DirectEmployers Association

July 29th, 2021
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT

*Eligible for HRCI and SHRM recertification credits

A cold outreach strategy for partnership and relationship-building can be a catch-22. You need both volume (more partnerships) and a fair amount of personalization to see a significant impact – and combining both can feel impossible and very time-consuming. However, when outreach and connection to veteran and diversity partners is a substantial component to maintaining compliance as federal contractors, it must be done not only correctly but in a manner that helps you continue to build rapport over time.

Join Candee Chambers, DirectEmployers Executive Director and former HR practitioner, as she dives into her fool-proof strategy for high-impact, compliant outreach. During this webinar, she’ll outline:

  • What the regulations state and why they are essential for workforce diversity planning
  • How to conduct effective outreach that gleans results and relationships
  • Her six-step strategy from start to finish for establishing your goals, starting the conversation, and most importantly, tracking your results


photo of Candee Chambers, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, SR. CAAP

Candee Chambers, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, SR. CAAP

Executive Director @DirectEmployers

Candee Chambers, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, SR. CAAP, joined the association in 2013 and currently serves as the Executive Director of DirectEmployers and CEO for the organization’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Recruit Rooster. She is responsible for leading a team of over 80 people from eight departments and the continual development of the OFCCP compliance and recruitment marketing solutions for Members of the Association. As a passionate advocate for HR practitioners and the compliance challenges they face as government contractors, Candee previously served as the Association’s VP of Compliance and Partnerships. In this role, she oversaw the creation of strategic partnerships with a multitude of organizations and managed the relationship with the National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA), which includes the joint-initiative National Labor Exchange (NLx).