Pinstripe and HCI to Offer Best Practices at ‘Quality of Hire’ Innovation Tour

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<strong>Washington &mdash; April 21</strong><br />The Human Capital Institute (HCI), a global professional association and educator advancing the science of strategic talent management, along with Pinstripe, a rapidly growing recruitment outsourcing company, announced they are co-sponsoring an innovation tour focused on quality hiring and how human capital measurement principles can be used effectively in talent acquisition.<br /><br />HCI&rsquo;s Innovation Tour, "Quality of Hire: The Illusive Business Metric," will bring together expert presenters from Pinstripe, PathPoint Consulting and Eastman Kodak to discuss how quality hires can support organizational goals and improve bottom-line results. The event will take place from 7:30 to 11 a.m. Central time on May 22 at the St. Louis Marriott West.<br /><br />&ldquo;Leading employers are shifting their hire-quality measurements from external influencers, like talent pools and market conditions, to a truer internal metric,&rdquo; said Amy Lewis, community director for HCI&rsquo;s online talent acquisition learning track. &ldquo;They are examining how adept their management and processes are at attracting and hiring top talent.&rdquo;<br /><br />The breakfast event will feature presentations by and discussions between industry leaders including Van Latham, an industrial and organizational psychologist and practice leader for Pathpoint Consulting; Elizabeth Petro, director, talent acquisition and strategy development of Global Shared Services for Eastman Kodak; Sue Marks, CEO of Pinstripe; and Jeff Struve, senior vice president of Pinstripe. Attendees will also get an up-close look at how Eastman Kodak is evolving its well-respected consumer brand into a well-respected global employment brand.<br /><br />&ldquo;In today&rsquo;s volatile economy, organizations must focus on hiring and retaining talented employees to support overall business goals,&rdquo; said Sue Marks, CEO of Pinstripe. &ldquo;Attracting key contributors and utilizing a talent management program to maximize and measure their contributions takes an organization to the next level. We are pleased to be able to join HCI in sharing this valuable knowledge with other business leaders.&rdquo;<br /><br />The Pinstripe-sponsored HCI Innovation Tour is free with advance registration and is recommended for director, vice-president and C-level executives in human capital, recruiting, finance and operations.<br />

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