SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwired - Aug 17, 2016) -

Loni Spratt, senior director of Customer Success at Entelo, the leading provider of enterprise software for data-driven recruiting

Will present a session titled, "How to Build a Diverse Talent Pipeline Using Social Media," during the California HR Conference.

Monday, August 29 - Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Spratt will present on the Solutions Stage on Tuesday, August 30, 2016 at 2:50 p.m. PDT.

Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center
300 East Ocean Boulevard
Long Beach, Calif.

When it comes to hiring, employers and recruiters recognize that finding the right-fit talent is about more than just skills. Every jobseeker brings their own background, life experiences, personality and other unique factors to the table. This is why the search for right-fit talent is the search for diverse talent. 

During the California HR Conference, Loni Spratt, senior director of Customer Success at Entelo, will explore the battle for talent as a three-dimensional challenge, versus a two-dimensional discussion about skills. As organizations seek to infuse minorities, veterans, women and other diverse talent into the workforce, the staggering amount of social data available may prove a treasure trove of information to help employers identify and find diverse talent. Focusing on social media as a method of sourcing, Spratt will share tips and actionable insights to help employers recruit diverse candidates using these channels.

HR professionals, hiring managers, recruiters and business leaders interested in learning how to leverage social media to build a diverse talent pipeline are encouraged to attend this session. For event information and registration, visit:

About Entelo
Entelo is a new and better way to recruit. The Entelo platform combines machine learning, predictive analytics, behavioral listening and social signals to help recruiting organizations identify, qualify and engage with talent. To learn how leading companies like Facebook, Cisco and UPS are building their teams using Entelo, visit