A to Z of Human Resources: Talent Management
The Minnesota Council of Nonprofits is hosting “A to Z of Human Resources: Talent Management”:
“Small and medium-sized nonprofits typically don’t have the resources to create a human resources department with an experienced HR professional. The job of HR may be done by the executive director, the chief financial officer, a manager or administrative staff – wherever there is a little capacity or a little interest. If this is you, we know the A to Z of Human Resources series can help!
MCN invites you to join veteran HR expert Arlene Vernon for one, two or all three workshops in this virtual series (register for all three and save), as she helps those new to HR — or those who’ve just had the work added to their plate — do the right things, comply with the laws, and adhere to best practices.
Part 3 – Best Practices: Talent Management
- Hiring practices
- Orientation and onboarding
- Performance management
- HR administration and personnel files
- Employee handbooks
- Corrective action and termination
- What to outsource and what to DIY”