Sep. 11, 2019

9:30am - 12:00pm

Sunapee Safety Services Building

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This session will give attendees information on how to conduct a successful recruitment and selection process. We will discuss what it takes to make your organization a destination others seek. We will review best practices in the hiring process covering recruitment, screening and selection of individuals interested in joining your organization. The program will also focus attention on how to conduct a proper and thorough interview process. Lastly, we will share with participants what not to do including legally protected areas and common omissions frequently seen that lead to liability claims against hiring authorities.


PLEASE NOTE: This training is in Sunapee, NH



  • Carol Kilmister

    Carol Kilmister

    Carol M. Kilmister, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, Human Resource Consultant

    Carol joined the Education and Training Department at Primex3 in early 2013, providing HR-related training, guidance, and support to members through the Employment Practice Claim Prevention program. For many years prior, Carol worked as an HR Director in a local school district, and was also previously employed as a Public Information Officer in NH state government.

    She holds a Master's Degree in HR Administration from Rivier University, as well as a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration from Plymouth State University. In addition, she holds national certifications as both a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) and a SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP).

    In addition, Carol is an adjunct faculty member at Granite State College, and serves on the board of the Association of New Hampshire Public Employer Human Resource Administrators (ANHPEHRA), and the Community Relations committee for the local SHRM chapter of Greater Concord.



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