Anita Szaloky is the Director of Human Resources for The Corporation of The City of Brantford. She has been in the role since May of 2011 after progressing through various positions in the Human Resources Department at the City of Brantford over her 24-year career with the municipality. In 2020, the City of Brantford was selected as a Finalist for a Canadian HR Award in the category of Most Innovative Use of HR Technology for the City’s digital transformation of the onboarding process. Previously Anita worked for an insurance company in Waterloo and a toy manufacturer in Toronto. She graduated from Wilfrid Laurier University with an Honours Bachelor of Business Administration degree and has held Human Resources certification from the HR Professionals Association since 1994. She is a regular blood donor with over 110 whole blood donations and in her leisure time loves to complete extreme Sudoku puzzles.
Day 1: Mar 3, 2020
Case Study: AWARD WINNING ONBOARDING INNOVATIONS
Responding to Covid-19 by Using Digital Technology to Update and Improve the Onboarding Process
The onboarding process is a critical component in talent acquisition and a successful candidate’s first taste of the experience they can expect in your organization. Covid-19 threw a major wrench into most onboarding processes that required an agile response or risk derailing the hiring process. Take back to your team actionable insights from an award-winner in the use of technology for HR to help you:
- Devise a DIY strategy to develop a fully digital onboarding process with no budget
- Analyze your existing IT infrastructure to determine its capabilities for this purpose and find any further applications required
- Streamline the onboarding process to enhance the employee experience and improve organizational efficiencies
Develop a DIY strategy to successfully migrate to a fully digital onboarding process.
Day 2: Mar 4, 2020