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Winning Today's War for Talent: Key Recruiting Strategies for HR Leaders


This is a virtual event, accessible over the phone. Access instructions will be provided after registration.


This is a complimentary program sponsored by Paychex. 


Any human resources leader understands the importance of strong talent in their business’ bottom line.  As workforce demands and demographics have changed, HR departments struggle with effective recruitment when relying on traditional talent management strategies and must develop new and creative strategies.  How has the workforce changed, and what new demands have emerged?  How can you develop strategies to meet these demands and ensure you are recruiting the right talent?  How do you ensure that your company remains competitive in the war for talent?

Join us for this 60-minute webinar where our panelists will discuss the changing workforce and the landscape surrounding the talent battle.  Our speakers will discuss the importance of recruiting the right talent and provide tips and tools for developing an effective and competitive recruiting strategy for your business.

Educational Objectives:
Webinar participants will learn:
• How the current workforce has evolved and the demands that have developed with this evolution;
• Tactics for remaining competitive when looking to recruit the right talent;
• Tools for developing an effective recruiting strategy.

Who would benefit most from attending this program?
Human resources leaders, including executives, directors, managers; human resources professionals working with recruitment issues.


Pamela T. Lacy
  • HR Consultant
  • Paychex, Inc.

Pam Lacy has been practicing human resources in Californica for the last 17+ years and has been with Paychex for the last 10 years.  She is PHR certified, and as an HR Consultant at Paychex, she is the leader on her team.  Her clients are fairly diverse and their needs are just as diverse.  She has assisted with a variety of employee matters, including progressive discipline/termination, creating and/or updating performance appraisal systems, developing employee recognition programs, going digital, policy interpretation, understanding benefits offerings, amongst many other matters.  

Amaris McComas
  • Head of Talent and Organizational Development
  • TIAA

Amaris McComas is the Head of Talent and Organizational Development at EverBank, a TIAA Company. As a strategic talent and organizational development leader with expertise in developing innovative and long-term strategies on a national level, she currently leads EverBank’s recruiting, talent management and learning efforts. Prior to joining TIAA, Amaris spent three years at Premier, Inc., a healthcare performance improvement organization, leading talent acquisition efforts including permanent, contingent and college recruitment. She was responsible for strategic planning and execution of Premier’s Managed Service Provider (MSP) program and diversity initiatives. In addition, she helped to lead the total talent management strategy for Premier’s employee base. Throughout her career, Amaris has played a significant role in multiple human resources technology implementations. Prior to joining Premier, Amaris spent eight years at HSBC, most recently serving as Vice President of Resourcing, Professional Segment Lead, where she managed the recruitment team’s full-cycle recruiting processes, data retrieval and analysis, reporting and program-related responsibilities with the objective to source, hire and retain quality and diverse candidates. She received the 2009 and 2011 Diversity Ambassador Award for increasing awareness and education in recruitment related to Affirmative Action and has served as the lead diversity liaison of resourcing for the United States.

Amaris is a board member with Veterans Bridge Home, which helps Charlotte-area Veterans successfully transition home after military service by identifying their education, employment and healthcare needs and connecting them to available community, state and federal resources.

Fluent in Italian and Spanish, she holds a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Emory University in Atlanta, GA. She was born and raised in Puerto Rico and currently resides in South Charlotte with her husband and three kids. In her early years, she performed on over 30 stages worldwide with the San Juan Children’s Choir. She also has a strong passion for travelling the world and sampling many different types of cuisine.

Continuing Education

COA, 1.0 HRCI, 1.0 SHRM
Practice Areas:
A basic understanding of recruitment and retention matters.
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