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Free Webinar: How to Use Online Survey Tools to Hire a Diverse Workforce

Tues September 28th, 2010 at 9:00 AM PST

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Interested in learning how to use online survey tools to hire new employees?

Sign up for this joint presentation with the global leader in human capital solutions: Personified, a division of CareerBuilder.

Diversifying your recruitment strategies is an important initiative for organizations to ensure they are attracting the right talent. Despite what people think, recruitment needs to be customized to an organization’s target talent.

Personified, a division of CareerBuilder will highlight the following topics:

-Demonstrate how the recruitment experience differs by demographics (i.e., gender, ethnicity, and generations).

- How your recruiting strategy must be tailored to these specific populations.

Using benchmark data, best practices, and additional insights Personified will provide intelligence on where to spend your recruiting dollars based on desired messaging of different demographic groups and organizational initiatives.

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About the presenters:

Brian Di Bartolomeo, Director, Talent Intelligence and Consulting
As Director, Talent Intelligence and Consulting for Personified, a division of CareerBuilder - the global leader in human capital solutions, Brian Di Bartolomeo manages the talent intelligence projects related to human capital metrics for pre-employment studies. Using his skills as an industrial organizational psychologist, Di Bartolomeo has played a major role in the creation of talent intelligence reports for various Fortune 1000 organizations as well as designing and re-launching Personified’s top revenue producing product to 800 sales representatives nationwide.
Over the past 12 years, Di Bartolomeo has specialized in building strategic relationships in diverse settings and industries while using expertise in survey program design, team leadership, project management, contract negotiation and client retention. During his career, he has focused on collaborating with influential consulting firms, national associations and multi-national Fortune 500 organizations in the healthcare, financial, and manufacturing sectors.
Brian completed his Masters’ work in Industrial/Organizational Psychology at Elmhurst College and holds a B.S. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from John Carroll University.

Andrea Briggs, Project Manager, Talent Intelligence and Consulting

As Project Manager, Talent Intelligence and Consulting for Personified, a division of CareerBuilder - the global leader in human capital solutions, Andrea Briggs works with numerous clients to improve the efficiency of their recruitment strategies. Prior to working at Personified, Briggs worked for International Survey Research (ISR), analyzing data for clients’ survey research engagements and for United Airlines, specializing in the areas of selection and talent management.
Briggs has both a professional and personal commitment to diversity. She has worked on many research projects throughout her career, including her Master’s thesis on racioethnic diversity and how it affects team interaction. Briggs also has an upcoming publication in the Journal of Management looking at team demographic diversity and its relationship to performance.
Briggs currently holds a Master’s degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from DePaul and is working on her dissertation to complete her Doctorate.


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