HALF-A-DAYS

TRAINING FOR WEST ALABAMA'S BUSIEST PROFESSIONALS

If you hesitate, you’re too late… to find REAL talent!

Workshop Overview

This workshop provides an overview of recruitment, staffing and interviewing in today’s modern organizations. Participants will learn sourcing channels for identifying talent needs, the process of employee and job matching and related laws and regulations. Additionally, there is an intense focus on the interview process, the do’s and don’ts of interviewing, requesting background checks and references and developing a job offer letter. 

Available Dates:

October 17, 2018, JamisonMoneyFarmer PC Training Room, 1:00pm - 4:30pm

 

Workshop Outline

Title Overview
Day 1
  • Recruitment, Staffing and Interviewing Skills for Today’s Modern Organizations

  • Sourcing Channels for Identifying Talent Needs

  • Employee Job-Matching Processes

  • Laws and Regulations

  • The Interview Process

  • Background and Reference Checks

  • Developing the Job Offer Letter

Workshop Leads


Larry Baldwin

Larry Baldwin


Larry Baldwin is an experienced executive with an extensive background in human resources, enterprise risk, sales and general management. He is a Senior Human Resources Professional (SPHR) through the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM). He holds a B.S. in Industrial Relations as well as a MBA in General Management from the University of South Alabama. Presently, he serves as Director of the Alabama Human Resources Institute for the Culverhouse College of Commerce at The University of Alabama, as well as a Clinical Instructor for HR Management courses. His executive career credentials include first-hand work experience with manufacturing, maritime and marine shipping, wireless telecommunications, healthcare and non-profit organizations. Mr. Baldwin also maintains a small management services firm that offers human resources, business and career consulting services to clients. Mr. Baldwin has several years' first-hand experience as an Adjunct Professor at Samford University, University of Alabama-Birmingham and the University of South Alabama. He previously served as a Volunteer Arbitrator for the Better Business Bureau. Larry is a Service-Connected Disabled Veteran having served in the U.S. Air Force during the Vietnam War Era. He also served as the Campus Veteran's Representative for the University of South Alabama upon his discharge and has worked individually as well as collectively with Veterans and Veteran groups in the area of career development.

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