Join us for HR Thursdays beginning in Fall 2019!  This is an exciting series of quick  lunch-n-learn  webinars lead by an exclusive cadre of regional and statewide HR professionals.  We will be tapping the robust talent that exists regionally to share best practices and provide technical assistance.

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Our next webinar in the tHuRsday series:

Onboarding New Hires to Maximize Their Success and Yours

featuring Terri Swanson from the Swanson Consulting & Associates, LLC

Thursday, January 9, 1-2pm

You’ve finally found the perfect candidate to hire! How you onboard them can make all the difference in how quickly they hit the ground running and increase the chances they will be with you for the long term. In this session Terri will discuss why making the time to onboard a new employee is critical to their success and offer you guidance, direction, insights and ideas to help you onboard well! Bring your questions!


Our Guest Speaker:

Terri Swanson, Human Resources Consultant, is proud to have served as Director of Human Resources at Witham Family Hotels for 8 years, and Director of Volunteer Services and Maine Coast Lifeline at Maine Coast Memorial Hospital for 10 years. She is a long-standing member of SHRM, serves as a board member for Northeastern Workforce Development Board, Maine Children’s Alliance and the Ellsworth Chamber of Commerce. Terri resides in Trenton, Maine with her husband, two children and four legged furry friend, Hazel Mae (dog). People are Terri’s passion, and she feels blessed to have spent her professional life working to inspire and grow her teammates and coworkers. She has extensive experience cultivating a healthy company culture and developing employee engagement and morale in the workplace. She places immense value on servant leadership and encourages education and building your people at every opportunity!

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Future Topics

  • Preparing for Successful Negotiations
  • Maintaining Organized and Compliant Files
  • Employee Development—Your Investment Matters