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Southern Indiana Works will offer Skillful Talent Series Training to Human Resource Professionals

Southern Indiana Works will offer the Skillful Talent Series Training, a four-part virtual series
created by the Markle Foundation. Training is offered to Human Resource Professionals interested in
learning the benefits of skills-based hiring practices. This interactive virtual webinar series
conducted by WorkOne Southern Indiana Staff , which will include four 1-hour workshops that build
upon each other and will cover skills-based job descriptions, interviews, onboarding, and retention
practices.

Workshops are scheduled for the following dates:

101: Attract the Right Talent September 15 and 29

102: Candidate Evaluation October 13 and 27

103: Selection and Onboarding November 10 and 19

104: Employee Retention January 12 and 28

Each workshop is free to attend and is valid for 1.0 PDC for SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP®. “Southern
Indiana Works is proud to be participate in the Indiana Skillful Initiative as part of Governor
Holcomb’s NextLevel Jobs Strategy. Through Skillful, Southern Indiana Works, will provide
professional development for our business partners in order for them to access an untapped talent
pool, increase retention, and encourage the investment in their workforce,” said Tony Waterson,
Executive Director of Southern Indiana Works.

For more information contact April Vaught at 812-941-6436 or to sign up to attend, visit WorkOne’s
website at www.workoneregion10.com and click on Calendar.
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WorkOne is an equal opportunity program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. The TDD/TTY number is 1-800-743-3333.

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