Join Paycor's HR & Compliance Webinar Summit on June 9
Join Paycor's HR & Compliance Webinar Summit on June 9

Join Paycor's HR & Compliance Webinar Summit on June 9

Paycor is gathering top HR industry experts on June 9, 2016 for the Summer HR and Compliance Web Summit, a free all-day online conference to share best practices and tips for managing employees. Don’t miss your opportunity to gain new insights and strategies.

Register below to learn from industry experts as they share their knowledge on several great topics, including:

HR Megatrends: Keeping Ahead of the Curve

9-10 a.m. ET
Presented by Lori Kleiman, Founder, HR Topics

Webinar description: It’s not good enough to be a great HR department. You need to embrace the future trends your business is facing to stay relevant. Explore the top megatrends CEOs are watching for the next 15 years, and consider how you can use these topics to forecast where you should focus your HR initiatives.

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Wage and Hour Laws: Past, Present and Future

10:15-11:15 a.m. ET
Presented by Julie Pugh, Partner, Graydon Head

Webinar description: Current statistics report that over 80% of employers are unknowingly violating wage and hour laws. Join us as Julie Pugh, a wage and hour expert, takes you through the most important recent changes and developments in the FLSA, FMLA, and other wage and hour issues that could affect your organization.

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Automating Your Employee Benefit Compliance Program

11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. ET
Presented by Tom Wagoner, Founder, Accelerated Benefits

Webinar description: Almost 4000 employers were audited by the Department of Labor last year. With a 70% failure rate and average penalties of over $250,000, an airtight compliance program is not an option. Tom Wagoner will explore key vulnerabilities within the areas of the ACA, HIPAA, FMLA, COBRA and Section 125 compliance and review how employers can create an automated system that will provide reminders during the year for key compliance dates.

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Recruiting: The Secret to Closing 95% of your Job Offers

1-2 p.m. ET
Presented by Joel Passen, Head of Sales and Marketing, Newton

Webinar description: Every employer has experienced a candidate turning down an offer at the last minute, and it hurts. Plus given all the time and resources you’ve invested, a turndown is one of the most costly events in recruiting. Fortunately, if you manage the entire recruitment process correctly from the very beginning and get the right information, you can develop a certain level of control and certainty about the final step that will increase your acceptance rates.

Join Newton Co-Founder and our resident recovering recruiter, Joel Passen, as he shares his proven formula for closing 95% of job offers.Attendees will receive an exclusive eBook outlining Joel's methodology. Use this as a guide, training opportunity or a playbook for your team.

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Building Passive, Active, and Talent Community Sourcing Strategies

2:15-3:15 p.m. ET
Presented by Bill Neese, VP, Talent Acquisition, Paycor

Webinar description: Companies that are effective at attracting top-notch talent employ sourcing strategies built around inbound, outbound and talent community philosophies while leveraging technology and intentional messaging. The art of sourcing is transitioning into a sales mentality: from the way leads are developed, to drip campaigns, to talent community functionality, to how companies communicate with prospects. Discover why companies need to leverage the right technology and process in order to ensure that they have a fully functioning, efficient and optimized program.

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Retention Secrets: How to Keep Your Best Workers

3:30-4:30 p.m. ET
Presented by Robin Throckmorton, President, Strategic HR

Webinar description: With unemployment levels plummeting, attracting and retaining top talent is more challenging than ever. Because high turnover can cost your organization thousands of dollars, your most effective recruitment solution is retention. During this session, we will discuss:

* Current state of US labor market
* Cost of turnover
* Reasons employees leave
* Proven best practices for increasing retention
* How to win in the war for talent

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