Precise Hire & HR Virtuoso Event Supporting SafeHaven a Success!

Precise Hire & HR Virtuoso Host Event Supporting SafeHaven 

June 21, 2013 – Precise Hire and HR Virtuoso hosted an event at Tastefully Yours Catering to support SafeHaven of Tarrant County.

The event, which was well attended by clients, business allies and friends from the D/FW, also provided a stage for HR Virtuoso to introduce a new web-based short-form application for non-exempt employees. This new app, which will be integrated with Precise Hire for all background screening needs, will be a game changer in terms of reducing cost-per-hire and speeding up time-to-hire.

noname-5Liz D’Aloia of HR Virtuoso mingles with Tonya Holt (above)
and Bob Estrada (below)
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During the first 30 minutes or so, we were treated to gourmet appetizers, wine and a unique summer tea made with berries, mint and cocoa. For those who wanted to imbibe, just add a splash of white Spanish wine and voila; the tea was converted to a refreshing summer sangria.

noname-1Andy Andersen of Precise Hire and his wife
Cathy sample the berry sangria

When it was time to get serious, Veteran Chef Andrew Huzar briefed us on the kitchen rules, explained his background and food preparation philosophy (taste is everything) and turned us loose to prepare a four-course gourmet meal.In the spirit of Hell’s Kitchen (without the yelling and tears), Chef Huzar served as our instructor and mentor. He divided us into teams, briefed us on selecting the best ingredients and explained various cooking styles.We went to our stations, assembled the ingredients and cooked every dish.

noname-3Tracey Wallace, Tonya Holt, Cathy Estrada and Keri McKenzie
prepare a delightful mediterranean salad.
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The master butcher, John Swickard, shows us how
to properly “lean out” the beef tenderloin.

We spent the rest of the evening savoring an amazing meal and hatching our plans to take over the world.Our thanks to everyone who attended and to Chef Huzar for a fantastic experience. We look forward to doing this again.

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