Employment Technologies President Joseph Sefcik will serve as a panelist in the American Bar Association’s (ABA) 2016 National Symposium on Technology in Labor and Employment Law in Washington, D.C.’s Palomar Hotel, on Friday, April 8. The national gathering brings together practitioners, academics, judges and technology experts to examine cutting edge technology issues in labor and employment law.

Sefick was selected by the American Bar Association to serve on the symposium’s panel discussion “Hiring Tech: Computer Games, Homework and Videos in Hiring and Onboarding.”  His firm, Employment Technologies, headquartered in Winter Park, Florida, is the world’s leading developer of employment simulations and a pioneer in the use of simulation as an advanced hiring technology.

The panel will discuss the increasing use of technology in employment testing and explore the challenges, risks, and benefits associated with technology applications.

Joining Sefcik on the panel are Roland Behm, Alembic Solutions, a software and process management consultancy specializing in software development and project management for the healthcare, government, and academic sectors and Shelby Skeabeck, Shawe Rosenthal, LLP, a leading workplace management law firm.

About the ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law

For over a decade, the American Bar Association’s Technology in the Practice and Workplace Committee has been at the forefront of the assessing the impact of technology on substantive labor and employment issues; the exploration of the impact and use of technology on the practice of law; and service as a resource to Section members.