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Your Hiring Practices Are Outdated: How To Bridge the Technology Industry’s Talent Gap

Your Hiring Practices Are Outdated: How To Bridge the Technology Industry’s Talent Gap

Join us for the Ceipal Summer Series, a sequence of insightful webinars on the hottest thought leadership topics!

Today’s global workforce is still trying to keep pace with the constantly growing demand for talent in today’s post-pandemic world fueled by digital transformation. According to a survey of more than 2,500 workers in the U.S. from Robert Half, one in four respondents were currently looking for a new role in 2023. In this webinar, attendees will learn why organizations must revisit their hiring strategies to build the next pipeline of strong talent.

Date & Time: July 10th, 3:00–4:00 p.m. BST; 10:00–11:00 a.m. EDT


Samantha Hurley, Operations Director, APSCo UK

Sam has over 30 years experience in the UK recruitment sector. APSCo is the only UK recruitment trade body with an international footprint representing recruiters operating within the professional sectors, from start-ups to multinational organisations. Sam has responsibility for the development of APSCo’s presence and reputation within the UK. She ensures innovation, development and improved delivery of existing and new members services. Prior to joining APSCo in May 2013, Sam owned and ran a legal services company and held senior management positions within the recruitment sector.

Steve Vittorioso, Director of Industry Marketing, Ceipal

Steve Vittorioso is an award-winning senior marketing communications leader, specializing in high-technology, business-to-business companies. With 17 years of experience in communications, content, and journalism, he has worked at and with both international public and private companies to help them increase their brand awareness and drive ROI through earned media and marketing activities. 

Most recently, he led global communications for ZoomInfo, a go-to-market technology company that went public in June 2020. He crafted the public relations strategy for the company’s IPO, which was one of the largest software IPOs in the past decade.