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  • I know this is a little late in the game, but I would do some digging. I would start with the job description and identify any gaps in the departmental requirements. I would also be armed with the qualified candidates that were rejected to find out why they were not a good fit. This could evolve into a very different conversation about the...

  • Nora, Thanks so much!! I really appreciate the advice!

  • We do not do any pre-employment physicals for employees. If we require the employee to have/get certain vaccines- we as the employer will pay for those cost. The pre-employment physicals, are they necessary requirement/bonafide for certain positions? If not, I really would encourage you to contact your legal counsel to further assist. ...

  • Hi Jennifer I don't know if this will be helpful or not, but it sounds like both of you may be seeing the vacant job differently. Perhaps, setting up a meeting between you and her and/or her immediate manager to discuss what are all of the KSA that she is looking for. It's probably not a bad idea after the job description has been updated to...

  • Lindsey Congratulations on your promotion. My two cents...align yourself with other SHRM groups, network, and trust yourself. Now that your role has changed, understand the culture of your organization. Meet with your CEO, and the senior team - what is it that their wanting to see within the org,(i.e. Training, Employee Engagement, Etc..)....

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