This week’s Hero of Hiring, Natalie Singer, hails from South Africa. As a Recruitment Business Mentor and Trainer for Talent3sixty, she combines her talent management experience and marketing background to provide training, branding, strategy, business development and mentorship solutions to recruiters and recruitment businesses. Being of service is the hallmark of Natalie’s career. She was the CEO of South Africa’s professional body for staffing, APSO, from 2007 – 2014. Under her leadership, APSO won the inaugural South African Chamber of Commerce & Industry Association of the Year Award in 2011, and she helped APSO qualify for three professional designations with the South African Qualifications Authority. She’s also served the global recruitment community as a board member of the World Employment Confederation.
Natalie’s efforts in improving recruiting and hiring have not gone unnoticed. She received special acknowledgment from the South African Presidency for her work with the Joint Initiative for Priority Skills Acquisition Importation Advisory Group. Her involvement with the Confederation of Associations for the Private Employment Services has helped secure effective regulation and enforcement for the recruitment industry.
Natalie lends her informed voice to professionals worldwide by presenting at conferences and events, speaking on recruitment, talent management, world of work, equal pay for work of equal value, and labor law amendments. Recently, she was one of 12 global industry experts invited to present at the global recruitment conference Big Biller Summit.
Thank you Natalie for your tireless service and the heroic work you do each day!
You can connect with Natalie on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook.
ABOUT THE HEROES OF HIRING
We’ve all heard it said that a company’s most important asset is its people. When we say we love a company, what we’re really saying is we love the work being done by the exceptional people in these organizations. Talented employees who do outstanding work are the secret ingredients that make their companies great. That’s why recruiting and hiring is so important. Each person involved in the hiring process is influencing the future of their company. These individuals are also impacting one of the most important aspects of people’s lives—their careers. The individuals who play a role in the hiring process are changing companies and lives, making hiring a heroic act.
The hiring heroism of a select group of people goes above and beyond. These unsung hiring heroes are making a lasting difference on a grand scale. That’s the reason for this distinction—the Hiring Hero of the Week. The hope in bestowing this honor is that people across the globe can celebrate and learn from these truly amazing human beings.