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 10/2/11 1. Make content relevant 2. Industry specific examples please 3. Names on first slide 4. Don’t read the screen or note cards to us  5. Engage your colleagues in learning activities 6. Don’t hide behind the podium please 7. Watch your colleagues present 8. An overview is due to me in hard copy Presentation Tips of the Week
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 10/2/11 Clearly label each of the three sections with titles: Reaction  – your reaction to the content you have learned Relevance  – how this is relevant to our class and to you Responsibility  – now that you know this, what will you  do Use spell-check, grammar check, and Proofread! Use appropriate capitalization and punctuation Human Resources Journal Tips
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 10/2/11 The Labor Market Characteristics of our Labor Market Demographics Forecasting staffing needs Training v. hiring Recruiting Online applications / selection tests Internal recruiting Ch. 4: Recruitment, Selection,  Orientation
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  • Spring '11
  • VickiLavendol
  • Health Maintenance Organizations, Human Resources Journal Tips, compensation Base compensation, Resources Journal Tips

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