- Wednesday February 20, 2013
- 7:30am - 9:00am
- Keiser University Auditorium - 6151 Lake Osprey Drive
- Group Hosting:
- Lakewood Ranch Business Alliance
- Robin Parsons
- Contact Phone:
- Contact Email:
- Ticket Price:
- $15 for LWRBA Members / $25 for Non-Members
"Hiring Right “ Presented By: Tracy O'Neill, SPHR Tracy O'Neill, SPHR, is the Chief Administrative Officer for Kerkering, Barberio & Co. Tracy has worked in the field of human resources for over twenty years. Early in her career, she worked extensively in the manufacturing sector as an HR generalist gaining broad experience in the areas of recruitment, benefits, salary and compensation and employment policies. Since joining Kerkering Barberio in 2000, Tracy has continued her focus on human resources, but has also developed a comprehensive knowledge of the public accounting industry and splits her time across a variety of business functions. She is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management and the Sarasota-Manatee Human Resources Association. We will cover: •Finding Candidates - Where are all the good candidates? •Interviewing – How are those questions working for you? •Due Diligence – How much do you need or want to know? •On-boarding – The new hire’s first day, now what? •Retention – How do we make this last? $15 for LWRBA Members / $25 for Non-Members Sponsored By: Keiser University
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