BT Webinar Credit Unions - May 2021

How Credit Unions Can Simplify HR Using Their ATS

May 18, 2 p.m. EST

 
We know that many credit unions are small to medium-sized businesses with a focus on member development and retention, and often one HR person or a small department wears many hats. Yet your ability to serve your credit union members is directly linked to your ability to source great hires in an efficient manner. How can you make great hires while keeping all your other tasks – payroll, health care enrollment, onboarding – going? Without hiring, all functions stop, but hiring can take up the lion’s share of your time.

Berkshire’s experts will sit down with credit union leaders on May 18 to discuss how to make your hiring process easier. We’ll show you 5 ways to use an applicant tracking system to simplify what you’re doing now while still attracting and engaging with those top candidates that you want to hire.

In our 45-minute presentation, we’ll discuss 5 ways that businesses like yours have used applicant tracking technology to make their hiring processes simpler and more effective. Your credit union will be able to leverage this knowledge provided by Berkshire experts to enhance your hiring success - starting today:

  1. Use automation to keep candidates engaged throughout the hiring process – without wasting your time.
  2. Store candidate communication in one place, without having to scour your inbox for his or her availability, resume, or references.
  3. Filter out unqualified candidates quickly using pre-screening questions.
  4. Involve leaders needed in the hiring process seamlessly to keep everyone informed without giant email chains.
  5. Send postings to multiple job boards automatically to cast the widest possible net – no more multiple log-ins to every job board.
Register today for this important session and get ready to make your hiring process more efficient.

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staff spotlight Lou AnnAbout Lou Ann Helminiak

Lou Ann is the Corporate Strategy Manager for Berkshire and has served in many leadership roles since joining the company in 1997. She specializes in strategic initiatives, project management, and product development, and is frequently relied upon to drive new efforts to their successful completion. 

Currently, Lou Ann is focused on the evolution of balanceTRAK, an Applicant Tracking System developed by Berkshire for small and mid-sized companies. She leads the strategic plan development and execution along with overall product strategic direction.

Lou Ann has a Bachelor’s Degree and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Loyola University.

 

staff spotlight Karl

About Karl Hester

Karl Hester is the Director of IT & Product Development for Berkshire. Karl has been with Berkshire since 1998, and has been involved with and managed all aspects of Berkshire's products throughout his tenure, including software development, system implementation, application deployment, and client support. In addition to managing Berkshire’s product line, Karl has worked extensively with clients to design and develop custom SaaS solutions to extend the needs of Berkshire’s core offerings. As IT Director, Karl is also responsible for the day to day management of the IT infrastructure for both the corporate network and for Berkshire's SaaS based offerings.

Karl has a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science and a Master’s Degree in Applied Information Technology from Towson University. He has experience in architecting and developing solutions for a variety of platforms.

 

 



BERK_logo_stacked_CMYKAbout Berkshire

Berkshire is a human resources consulting and technology firm that specializes in helping companies build their ideal, balanced workforce. As an industry leader, we specialize in applicant management, compensation management, affirmative action, workforce planning, diversity, and professional training. With nearly 40 years of experience in the industry, Berkshire is among the most trusted names in the business.                               .