SmartSearch® sponsors best practices webinar on Managing a Multi-Generational Workforce…by SmartSearch


Leading talent acquisition & recruiting business software provider continues its series of webinars on staffing management topics and trends

HRchitect includes SmartSearch in our list of top Talent Acquisition Systems vendors that businesses should consider. Doug Coull, President & CEO, and LJ Morris, CTO with SmartSearch appeared on the HRchitect WebMingle on March 6, 2009. If you are looking for a new Talent Acquisition System, Talent Management System, or any HR system, talk to HRchitect first. After 14 years, HRchitect has unparalleled knowledge of the HR and Talent Management vendor community and can save you time and money in selection and implementation. Simply put, do not invest in any kind of HR technology without consulting with the experts first. HRchitect is always available to help!

Advanced Personnel Systems, Inc. (APS), the makers of SmartSearch®, an industry-leading applicant tracking system and recruiting business software solution, teams up with subject matter experts to present a series of best practices webinars in 2011. These informative, topical webcasts are presented as a value-added service for users of SmartSearch, and are open to members of the human resources and recruiting community. 

Best Practices for Managing a Multi-Generational Workforce will be presented on March 24, 2011. This program looks at how employers can leverage the knowledge, skills and abilities of the modern U.S. workforce which typically includes members of four generations: Seniors, Boomers, Generation X and the Millennials. Industrial psychologists, human resources professionals, and organizational behaviorists agree it’s essential to know and understand the values held by different generations in order to engage employees, and predict employee behavior in order to maximize productivity. The webcast covers national workforce trends, takes a fresh look at ‘Generations Theory’ and how it’s changing, and discusses how to avoid generational conflicts in the workplace. Registration for this free webinar is open through March 23

Best Practices for Managing a Multi-Generational Workforce is presented by Connye Harper, a professional human resources consultant with over 35 years of experience. Connye is a nationally recognized expert in developing and implementing policies, practices and programs for compliance with federal and state labor and employment regulations. She has been responsible for the planning, development and implementation of nationwide employer compliance programs on a number of contemporary issues. A Fellow of the College of Labor & Employment Lawyers since 2004, Connye is currently a faculty member at the John Sperling School of Business of the University of Phoenix, and serves on the SHRM-Hawaii 2011 Board of Directors. More information about the speaker can be found at

Managing a Multi-Generation Workforce is the third topic in a series of best practices webinars presented in 2011 by SmartSearch®. Previous topics include The Four A’s of Recruitment Advertising, presented by Shane O’Donnell, Sr. Director of Sales at on March 17, and Best Practices in OFCCP Compliance, presented on February 24 by Cathleen Hampton, a human resources consultant, a topic that was originally presented in September, 2010 and updated by popular demand from the SmartSearch® user community.

Additional best practices topics will be presented throughout 2011 including Social Media, Interviewing, and Green Recruiting. Webinars in the SmartSearch best practices series are often eligible for HRCI recertification credits.

“Through close cooperation with human resources consultants and our vendor partners, we are pleased to offer our customers proactive resources and timely information to keep up with changes in recruitment landscape.” said Doug Coull, CEO at APS.  “Our best practices webcasts are offered in addition to our weekly user training sessions.”

SmartSearch is best known for the ability to seamlessly integrate with existing systems and applications for managing all employment-related information from one easy to use interface.  

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Matt Lafata, HRchitect


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