HR 101 - Recruit, Hire & Onboard Charter School Employees
Finding and hiring the right people is often a challenge for charter schools. During our time together during this HR 101 course, we will review the hiring cycle of charter schools, the importance of an accurate job description, sources for recruiting, compliance with both federal and California laws, screening and engaging candidates, interview styles, and strategies for selecting and offering a position to your top candidate.
At the conclusion of this course we look at how to onboard your new hire to promote long term employee commitment and engagement.
Duration: 55 minutes
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Describe the components and importance of an accurate job description
Understand what being an Equal Opportunity Employer means in terms of both federal and state laws.
Recognize the importance of a recruiting pipeline, and how to source candidates.
Identify best practices for screening and disqualifying applicants
Describe the difference between behavioral, structured, situational and hybrid interview techniques.
Have knowledge of what steps are necessary to identify your top candidate and develop an offer letter.
Understand the importance of a structured onboarding process to “set the stage” for a rewarding employer/employee relationship.
Karla M. Ksan
Director, Human Resources Partner
With more than 25 years of Human Resources experience, Karla Ksan has a broad range of expertise in employee relations, compliance, benefit(health and retirement) administration, performance management, training anddevelopment, recruiting, compensation and payroll administration. Karla has a Master's Degree in PublicAdministration from the University of Southern California, and has SPHR, PHRcaand SHRM-SCP designations from the Society for Human Resources Management andHR Certification Institute. Karla also has a SHRM California Employment Law Micro-Credential.