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Friday, April 7 • 8:30am - 9:30am
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Great workplace culture doesn't happen by accident. Studies show that 80% of educational agencies do either a poor or mediocre job of acclimating new employees. The monetary price tag - is only part of the cost you pay for a poor hire. Failed hires hurt morale. They increase workload. They create stress. And repeatedly losing new hires makes your management team appear incompetent. This session will teach you how to teach agency culture to new employees. The most critical element of onboarding.

At the end of this session the participant will be able to:
  • Learn a step by step onboarding process covering the first 90 days of employment.
  • Understand why onboarding can't be accomplished by the hiring specialist alone.
Intended audience: HR

Speakers
avatar for Bonnie Clark

Bonnie Clark

Human Resources Specialist, Head Start of Lane County
Bonnie Clark comes to you as a Human Resource Specialist. During her time at Head Start of Lane County, she has been privileged to add Recruitment as one of her main focuses during the high demand in the education field. | | Ms. Clark has been in the HR field for nearly 5 years. Prior to Head Start, she started practicing HR and Payroll in Construction/Concrete as an HR Admin. This is where the love of HR began and she can confidently... Read More →
avatar for Irina Grigorian

Irina Grigorian

Head Start Assistant Regional Manager, Head Start of Lane County
Irina has worked with Lane County Head Start for 15 years, serving as Family Advocate and currently holding the position of Regional Manager. As a multilingual employee having lived in Russia, Armenia and the United States, Irina uses this background to craft language that communicates agency expectations for diverse personnel. Her latest work involved collaborating with a team to create the employee handbook used by Head Start of Lane County... Read More →
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Tim Rochholz

Human Resources Director, Head Start of Lane County
Tim Rochholz is completing his second year as Director of Human Resources for Head Start of Lane County.  Tim previously served as a Executive Board Member of Head Start of Lane County during his previous 34 year career in K – 12 education. He also served as the President of Oregon School Personnel Association. | Tim started his career as a middle school Teacher and then worked as an Athletic Director, elementary and middle school... Read More →


Friday April 7, 2017 8:30am - 9:30am
High Desert

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