Despite contract talent (CT) comprising between 5-25% of an organization’s workforce, few approach its search and selection with the same rigor as permanent talent. As CT fills increasingly important roles and functions, it is imperative that employers hold up their standards comparable to that of their permanent employees.
Aerotek, a leader in the recruiting and staffing industry, and the Human Capital Institute (HCI) examined how pre- and post-hire assessments, rigor in candidate selection, and quality of post- hire evaluations differ between permanent staff and contract talent in a new research study and report. In this webcast, we'll share key findings and hear from several industry experts on this important topic.
All webcast attendees will receive a complimentary copy of the final report.
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Dave Poling is Aerotek’s Director of Recruiting Operations supporting the recruiting efforts for all of Aerotek’s East Coast offices. In this role, Dave works with Aerotek’s local staffing offices to improve recruiting operations. He helps establish programs to deliver superior service on a consistent basis and ensure that Aerotek continually delivers top talent to our customers by having a strong recruiting team in place.
Dave began his career at Aerotek in 1994 as a recruiter for Aerotek’s environmental staffing division. He moved into an account manager role after one year and moved several times to support Aerotek’s growth on the East Coast. In 2000, Dave was promoted to Director of Business Operations in Cherry Hill, N.J. Two years later he was given the additional responsibility of overseeing the entire New Jersey market which now consists of four staffing offices and more than 140 Aerotek employees. Dave has received multiple awards throughout his career at Aerotek including such notable awards as Outstanding Achievement and Aerotek’s Legacy award.
Dave graduated from University of Delaware in Newark, Del., with a Bachelor of Science degree. Dave serves as a member of the board of the New Jersey Staffing Alliance, in addition to serving on the public relations committee for the Brielle County Education Foundation.
Ayman Hamid is Aerotek’s Director of Business Operations in Atlanta, Georgia. He is responsible for ensuring consistent office growth by leading the execution of strategic initiatives, developing the local sales team to increase Aerotek’s market share and managing relationships with internal employees and external customers. Ayman attributes his success to his ambition, practical knowledge, effective networking and relationship building skills.
Ayman joined Aerotek in 1998 as a recruiter in Aerotek’s Greensboro, N.C., office. He later moved into a sales role and shortly after became a sales manager. In 2005, Ayman was promoted to his current position as Director of Business Operations in the Atlanta area, where he currently oversees three offices.
Ayman is a graduate of California State University in Bakersfield, Calif. with a bachelor’s degree in mathematics. He is also certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR®) by the HR Certification Institute.
As the Practice Leader for Talent Strategy and Acquisition at the Human Capital Institute, Amy oversees the high-quality programming offered in the Center for Human Capital Excellence, in-person events and conferences, executive workgroups and signature research.As the business leader for these areas, she has direct insight into the needs of clients, whether they are thought-leading underwriters or game-changing human capital management professionals, in the form of members of the Human Capital Institute.Prior to her current role, Amy was the Director and Community Leader of the Talent Acquisition Community at HCI.
Before joining the Human Capital Institute, she served in corporate recruiting roles at several large financial services companies, and had the opportunity to focus on recruitment-related technology, processes and best practices. She is also fierce advocate for talent as the pinnacle competitive advantage in the global marketplace, and currently holds the Human Capital Strategist designation (HCS).