Hiring & Retention Based on a Culture of Competency & Injury Prevention

Hiring & Retention Based on a Culture of Competency & Injury Prevention

SHRM 2013 Annual Conference
Workplace Application: This session will show you how to build a culture that values safety and injury prevention, and defines both as core components of their hiring and retention strategy.
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It's not enough to just hire the right candidate; we must evaluate the job demands and develop core competencies with specific training milestones that help employees become successful. Managers must select, train and retain employees who are competent, productive and injury free. We will identify and define the root cause of why employees join your organization, get injured, leave and litigate. This session will provide a blueprint of how this core competency can be incorporated into every aspect of the hiring and retention cycle. You will learn how to evaluate employee competency, set realistic job demands, correct vague job descriptions, create a competency matrix based on realistic job expectations – and educate your management team to hire and retain based on core job competency.

Date(s) & Time(s): 
Monday, June 17, 2013 - 4:00pm to 5:15pm
Presenter: 

Margaret P. Spence

Margaret P.
Spence

Margaret Spence is the founder of The Employee to CEO Project and CEO of C. Douglas & Associates. Inc. It is her mission to champion the advancement of women into executive leadership. Her new book, Leadership Self-Transformation ask women two simple questions, what do you want from your career and why don’t you have it now? It’s her feeling that you cannot get the corner office until you get clear about what you want and why you want it.  Margaret is a keynote speaker, leadership development coach, corporate consultant, and the author of three books. Learn more about Margaret at her website: www.MargaretSpence.com

 

 

Location: 
E351
Amount of Credit: 
1.25
Credit Type: 
HR Credit
Session Type: 
Concurrent Session
Competency: 
Critical Evaluation
Intended Audience: 
Mid-Level
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