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Finding & Keeping Talented Employees

Finding & Keeping Talented Employees

Thursday, March 14, 2019 1:00pm to 3:00pm
No Fee

Training Topics: Human Resources

Description:

The labor market is changing! With California unemployment at an all-time low, 50% of businesses report hiring is their biggest challenge. Join human resource and organizational transformation expert, Chana Anderson for an interactive training on what it takes to find and keep employees in 2019. This workshop covers the new independent contractor case law and how it impacts your business, as well as key trends and essential tips to make you more successful at recruiting and retaining a talented workforce.

Chana Anderson is a HR leader with experience and expertise in leadership development, organizational effectiveness and change, executive coaching, employee and labor relations, and performance management. Her 20-year HR career spans a multitude of industries including banking, tourism, healthcare and non-profits. She excels in partnering with CEOs and entrepreneurs to execute their vision, and is passionate about creating strong HR foundations to ensure businesses are successful. She helps businesses to create staffing plans to meet business needs, recruit, hire and on-board employees. develop HR processes, and navigate employment laws.

Chana holds multiple certifications in the specialties of Executive Coaching, Human Resources, and Compensation (ACC, CCP, PHRca, SPHR and SHRM-SCP).  She holds a Certificate in Human Resource Management from University California San Diego, as well as a Bachelor’s degree in Organizational Design and a Master’s degree in Leadership. 

Scott Rogalski
(916) 479-9722
Placer Business Resource Center
1000 Sunset Blvd. Suite 105
Rocklin, CA
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