Hiring for Organizational Success

2020-02-26 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
ATDC Community Room (Room 2525)
Address: 75 5th St NW, Atlanta, GA 30308, USA

According to the Society of Human Resource Management, the average cost to hire an employee is $4000, without the coast of an external recruiter. And, the cost of a bad hire costs, on average, 30% of an individual’s annual earnings. So, if you are paying someone $60K the real cost is $78K.

The goal of this workshop is to provide you with the necessary tools to decrease the risk of a bad hire into your organization in the most efficient manner.

The learning outcomes of this session are:

  • The benefits to a consistent hiring process
  • The ability to create a more consistent and efficient screening process
  • Using assessments and behavioral interviewing techniques to uncover a candidates’ ability to be successful in your organization
  • Assessing your top candidates to make a final decision

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    Protecting Intellectual Property (IP) is certainly important, but where does fit in the many priorities of any Startup business? We will address this important question in a round table fashion where attendees are encouraged to share their IP journey.  At the roundtable we will have a successful startup CEO and attorneys/advisors who have shepherded many Startups in the past with IP. This class is for any Startup aiming for long term success and wishing to learn from and network with IP experts.

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    • What are best practices for IP security that don’t include filing for a patent or copyright?
    • What are the dangers and pitfalls of ignoring IP questions (or spending too much time focused on them)?

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    1.       What Startups Need to Know About IP

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    4.       IP in Action: How will you most likely use IP assets over time?

    About Georgia Intellectual Property Alliance 

    The Georgia Intellectual Property Alliance® (GIPA #gaipalliance) is empowering Georgia IP to advance society.™ Our mission is to provide the leadership, resources and advocacy to make Georgia a global model for the most efficient and effective ecosystem to facilitate creation, protection, and enablement of intellectual property for the economic and social well-being of our citizens. (https://www.gaipalliance.org/about)

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