Hire Better People!

Hire Better People!

Recruit & Retain Great Employees
A Free Seminar Sponsored By Springfield Rocks Radio Group

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“If you could take everything you do in the recruiting world from a level of good to great without spending a penny more than you spend right now…you’d do it. If you could increase employee morale, increase retention 25%-50% and increase the overall profitability of your company…you’d do it! That’s why you’ll be at this seminar!”

Earn Recertification Credits

This seminar has been approved for 2 (General) credit hours towards PHR, SPHR, and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute.

For more information call Jay Schultz at 413-525-4141. Or submit your questions by clicking here.

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