Hiring is one of the most important processes any organization undertakes. It addresses present needs, builds for future success and represents one of the most tangible opportunities an organization has to reinforce a culture and community reflective of its values. It is critical that hiring be equitable, effective and fully compliant with relevant laws, regulations, policies and internal expectations.

The Search Advisory and Hiring Committee Best Practices training eCourse will help participants identify and review:

  1. Federal and state laws and UC policies and procedures that govern hiring practices
  2. Strategies and techniques for ensuring equity through identification and management of biases that may influence search or hiring processes
  3. The important roles committee chairs and individual committee members play in making a successful hire

The training is relevant and recommended for any individuals or committees engaged in search advisory and/or hiring functions.

Resource Library

The Search Advisory and Hiring Committee Best Practices Resource Library links to laws, policies, studies, reference materials and other resources that complement the training and can help you expand your understanding of the topics covered within the it. Additional hiring-related resources may be available at your location. Please contact your location Human Resources Training, Learning and Development department for more information.

How do I participate?

To receive credit, UC Employees should log into the UC Learning Center and search for the training by its title. They may also contact their location Human Resources Training, Learning and Development for assistance.

Non-UC employees can take this training as well. Visit Systemwide Talent Management eCourses for access.