A look behind the curtain . . .

Hi there! I'm Candice Elliott, a community-drive HR Strategist. I've been fascinated with the magic of business almost my whole adult life. I started my first successful business at 23. My degrees are in Anthropology & Philosophy (BA) and Human Resources and Labor Relations (MBA). And now, 15+ years of working with businesses later, I'm honored to help entrepreneurs like you create sustainable management systems based on your unique worldview.

So. . . Why HR Building Blocks you may be asking? Well, I got to a point in my business's growth where I couldn't take on any more one-on-one clients but still had lots of interest from folx who wanted a way to learn and grow their HR chops. These were mainly small business owners or new managers with limited resources and time. So I built this course for you! It's self paced, so you can go at your own speed when you have time. You can choose to do all the Building Blocks, or you can pick and choose which ones you want to learn most. There are lots of templates available that you can customize to your own needs, and I provide resources to build your own policies and procedures based on best practices.

I have dreams of doing a more in-depth course with a group of you in the future. I would love to be able to dive deep with you all into HR super nerd-dom and work together to solve the issues you are facing.

What's included in Welcome New Staff?

In Welcome New Staff we do a deep dive into onboarding. This is how we welcome new staff into an organization. We go over all the things you should do before your employee starts in order to be prepared for their first day. We also review best practices for employee orientations, and cover the paperwork part of hiring.

This building block includes some of the foundational elements you need when onboarding including a sample first day outline, guidance on completing hiring paperwork, and important labor law and compliance issues to keep in mind.

By the end of this course you'll know how to make sure you comply with important labor laws as you start scheduling your new employee. You'll be prepared for their first day, and ready to welcome them into your company.

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