Liz D'Aloia

Liz founded HR Virtuoso™ to help companies increase their candidate pools through mobile recruiting. HR Virtuoso™ creates customized, company-branded short-form employment applications that work on any mobile device. Candidates enter the system through a traditional online posting, a QR code, or a text number, and are instantly transported to an application process -- which only takes about five minutes to complete. Using this system, a national hospitality chain generated over 12,000 applications in just six months.
HR Virtuoso™ offers an optional applicant tracking system that was designed by and for recruiters. Alternatively, data can seamlessly integrate with an existing applicant tracking system or other information system. HR Virtuoso™ also offers background screening and onboarding modules, which can make the entire hiring process paperless.
Prior to launching HR Virtuoso™, Liz rose through the ranks of transportation, retail, and mortgage companies as a senior employment attorney and V.P. of HR. She holds a B.A. from Hampshire College and a J.D. from Brooklyn Law School. She is admitted to practice in Texas, New York, New Jersey, Florida, and Kansas.

Please visit us at: http://hrvirtuoso.com
Follow us @hrvirtuoso
Or call us at: 888-919-4478

Inside Recruiting November 28, 2016
What You Need to Know About Freedom of Speech in the Workplace

Congratulations! You've survived the most bitterly contested presidential election in recent memory. Never before have two candidates attacked each other on such a personal level. This bruising campaign exposed just how divided our country really is. To be sure, the political discourse is far from over. So how do we handle it in the workplace? I remember once walking through a break room...

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Inside Recruiting August 26, 2016
The 2016 US Election and Your Staffing Model: The FLSA

The US presidential election is less than 100 days away. This is the first of a three-part series that explores how the election may influence your staffing models. FLSA and Your Staffing Model Many readers are probably familiar with the changes that the Department of Labor (DOL) made to the Fair Labor Standards Act, or FLSA. This federal law sets forth duties tests and a salary...

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Inside Recruiting February 23, 2016
FLSA Changes Are Coming: Is Your Staffing Model Ready?

Last year, the Department of Labor (DOL) announced changes to the exempt classifications under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). These changes will have a profound impact on your staffing model and labor budget. We checked in with our colleague, employment attorney Sonja McGill of Bell Nunnally Martin LLP. Here are a few insights she had on how employers should prepare for these...

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Inside Recruiting February 19, 2016
You Can't Tax Me, I'm an Independent (Contractor)

Do you use independent contractors as part of your staffing model? If so, you should be aware of sweeping changes that the Department of Labor (DOL) is making to determine if your workers are truly independent contractors or actually employees. In the past, the Department of Labor (DOL) used to rely on the IRS 20-factor test to determine if a worker was an independent contractor or...

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Inside Recruiting February 10, 2016
A 'Foolish' Guide to Employee Engagement

Most companies with hourly employees know that employee engagement is absolutely critical but largely lacking in many workplaces today. During the recent TDn2K Global Best Practices Conference, Tom Gardner, the CEO and cofounder of The Motley Fool reminded the audience that the average Gallup employee engagement score is 30 percent. Even if you're lucky enough to have an engagement score...

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Inside Recruiting October 5, 2015
The NLRB Just Changed the Standard for Joint Employer Relationships; How Does This Impact Staffing Agencies?

In August, a divided (3-2) National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) handed down a decision that fundamentally changes the employee-employer relationship for staffing agency employees, independent contractors, and their clients. In the case of Browning-Ferris Industries of California, the NLRB dramatically expanded the joint-employer standard. What does this mean for staffing agencies and their...

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Inside Recruiting July 30, 2015
Social Media Recruiting: the Basics

If you're new to social media recruiting, it can feel complicated and intimidating -- but it doesn't have to be that way. Just pick your platform carefully, have a plan for your posts, and commit to following up on comments to keep it fresh. Above all, remember that most social media users are on mobile devices, not computers. Let's break it down: Pick Your Platform All too often, we...

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Inside Recruiting May 21, 2015
Recruit Like a Marketing Professional

When it comes to branding, your company's marketing team is on one side of the coin. The members of the team have advanced sales, marketing, and promotional skills and know how to position your company's product in a way that excites and engages your potential customers. Your HR/recruiting department is on the other side of the branding coin. Your marketing department already positions...

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Smart Tech April 27, 2015
Grassroots Recruiting: Leverage Technology, but Keep It Simple

Recruiting local hourly candidates is a lot like scouting for a college or professional sports team. Professional scouts build relationships with coaches, schools, and organizations. They spend a lot of time researching and visiting the places where they know they have a high likelihood of finding great talent. Grassroots recruiting is very similar to scouting. It takes feet on the...

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