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Virginia SBDC

Attracting, Retaining and Reskilling Talent

Sep
30
2021
Thu 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM
Online
Facilitated by Virginia SBDC
Topic: Business Accounting and Budget

FINDING AND KEEPING THE TALENT YOU NEED TO SUCCEED

‘Attract, Develop, and Retain Quality Employees’ is the mantra of successful CEOs and HR people across the US. Small business often has difficulty in each step of this process. This webinar will help you design an effective hiring process that is easy to use and results in better applicants and smarter selection tactics. Whether your area is dealing with low unemployment or you have not been able to find the right skills, it offers tips and tactics to succeed.

We will cover ways to enhance your current employees' knowledge and skills as well as to offer re-skilling to address new needs. Retention is a product of hiring the right people up front, then providing them with the coaching and development to succeed and grow. We will cover all of this plus some basic information for those considering allowing remote or hybrid work options. Along with other resources, a link to free “The Small Employers Guide to Effective Hiring” will be included.


A confirmation email with the Zoom login information will be sent after registration, please be on the lookout for it.

Speaker(s): Patricia A. Frame is an experienced Human Resources management consultant and speaker. She founded Strategies for Human Resources to help small employers achieve their goals and minimize risk through effective people management. Her clients describe her as an advisor, trusted, and empathetic. She also consults for the Alexandria Small Business Development Center. Patricia has been a guest speaker for a wide range of professional events at the national and local level. In 2017 she was selected as the Virginia Small Business Veteran of the Year. An Air Force veteran, she holds an MBA from Wharton.


Fee: No Cost



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