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February 23, 2022

Structured Hiring is Inclusive Hiring: The Role of Research and Process in Recruiting

Structure is crucial to minimizing bias at every touchpoint in the hiring process.

Tune in to our panel discussion to hear two perspectives – the research and science behind inclusive hiring practices and the hands-on application of these practices.

TalVista’s new Chief Science Advisor, Aaron Kay, Ph.D., and DE&I Consultant and Leadership Expert Melissa Majors will share their thoughts on the role of structure, validated research, and their practical application in the hiring process.

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May 19-20, 2021

#TheCandEs Virtual Conference: Diverse & Inclusive Recruiting, Hiring & Candidate Experience

TalVista will be hosting a panel discussion entitled Hiring Humans or Robots? Inclusive Recruiting Practices to Move Beyond Just the Business Case.

Panelists will include Scot Sessions, Katrina Kibben, Melissa Majors, and Stephanie Wemusa.

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March 17-18, 2021

#TheCandEs Virtual Conference: A New Hope for Hiring in 2021

TalVista will be hosting a virtual exhibitor booth at #TheCandEs Virtual Conference: A New Hope for Hiring in 2021.

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March 24, 2020

TalVista to host happy hour at HR Transform

TalVista will be hosting an HR Happy Hour in Las Vegas on March 24 for innovative Talent Leaders. Email [email protected] to RSVP.

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February 20, 2020

VP Diversity and Inclusion | Featured Speaker on Talent Board Digital Event.

Stephanie Wemusa, VP Diversity and Inclusion, TalVsita, will be a featured speaker at the upcoming Talent Board Digital event on February 20, 2020 from 12-4pm ET.

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Title: The looking glass of Diversity—Don’t like what you see? Here’s how to improve your view.

It’s a poor Expert that finds fault with their tools. Tools and skills alone don’t make the expert. A combination of quality tools and experienced skill results in an Expert who produces superior results. As Talent Acquisition professionals we should all be seeking to produce superior results. We should not be afraid to use quality tools combined with our experience. Our objectives in today’s market is to create a more diverse and inclusive recruiting process to attract, screen, and hire the best and most diverse talent.

There are a few areas we need to focus on to improve our set of experienced skills and quality tools we use to accomplish this, including:

        • Leader 360 reviews and unconscious bias braining
        • Deliberate recruiting process to eliminate bias
        • Track progress

During this session, Senior Diversity Practitioner, Stephanie Wemusa, will share the importance of conducting 360 reviews from the top down to identify potential bias roadblocks. She’ll lay out a clear diversity recruiting process to ensure bias is mitigated. Lastly, she’ll demonstrate the importance of data gathering and measuring progress. The clarity of diversity looking glass improves with as we understand our roadblocks, plan clear processes and gather data to review the results and see where improvements still need to be made. Remember, it’s not the tools or the skills by themselves but the combination that creates exceptional outcomes for any Expert. Don’t miss this session.

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JANUARY 10, 2020

Elaine Orler Speaks At Employer Branding Event

Join Regina Cross Cook / RC Consulting Firm for a Monthly conversation discussing all things Employer Branding & HR Technology Trends within the Talent Acquisition, Human Resources & Capital space!

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