Sylvia Luneau, President and CEO of PsiNapse Technology presents "How to Find, Interview and Keep the Best Employees"
Carmel, CA – April 10, 2011
Sylvia Luneau. President and CEO of PsiNapse Technology, a leading and recognized Electronic Entertainment, Workforce Augmentation, and Project Management solutions provider, presented at the annual meeting of the Northern California Chapter of the Western Orthopaedic Association. Her presentation was titled "How to Find, Interview and Keep the Best Employees".
PsiNapse has supported many industries over the years including the medical industry. According to many statistics, the United States may well see as many as 30 million Americans in the 75-85 age bracket by 2050. This phenomenon, tagged by many as the “Greying of America,” will create a huge amount of pressure on our medical institutions. “I enjoy working with different vertical markets as each market has a different perspective, “ says Sylvia Luneau, President of PsiNapse Technology. “Locating, hiring and retaining the right people is a critical factor in any organization. My talk at the NCCWOA, focused on key components to consider when faced with growing your practice while under pressure,“ she said. “The NCCWOA is a wonderful organization and I sincerely appreciate the invite to speak at their conference. “
PsiNapse is a leading and recognized Electronic Entertainment, Workforce Augmentation, and Project Management solutions provider with clients in Electronic Entertainment, Legal, Technology, Government and other verticals that range in size from start-up organizations to Fortune 500 companies. PsiNapse is certified as an 8(a) minority and woman owned enterprise, established in 1998. PsiNapse is headquartered in Pleasanton, California.
About Northern California Chapter of the Western Orthopaedic Association
The Western Orthopaedic Association was established in 1932 and was the first Orthopaedic Society of its kind west of the Mississippi. Under the guidance of past and present leadership, WOA membership has grown to over 1,500 members. The Western Orthopaedic Association is expanding its efforts to represent and provide services to orthopaedic surgeons in the west. .