Hiring is difficult. Can you effectively use social media to recruit new talent in a world where people, including previous employees, can say anything they want about your company online?
Join us for an important conversation about:
- Responding to negative comments and diffusing difficult situations online
- Presenting yourself and your company professionally on social media platforms
- Vetting staff and making the most informed decisions when hiring
Social Media is here to stay, make it work for you!
Join us on Tuesday, September 13 as Judy Sailer, HR Education and Events Manager at Primepoint HRMS & Payroll, guides us through best practices on hiring and social media. This meeting will include an open Q&A
Unable to attend our meeting live? No worries!
Still register and we will send you the recording afterwards.
By joining our Human Resource Council, you get to connect with professionals from many different business backgrounds who share an interest in staying informed and engaged on emerging issues that create opportunities for business success. All of our councils are open to members and future members.
Judy Sailer is a highly regarded professional in HR staff training and academic education. She is well-versed in all aspects of management and leadership; her passion is staff and volunteer education and development. She holds a Masters Degree in Management & Organizational Leadership from Springfield College, is trained as a Lean Six Sigma, received her Human Resources Cert from Rutgers University, and is a certified PHR and SHRM CP. Her thesis on the Differential Impacts of Training for Employees on Staff Retention and Customer Satisfaction is a model for the development and coaching of part-time or seasonal staff using scheduling, time management and data analysis.
Judy is the HR Education & Events Manager for Primepoint HRMS & Payroll as well as an adjunct faculty member for Rider University. She has presented for NJBIA, CCSNJ, GFOA, the Institute for Professional Development, Tri-State SHRM, and Garden State SHRM Annual Conference and has been featured in Forbes magazine and Jersey Matters.