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Right People, Right Seats: How to Avoid Hiring a Dud2019-05-22T11:28:13-04:00

Right People, Right Seats: How to Avoid Hiring a Dud

Calling All Hiring Managers

Attend Biz Technology Solution’s Free Lunch and Learn:

Right People, Right Seats: How to Avoid Hiring a Dud

When: Wednesday, June 19th 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM

Where: North Harbor Club – 100-D North Harbor Place Davidson, NC 28036

Who Should Attend?

Hiring is crucial to every organization. One bad hire can be costly and destructive to your company culture. As you know payroll is the biggest expense for most businesses. This event is intended for small to mid-sized business managers who want to improve employee performance and create a more positive company culture. Please only two representatives per company as seats are limited.

Speaker: Reda Chouffani, Co-Founder at Biz Technology Solutions

Reda Chouffani is the co-founder of Biz Technology Solutions, Inc., an organization that focuses on lowering risk and IT costs while delivering on business results. He’s worked with hundreds of organizations in North and South Carolina to create solutions to improve efficiency and meet year-end business goals.

Reda has over 20+ years in the technology industry with a focus on healthcare, finance and industrial manufacturing. He’s currently a contributing writer at TechTarget and a Microsoft Certified Professional.

Speaker: Skip Amos, Growth Specialist at Culture Index

Skip Amos is a Business Consultant and Licensee of Culture Index, a program that identifies 7 critical personality traits. Skip’s consultation helps business owners and executives use this program to identify, recruit, train, manage and promote their staff, thereby building successful, productive and cohesive teams.

Skip has spent 30+ years in sales & marketing leadership where he identified, recruited and trained successful teams.  After many years of managing diverse teams Skip sought to find a scientific tool that could better assist companies achieve exponential growth by allowing business owners and executives, manage to their people’s strengths and increase productivity. Matching Skip’s business skills to the Culture Index Program was a natural progression in his quest to help businesses grow.

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