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  • Tackling Your First Employee Relations Investigation

    Curated By: Amber Turner, Limitless Consulting  Investigating confrontations between employees can become a challenging and scary territory to tread for new human resources professionals. What should I say? Who should I believe? Should I even write this down? HR leaders...

    • Beginner

    Are you ready to expand your team or backfill an open position? Whether you’re an experienced manager or this is your first time hiring someone, this can be a stressful activity. We’re all busy enough, and finding a new team...

    • Advanced
  • Inclusion by Design: Equal Pay Day Conference

    April 2nd is Equal Pay Day. Why? April 2nd symbolizes how far into the year women must work to earn what men earned in the previous year. We want to work together to change this story. Our ultimate goal: make...

  • Attracting the Right Fit

    Wouldn't it be perfect if your job postings always attracted the right fit? If the ideal candidate was the first to apply and your work was done after just one day of your ad being active? What if there was...

    • Intermediate
  • How to Design Your Job Posting for the Ideal Candidate

    HELP WANTED! NOW HIRING! I WANT YOU! The days are long gone when job posts were very transparent and clear about who and what they wanted. Job ads are much more complicated now and your ideal candidate is sifting through...

    • Advanced
  • From Onboarding to Integration

    Was the information shared what I expected? Was it what I needed? Am I missing anything? Am I ready to begin? Am I clear on my roles and responsibilities? These are just a few questions new hires have when beginning...

    • Advanced
  • You're Hiring! Strategies to Find The Best Candidate

    With the right tools, you can become a job post design genius. All you need to know are a few tricks of the trade and be prepared to present your organization strategically and candidly. Advertising for open positions is a...

    • Beginner
  • Developing an Engaging Onboarding Program

    Let's be honest: starting a new job is scary, and meeting a new employee can be just as intimidating. On both sides, neither person is sure what they are getting into and each of them is paying attention to every...

    • Intermediate
  • The Building Blocks of Onboarding Success

    One of the most important ways that organizations can ensure the success of their staff is through the strategic use of onboarding, the process of helping new hires adjust to their new jobs quickly and smoothly. According to the Society...

    • Beginner
  • Attention! These Resources Are Human

    HR departments have changed a lot over recent decades. Previously they were known to serve two primary roles: hiring and firing. Slowly people are starting to realize the potential and power HR departments have within an organization. These changes create...

    • Intermediate
  • Diversify: Overcome Unconscious Bias

    We all have prejudices we're not aware of; the key is to acknowledge their existence and make decisions in spite of those biases. In this path, Dr. Stefanie K. Johnson helps us understand what unconscious bias is and strategies we...

    • Beginner
  • The Secrets to Hiring Great Employees

    Hiring the wrong employee is a mistake that can cost your organization thousands of dollars in wasted productivity and salary costs. But how do you get it right? Here, experts share some of their tips, tricks, and secrets to success.

    • Intermediate
  • How to Build a Winning Team

    Building a team is tough enough - but building a winning team that stays engaged and focused, champions one another, and communicates openly - even tougher. Discover what it means to build a team that wins and learn how to...

    • Intermediate
  • Appraising Your Staff's Performance

    The opportunity to appraise staff performance opens doors to improvement in workplace communication, employee engagement, and organizational goal alignment. In many workplaces, the performance management process culminates with an annual performance appraisal - or review - a potentially stressful engagement...

    • Duration 2.8h
    • Beginner
  • The Truth About a Career in HR

    Want to pursue a career in Human Resources? There are many different aspects to consider; this path walks you through several of them, including the role of HR professionals and HR information systems.

    • Duration 1h
    • Beginner
  • Create a Culture that Makes Employees Want to Stay

    Every organization wants the same thing: to have the kind of workplace culture that makes employees want to stick around. Unfortunately, developing this kind of culture is easier said than done. The resources in this path will help leaders understand...

    • Duration 3.0h
    • Intermediate
  • How to Conduct an Effective Job Interview

    It can be as nerve-wracking to interview a job candidate as it is to be interviewed. These resources will help you navigate the interview process as an interviewer; topics covered include the general interview process, mistakes to avoid, and sample...

    • Beginner
  • Cultivating Diverse & Inclusive Workplaces

    Developing a diverse and inclusive organization and network is just smart business. Teams, organizations, and networks benefit and grow from the unique experience of each member. This learning path explores why diversity in the workplace is so important and how...

    • Intermediate
  • Surviving the Performance Review Process: A Guide for Managers

    Performance reviews don't have to be frightening. These resources can help you as you embark on the performance evaluation process with your employees. This path includes resources that provide an overview of the performance management process, help you identify and...

    • Beginner