Presented By

Join the Mailing List

Upcoming Shows

Sep 11
Bianca Lager
How and Why to Formalize a Social Media Screening Process

__________________

Sep 18
TBA
TBA

__________________

Sep 25 
Deb Weis Ford
The Jerk at Work 2 – Covid Style

__________________

Oct 2 
TBA
TBA

__________________

Oct 9
Mark Gonska
Key Strategies for Retaining Talent

__________________

Oct 16 
TBA
TBA

__________________

Oct 23
Jim Reidy
10 Things that Keep HR Professionals Awake at Night ( COVID-19 edition)

__________________

Oct 30
TBA
TBA

 

Archives

__________________

Recruiting Trends

Saturday, March 28, 2015 @10am

Download the Show Audio Here

Our Guest:

Rick DacriX

Rick Dacri
President
Dacri & Associates

Recruiting Trends –

Rick Dacri offers senior executives and managers the human-relations expertise and hands-on skill they need to improve employee productivity and engagement, mitigate risk and position their organization for success. Dacri is the author of the book Uncomplicating Management: Focus on Your Stars & Your Company Will Soar. Dacri brings more than 25 years of experience in senior management, organizational development, and human resources, all in one package. He has consulted to a wide variety of industries, large and small, always brings to the table a practical approach, sound advice, and a sense of humor.

Dacri’s consulting firm, Dacri & Associates, LLC provides organizations with powerful, sustainable workforce strategies that are tailored to help them accomplish their goals and better use their greatest resource—employees.

Dacri is also a recognized national speaker and has authored over 100 articles for a number of business publications. He has been an adjunct professor at Clark University, Assumption College and Fitchburg State College, where he has taught courses in management, human resource management and organizational behavior. Rick’s opinion has been frequently sought by the media and has been interviewed by, among others, Bloomberg Business Week, MSN, Fox Business News, NPR, CBS, ABC, and SHRM.