Talking Recruitment at Independents
Are you joining us in La Quinta next week?
All attendees are welcome to join AFSA’s D&I Working Group to hear from Dr. Thela Thatch about an a key business issue – recruitment. Dr. Thatch is a consultant with Rework Work. Their team has worked with Fortune 500 companies to recruit top diverse talent and increase retention rates by up to 14%.
Dr. Thelá R. Thatch leads diversity, equity, and inclusion within organizations. Thelá has more than two decades of experience in human resources, talent management, organizational development, and diversity and inclusion initiatives. Prior to serving at Paychex as Head of DEI, she served as an executive consultant to the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services where she developed a human capital and workforce strategy to recruit and train individuals to provide services to the homeless and other vulnerable populations. Thelá also led in the role as Chief Diversity Officer for Live Nation Entertainment where she laid the foundation to implement the first diversity initiative within a global organization of more than 10,000 employees.
Over the years, she has worked with various Fortune 500 organizations such as Fox Television and Cablevision. Thelá is a published author of a children’s book titled “The Dog Chef” and has written shorter pieces for several publications such as the LA Times, Black Enterprise Magazine, and HR Executive Magazine. Her latest book, Inclusionomics ®, is dedicated to the study of inclusion and is scheduled for release in 2022. She graduated from Kean University with a BA in Communications, earned her MBA with a concentration in Human Resources at North Greenville University, and her MPhil from Walden University. Thelá holds a Ph.D. in public policy and administration with a law specialization from Walden University where she also serves as a contributing faculty member.
The D&I Working Group meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, May 3 at 1:00 p.m. PT.
There’s still time to register and join us at independents.afsaonline.org.
April 24th, 2022 by Dan Bucherer