Employment Technologies’ Joseph Sefcik underscores community engagement and corporate social responsibility during Rollins College Crummer School of Business Leadership Panel.
“Meaningful community participation is driven by core values and a deep-seated sense of fairness,” according to Joseph Sefcik, Jr., president of Employment Technologies, who participated in the Rollins College Crummer School of Business’s Edyth Bush Institute for Philanthropy & Nonprofit Leadership’s second annual Leadership Panel this past Friday.
The panel, comprised of Mr. Sefcik and five other influential Central Florida business executives, explored and illustrated how businesses, both large and small, develop and maintain productive partnerships that positively impact one’s community. During the discussion, Mr. Sefcik pointed toward the partnership between Employment Technologies and The Jobs Partnership of Florida, which provides a means for job-seekers to build their job skills and improve their employability in the marketplace.
The other panelists who participated in the Leadership Panel included:
- Jeff Forrest, President, Winter Park Construction
- Tony Jenkins, Market President Central Florida, Florida Blue
- Rosene Johnson, Executive Director, Conductive Education Center of Orlando (CECO)
- Kay Rawlins, Founder and VP of Community Relations, Orlando City Soccer Club
- Vicky Santamaria, Marketing Field Associate, Whole Foods Market
Joseph T. Sefcik, Jr.
Joseph T. Sefcik, Jr., is the founder and president of Employment Technologies, the world’s leading provider of employment simulations for talent prediction. Throughout his career, he has also served in an advisory role for a variety of organizations, including: Consultant to the U.S. Department of Labor and the Secretary’s Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCANS), Member of the State of Florida Chamber of Commerce Education Committee, Board member of the Organizational Communications Department at Rollins College, and Board member of the Jobs Partnership of Florida. Mr. Sefcik holds a B.S. from Florida Southern College and an M.S. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from University of Central Florida.