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Contact career expert Vicki Salemi Driving performance to the limit, she welcomes a variety of corporate projects and opportunities to speak, conduct workshops and empower employees and leadership in various organizations.


And when it comes to recruiting and the labor shortage, she streamlines your strategies and rework your employer branding to not only attract key candidates but to retain them throughout your process.


Here's why she's effective: She leverages a strong corporate background (15+ years at KPMG, Deloitte & McGraw-Hill) within training and development, international HR/global mobility and recruiting to drive performance to the limit.

Specifically, HOW TO HIRE TOP PERFORMERS will save your organization time, headaches and thousands of dollars and potential lawsuits as well from hiring faux pas. For an employee earning $40k per year, you'll probably spend $20,000 to $30,000 on recruiting and training that new hire. If they quit soon thereafter or you have to terminate them, of course you start from scratch and that money and time has already been spent. And now needs to be spent again.

Her interactive presentation teaches you to go beyond your gut when interviewing, to maximize each interview to deeply grasp the candidate's ability while learning what's an illegal v. legal question to ask.

In addition:

  • Perhaps your issue is developing a pipeline for global talent?  

  • How about retention?

  • Cultivating a strong marketing plan to position your company in the best, most transparent light possible to prospective new hires.

  • Retention after completing an international assignment? Another important topic to work through.

  • Or developing a strong women's sponsorship program and overall diversity strategy to identify top women performers and drive into leadership roles?

  • Or an issue many companies struggle with -- reducing the time to hire while making excellent hiring decisions. After all, a horrible hire can set back your budget as morale plummets.r


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