HireNext: Your GPS to Modern Hiring Practices

Webinar Recording (1.0 CPD Hour) | Original Broadcast Date: May 26, 2020

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Our workforce is changing. It’s time our hiring practices changed too.

Have you experienced challenges filling entry-level roles? Missing out on diverse young talent? Losing new hires too quickly? Even if you’re not hiring right now, it’s a good time to refresh your HR practices.

Linda Weichel, VP, CivicAction and Griffith Dias, Recruiter–Early Talent Acquisition, Royal Bank of Canada will speak about how hiring young, diverse talent can give your organization a competitive edge, share practical ways to create a more youth-inclusive destination, and highlight free tools and cost-effective ways to get the best results from this under-tapped talent pipeline.

In this webinar, you will learn to:
  • Learn about the benefits of youth-inclusive hiring and an HR approach that embraces a more diverse workforce
  • Get a crash course on CivicAction’s set of free HireNext tools and resources designed to help you better attract, select, onboard, and retain young, diverse talent
  • Hear Griffith Dias, Recruiter–Early Talent Acquisition at Royal Bank of Canada share his insights on RBC’s sourcing and recruitment methods for hiring diverse youth - and the benefits they are seeing

Who should attend: 

This webinar is ideal for hiring and HR professionals interested in learning how to update their entry-level hiring, onboarding, and retention practices to attract young and diverse talent.

Linda Weichel
Linda Weichel

Meet your instructor

Linda Weichel is VP, Initiatives at CivicAction. For the past decade she’s drawn on her business and communications leadership as she drives action across sectors to boost civic engagement and build better cities. Linda is supporting employers in more effective, inclusive entry-level hiring practices with CivicAction’s HireNext after wrapping up the three-year MindsMatter/SoutienBienÊtre workplace mental health program. That initiative saw 1525 organizations take the free first-of-its-kind MindsMatter assessment that now have the actions they need to benefit the mental health of as many as 3.1 million employees across Canada and beyond.

Course Curriculum

HireNext: Your GPS to Modern Hiring Practices

What's included?

1 Video
1 Survey