SHREWSBURY, NJ--(Marketwired - Nov 12, 2015) -

Christine Nichlos, founder and CEO of People Science, a recruitment process outsourcing (RPO) business, and Heath Padgett, filmmaker, "Hourly America"

Will present the complimentary webinar, "Heath Padgett's learnings for HR blew us away…

Thursday, November 19, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. EST (1:00 p.m. CST / 12:00 p.m. MST / 11:00 a.m. PST)

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In today's job market, employers often hire the most qualified candidate they meet, regardless of how that individual may fit in with their corporate culture or business plan. This holds especially true for the hourly workforce, as talent is needed to fill positions quickly and meet the demands of different hiring seasons. For employers of all sizes, taking the time to step back and understand their hiring goals and candidate experience can provide the organization with a deeper understanding of how its talent acquisition strategies actually function.

During this webinar, Christine Nichlos, founder and CEO of People Science, will host Heath Padgett, filmmaker, "Hourly America," to explore Padgett's own journey working an hourly job in all 50 states and share lessons learned for today's Talent Acquisition leaders. Throughout his presentation, Padgett will offer snippets from life on the road, share first-hand stories about finding a job in every state and explain how he came to understand the current shape of the American workforce. In addition, Padgett will show attendees how being transparent to candidates and employees can make a huge difference in their experiences as well as how to reject a candidate but maintain their interest in the brand or company.

HR professionals, recruiters, hiring managers and business leaders who are interested in learning more about creating the ultimate hiring experience are encouraged to attend this session. To register, please visit:

About People Science
People Science partners with corporations and becomes their full-cycle recruiting department either for a segment of employment or a company's entire effort. To learn more, visit