2 of the revised EEO-1 Report. You can read more details here.  

You can still view the Paid Sick Leave webinar. Berkshire’s Director of Regulatory Affairs, Lynn Clements, reviews the new rules for paid sick leave, and how they impact your organization on a practical level. View Recorded Webinars!

Experts Break Down the National ILG Conference in this Free Recorded Webinar

Posted by Mary Madden on August 8 2016

Recorded: August, 2016
Duration:
59 minutes
Cost:
Free
Presenter: Lynn Clements, Director of Regulatory Affairs

Whether you attended the 2016 ILG National Conference in Charlotte, NC from August 2-5 or not, Berkshire’s recorded post-event wrap-up webinar will bring you the expert insights you need. Lynn Clements, Director of Regulatory Affairs, recapped the most important take-aways from the ILG National Conference for federal contractors. She discussed the following topics:

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: 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.