Topic: Best Practices using social media for recruiting (including legal part)
Description: Social media has gotten a bad rap recently. It’s making us depressed, shrinking our view of the world and causing us anxiety while blocking our sleep. But it can also be used for good: connecting people. From reconnecting with your long-lost best friend to finding a kidney donor to landing your dream job, social media has the power to connect. This presentation will cover some of the basics of the most popular channels, discussing how they can be used to help grow your own career, as well as recruit top talent to your organization.
Jessica Summerfield, Recruitment Marketing Specialist , Advocate Aurora Health Care
Jessica has used her background in training and communications, love for design and passion for data to create a career in employment branding. She’s currently a recruitment marketing specialist at Advocate Aurora Health, is a board member of Women for MACC and an avid volunteer. She loves gardening, reading and going on adventures with her husband and three daughters.
Craig Papka, Shareholder, Von Briesen & Roper, S.C.
Craig is a Shareholder in the Labor and Employment Law Section. Craig counsels clients about a wide variety of matters with a view to preventing costly litigation. Craig can help employers reduce legal exposure when terminating employees; assist employers in investigating complaints of workplace harassment, violence, and other misconduct; advise employers on ADA and FMLA issues; implement harassment prevention and other training programs; revise employee handbooks and procedure manuals to reduce risk; and implement whatever other steps may be needed to reduce or eliminate the risk of litigation. Often, a quick telephone call to Craig can help avoid unnecessary conflicts with employees and costly litigation. When litigation is unavoidable, Craig vigorously and efficiently defends employers from employee lawsuits. Craig handles matters in state and federal courts, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development Equal Rights Division (ERD), the Illinois Department of Human Rights (IDHR), the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), and other government agencies. Craig is a member of the Milwaukee Bar Association and the State Bar of Wisconsin. He is also an active member of Metro Milwaukee Society Human Resource Management.
Location: Aurora Conference Center (2920 W Dakota Street | Milwaukee)
Max Attendance: 54