Title: Red Flags in the Hiring Process
Speaker: Brook Parker, COO and President, JungleSource.com
Date: Tuesday, July 24, 2012
Time: 10:10 AM - 11:10 AM PT
Do you wear multiple hats in your current position, including being responsible for hiring, but barely have time to breath? If so, you don't want to miss this presentation. Red Flags in the Hiring Process was developed to assist those with hiring responsibilities within an organization that have multiple responsibilities and lack the formal training on how to develop an enhanced hiring program. This presentation will provide you an overview of the hiring process and will discuss the various elements of an enhanced hiring program, as well as the importance of such a program.
During this presentation, participants will take home some effective real life tools that can be added to your hiring program overnight, resulting in a positive impact on your organization. We know everyone is busy these days trying to do more with less, so why not learn some tools that can make life easier while protecting your company and you future.
Attend this session and:
- Obtain effective tools that you can easily add to your hiring program, today.
- Gain a risk management perspective of the hiring process.
- Learn how an enhanced hiring program can help protect your job and your company.
About Brook Parker
Brook Parker, a graduate of San Jose State University of California, oversees the daily operations for Jungle Source, a background screening and drug testing firm. Besides his current position, Brook also has extensive experience in employer related state and federal compliance and regulations, including environmental issues, Workers’ Compensation, Health and Safety Programs and hiring programs. He is also conversant in legislative issues and understands how to explain regulatory requirements in layman’s terms. In addition, Brook has over 15 years of experience in customer service, which he believes can help push your company to the level. In his free time, Brook enjoys spending time with his family, playing golf and tinkering with his 1966 convertible mustang.