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WHY YOU SHOULD TAKE THIS COURSE:
As a start up, it’s critical that you make every hire count. Headcount will likely be your companies biggest expense and if done poorly can be one of your biggest challenges. Join us to learn how to hire the best people now that will help you grow your company and carry your culture.
IN THIS COURSE, YOU WILL LEARN:
The importance of defining your company’s values and culture
Determining a timeline for roles you need filled today and what you’ll need in the future
Where to find the right people
How to build an internal hiring process
40 minutes of virtual course instruction
20 minutes of live Q&A with Andrea
Access to the live replay in the iFundWomen Workshop Library
Learn why company culture is important; then learn how to set your company's mission, guidelines, and culture to define the type of hires you're looking for as you build your business.
Learn what roles you need to fill in the early stages of your company and how to expand when your company grows.
Resources to help you write and structure a job description.
Learn how to create a selection process that will produce the best hire.
Learn where to find the right people for your industry, budget, and experience level.
Learn how hiring can be used to help further your company's brand.
Andrea Hough, Head of Talent Management at Fidelity has had more than 25 years of hands-on experience in the talent space. Before joining Fidelity as Head of Talent, Andrea's previous roles included Vice President of Talent Acquisition for TD Bank, Vice President of Talent Acquisition and Management for ServiceMaster, and Senior Vice President and Recruiting Manager for Wachovia, a Wells Fargo company.
Andrea is committed to building exceptional teams no matter where she goes – unprecedented candidate and client experience go hand in hand. Delivering results that are quality, timely, and cost-effective, her focuses lie within strategy development, partnership building, and leading a continuous improvement model.
A graduate of Western University, Andrea also serves as an adjunct professor at Cornell University, as well as an active advocate for diversity within the workplace.