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GPLD154 - HR Essentials: Employee Recruitment & Selection

This workshop is part of the GradProSkills JMSB Business School Essentials series. It is an introductory workshop intended for students with no prior human resources knowledge. Content is relevant to students from any discipline who are seeking a basic understanding of recruitment and selection for their career.

Organisations need to ensure to hire the right employees for a given position in order to avoid costly turnover, training and loss of skill. This introductory course will take students through the steps of job analysis, selection and recruitment . Ethics and discrimination will also be briefly explored to be aware of biases present during selection.

***NOTE: This workshop covers recruitment and selection from the perspective of the employer, not the job seeker. Students seeking a workshop on job search and interview preparation should browse our selection of "career building" workshops.***

Learning Objectives

In this workshop students will:

1. Discuss the recruitment process
2. Become familiar with the selection criteria
3. Familiarize themselves with the ethical implications and biases

Leaders Information

This workshop is led by Professor Nora Baronian. Professor Baronian teaches Human Resources Management and Workplace Planning and Staffing at the JMSB. She has over 20 years of experience in training and ethics & compliance in corporate working in various domains including pharmaceuticals, consulting and aerospace. She was recently in charge of ethics and compliance globally for Bombardier Inc. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry and a Master of Business Administration from Concordia University. She also is a Certified Ethics and Compliance Professional (CCEP).

This workshop is not scheduled at this time.
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