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Name: Erin Teter, SPHR
Title: Director, Human Resources
Company: Abila
Session title: High Impact Hiring To Sustain Your Mission
Session date/time:  Tuesday, October 22 – 9:30 AM
LinkedIn profile: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/erin-teter-sphr/3/762/175
Twitter: @EETeter

Profile: Erin Teter is Director of Human Resources at Abila (formerly Sage Nonprofit) and has over 10 years in human resources working in the staffing services and software industries. Her experience includes all aspects of the employee lifecycle including recruitment and on-boarding, performance management, training and development, benefits & HRIS administration. Prior to Sage, Erin worked at Hawkins Personnel Group as a staffing placement & onsite specialist at a Fortune 500 company, and was then a recruiter at IE Discovery, Inc. Erin is a graduate of Texas Lutheran University and holds a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) certificate. She is an active member of the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) and Williamson County Human Resource Management Association.

Erin will present on hiring practices. Effective hiring is systematic, comprehensive and performance-focused. It is an investment not a cost. Studies show that organizations with effective hiring systems rank higher in financial performance, productivity, quality, employee satisfaction and retention. The prospect of hiring should be viewed not as a task, but as an opportunity to bring fresh, new ideas and energy to your mission.

In this session you will learn how to:

  • Identify the current trends impacting today’s talent landscape
  • Debunk the myth of “hidden talent”
  • Apply simple, practical techniques to stand out in the crowd; creating “ Total Experience” for potential candidates
  • Leverage low cost tools that inside recruiters use to find, attract and hire.

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