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Upcoming Webinar Schedule
Technical Webinar Series
Digital Misinformation: How to Sort Through All of the Bug Fake News Wednesday, December 9, 2020 | 2:00 - 3:00 PM | REGISTER Nancy Troyano, Ph.D., BCE, Rentokil North America, Reading, PA
Digital misinformation is becoming more prevalent with the widespread use of social media. At any given time, you may log onto Facebook or Twitter and see "the invasive kissing bug", "miracle ant cures", or “homemade insect repellent”. There is a lot of information to sort through and it’s tough to figure out what is accurate or misleading. In this day and age especially, we need to remain vigilant and educated on how to use social media responsibly for science and science communication. Learn how to determine what’s a tall tale and find reliable sources so that you can have accurate information to tell your customers the next time they come across an alarming, not-true story.
Interviews Do’s and Don’ts: How to Conduct Effective Interviews Webinar Tuesday, January 26, 2021 | 3:00 - 4:00 PM ET | REGISTER Hosted by: Julie Tesh-Clark, Customer Care/Community Outreach at Pest Management Systems, Inc.
This webinar provides guidance on what to do and—just as importantly—what not to do when interviewing candidates for positions within your company. Attendees will learn how to set up proper interviews that will result in hiring success in the future.
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Recruitment 101 Webinar View the Recording Presented by the Recruitment and Retention Committee
Recruiting is a proactive approach to finding employees to work for your company, which means the company should always be looking for new talent and have a bench of potential employees for when an opening arises at your business. Recruiting is really about selling your business and the benefits of working for you and the pest control industry. Join this webinar with three recruiting pros to learn about recruiting avenues and resources available to you.
Recognizing Counterfeit Pesticides in Pest Control View the Recording Mike Weyman, Ph.D., Clemson University, Clemson, SC; Royan Teter, Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC; Jim Fredericks, Ph.D., National Pest Management Association, Fairfax, VA
Counterfeit pesticides are illegal but oftentimes are extremely hard to spot because they are produced and packaged to look identical to legal products. However, the contents in the package are not accurate and may have less active ingredients than advertised or even have different ingredients that are cheaper or maybe more toxic. It’s important to be aware of these products to keep customers and the environment safe. This session will cover the signs of counterfeit products and how you can help protect your company from potentially using these harmful products.