HRMC to Present at SIOP Conference in April

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Tampa, Fla. — Jan. 30
Human Resource Management Center Inc. (HRMC), a Web- and phone-based application solution provider, is pleased to announce that it will host a symposium and participate in two presentations at the upcoming 2008 annual Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) Conference to be held in San Francisco in April.

Since the company’s inception more than 20 years ago, HRMC and its founder, Ron Selewach, have been widely recognized and sought-after thought leaders on all aspects pertaining to talent acquisition and management. HRMC was among the first to develop and integrate validated assessments in the automated recruiting process, which have helped innumerable organizations better predict culture fit, performance, job satisfaction and longevity across a wide variety of jobs and industries.

“Factors such as a shrinking labor pool across most industries and job functions and a changing workforce demographic have made it more difficult for employers to identify not only those individuals who have the required skills, but also those who are most apt to be ongoing, productive members of their workforce,” said Ron Selewach CEO and founder of HRMC. “Changing times require employers to adapt new technology and processes to keep pace with competitors who are using advanced tools to more reliably and efficiently assess and acquire talent. We are pleased to participate at SIOP and share our expertise alongside the experiences of several forward-looking companies that have embraced new candidate screening and assessment technology to meet the demands of recruiting and retaining workers in today’s labor market.”

The scheduled symposium and presentations include:

  • Implementing new technology into the selection system. This symposium combines the expertise of several IO practitioners to provide real-world examples of the different steps in implementing new selection technology.
  • Exploring the effects and outcomes from different testing environments.
  • Generational differences in the workplace.
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