An exciting month of events is coming up at HRSG!

November 28, 2017 Caitlin Leishman

December is a busy month for HRSG, with a number of exciting events coming up. We’re hosting webinars with other organizations and clients on topics such as using data in talent acquisition, and culture fit. We’re also featuring the second edition of Competency Corner Live, where our experts can answer your questions in real time. Read on for more details about what’s coming up:


Ascendify Webinar: Using Data Superpowers to Intelligently Attract and Select Your Talent

Date: Dec. 5, 2017 at 12-1PM EST

Join HRSG, ESR and Ascendify for a 45-minute webinar on how data and advanced tools can help organizations be smarter all over in their talent acquisition programs. You'll hear from experts in competencies, background screening and intelligent people management on their experiences deploying data-powered solutions that make the talent attraction and selection processes work beautifully. You'll have time to ask your own questions of our panel as well. Register here.

Webinar: Hiring Great People: Stories from the Experts

Date: Dec. 7, 2017 at 2-3PM EST

Have you wondered why there's so much buzz around hiring for the right Culture Fit? If hiring people is easy, then why do so many companies have trouble finding great people? Get the tools and skills you need to identify your next great candidate! Join us for a free webinar panel session looking at the link between hiring, competencies and culture fit. Listen to success stories from some of HRSG’s clients, and hear from our experts about why culture fit is so important in the workplace. Ask questions about how you can improve your hiring process, and hear tips and techniques you can use to hire better employees. From HRSG, the panel will feature Lorraine McKay, CMO and Co-founder, and Nicholas Bremner, Director of Research and Analytics. Our guest speakers will include Alex Andrews, Manager of Organizational Development from Rocky Mountain Equipment Co-op, and Lauren Dickler, Certification Coordinator from Peer Support Accreditation and Certification Canada. Register here.

Competency Corner Live!

Date: Dec. 14, 2017 at 3PM EST (12PM PST)

Join HRSG’s competency experts for a live, monthly, Q&A session to find out how you can boost employee engagement, productivity and create better alignment between employee skills and business goals through a competency-based approach to managing people. This edition will be live on our Facebook and will feature Andrea Butler, our Director of Competency Based Management Solutions, Research.  Just like last time, you will be able to submit your questions about competencies, employee engagement, and talent management to Andrea and have it answered live! Tweet us using the hashtag #HRSGLive and Andrea will answer them live on Facebook. Follow our Facebook page here

That sums up our events for December! Don’t forget to check out events page regularly to stay up-to-date on the goings on at HRSG. We’re looking forward to bringing you even more informative webinars, Q&A sessions, and more in 2018. 

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