DALLAS/February 1, 2012—Assess Systems will partner with Red Robin International, Inc. to deliver insights on hiring for the casual dining industry in their webinar, “The Talent-Brand Equation: Attracting and Selecting the Right Talent for Your Brand.” The complimentary webinar, first in a series on hiring best practices in the restaurant industry, will take place on February 16 from 12:00-1:00 p.m. PDT/3:00-4:00 EDT.
Bill Streitberger, vice president of HR with Red Robin International, Inc., will share new and innovative ways to creatively attract talent. Assess Systems’ T. Scott McTague, director of consulting services will offer best practices in restaurant talent selection, based on their newly released assessment suite for the restaurant industry.
“Your brand helps drive guests to your restaurant, and your talent represents your brand,” said McTague. “The key to driving guests into your restaurant is your talent. Savvy restaurant companies understand that their talent is a competitive advantage and that the talent attraction and selection process is a strategic undertaking.”
With over 25 years of experience in the human resources field, Bill Streitberger is a business leader with expertise in managing organizational and human resources processes that drive bottom-line results. His areas of expertise focus on creating organizational capability and stability and developing high levels of employee commitment and loyalty.
Scott McTague’s 20 years of consulting experience includes the design, implementation and measurement of strategic human resources, organizational development, and talent management systems for small, medium and large companies across diverse industries.
Registration for the complimentary webinar is available at http://www.hr.com//en/webcasts_events/webcasts/upcoming_webcasts/the-talent-brand-equation-attracting-and-selecting_gy1o325j.html?s=JjKhbeG5paADlqMVnU9.
About Assess Systems
Assess Systems is an innovative software and consulting firm providing talent selection and people development solutions including: competency modeling, selection process design, entry-level assessments, competency-based professional and managerial assessments, sales assessments, leadership development, 360 feedback, succession planning, and executive assessment and coaching. For more than 25 years, Assess Systems’ organizational psychologists have assessed millions of people in a broad spectrum of industries and positions spanning 42 countries and supporting 16 languages. For additional information, please call 972-233-6055 or visit www.assess-systems.com.
Heath Davis Havlick