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January 9, 2017
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Body Language Seminar

You assess candidates with diverse backgrounds and skill sets and our success is determined by the people you bring into client's organizations.

To be successful you need enhanced people reading skills, you need to become a master decoder of non-verbal cues.

Join body language expert, Anthony Awerbuch for a fascinating, power-packed webinar and learn to reveal what is behind your candidate's words and actions so that you can make a more accurate assessment

Anthony Awerbuch is a body language trainer, certified by Science of People, a human behavior lab. He has additional certifications in facial micro-expression identification and training in lie detection. Anthony also has extensive corporate experience, interviewing for his team, managing people and developing talent.

Webinar topics:
   * Basics first - We will explore the fundamentals of body language:
* the limbic brain and why emotions can't be hidden.
* the science and the rules of application.
Assessing a candidate's trustworthiness and looking behind the veneer of confidence.
* Is your candidate really listening?
* Get your candidate to open up.
* Phone screenings - what your candidate is actually saying.
* Q&A.

CLICK HERE to register for this free webinar.
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Body Language Seminar.
Law Day VI Online Registration Now Open
NJ's Minimum Wage Going Up in 2017
Membership Dues Reminder
Member News
Upcoming Events

Law Day VI - February 8, 2017, Livingston, NJ

Executive Leadership Conference - April 25-27, 2017, The Borgata, Atlantic City

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Law Day VI - February 8, 2017

After January 21, 2017, previous I-9 versions will no longer be valid, and you will be required to use the new version-coined the "smart I-9."

How does this brand-new "smart" I-9 different from the old version you've been using? And how can you ensure accurate completion, retention, re-verification, and correction (as necessary) using the new Form I-9?

Find out at NJSA's Law Day VI on February 8 at the Eisenhower Conference Center, Livingston, NJ.

Helen Konrad will lead you through the new form and answer all your questions.

Mark Your Calendars now for this one day conference that will help keep you on the legal straight and narrow?

Date:  February 8, 2017

Location:  Eisenhower Conference Center, Livingston

Click here for event brochure.

Click here to download registration form.

NJ's Minimum Wage Going Up in 2017

Starting January 1, the Garden State's minimum wage increased from $8.38 to $8.44 an hour, and discussions about raising it to $15 an hour have been tabled until at least the beginning of 2018.

Membership Dues

Membership Dues.

Be sure to renew before January 31. 2017.
Member News

System One, formerly Joule Inc., has rejoined NJSA in 2017.  The firm has locations in Edison, Parsippany, Toms River and Hamilton.

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