22Dec

Talent Rover Wraps Up 2015 with Community Day at the Syringe Access Program

This December, the Talent Rover team volunteered at the Syringe Access Program to benefit the San Francisco AIDS Foundation. On average, 10% of people who contract HIV do so via drug injection. The Syringe Access Program allows injection drug users to bring used syringes and trade them for clean ones for free, without judgment to help prevent the spread of this virus.

26Aug

Talent Rover Foundation Prepares Meals For People In Need

Last Friday, the Talent Rover team left the office to meet at the local non-profit organization Glide, a group that aims to nourish the body with respect, acceptance, and love. Glide and their volunteers help to prepare warm and nutritious meals three times a day, 364 days a year for the poor and disenfranchised. Their unconditional care for the underprivileged was shown as our team worked side by side with their dedicated staff. Our team helped to slice fruit, toss salads, and prepare soup for nearly 300 people.

24Mar

Talent Rover Foundation Donates Recruitment Solution to Hire Our Heroes, a Non-Profit Career Service for Military Veterans

Talent Rover, provider of cloud-based software built for managing the entire staffing and recruitment workflow, announced that the Talent Rover Foundation is sponsoring Hire Our Heroes (HOH), a non-profit that provides career advice and job transition assistance for U.S. military veterans. As part of the sponsorship, the Talent Rover Foundation will donate the company’s recruitment solution to HOH.

17Dec

Giving Back is Part of Our Job

In June 2014, Brandon Metcalf and I traveled 545 miles from San Francisco to Los Angeles in support of AIDS Lifecycle, an event that raises money and awareness for the fight against HIV/AIDS. To be clear, Brandon, our COO at Talent Rover, rode a bicycle the entire way – I traveled by car, serving as a communications volunteer for a group of riders and reporters. I had ridden in AIDS Lifecycle twice before, and this was my second year volunteering. My job was to arrange interviews with news publications, local TV and radio stations along the route.

02Jun

AIDS LifeCycle 2014 – Follow Our Journey

Talent Rover COO Brandon Metcalf and Customer Success Manager Jaime Montiel are taking part in AIDS/Lifecycle (ALC) this year. ALC is a 545 mile bicycle ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles. Brandon’s participation raises money for the San Francisco AIDS Foundation. Jaime has volunteered his time to lead the ALC media and communications team. 2,500 cyclists will brave the wind, the hills, the heat, the cold and sore butts from June 1st to June 7th.

18Apr

Put Staffing Software in the Cloud, Keeping our Hearts in our Communities

These are a few of the many reasons that will be shared with me by my fellow cyclists in AIDS/Lifecycle (ALC) this year.  ALC is a 545 mile bicycle ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles.  My participation raises money for the San Francisco AIDS Foundation. 2,500 cyclists will brave the wind, the hills, the heat, the cold and sore butts from June 1st to June 7th.