Talent Acquisition Partnerships (TAP)(Recruitment Outsourcing)
Recruiting Consulting Services (EBS)
Master’s of Science, Education Theory and Practice/CDIT – University at Albany
Bachelor’s of Arts, Anthropology – University at Albany
Tom Schin is Director, Talent Acquisition Partnerships & Recruiting Consulting Services at Alaant Workforce Solutions. He has been a recognized leader in the Capital Region’s recruitment industry since 2005, working with businesses large and small, and in multiple specialty sectors.
Tom is responsible for overseeing and growing Alaant’s Talent Acquisition Partnerships, or TAPs. Through these flexible, on-demand staffing solutions, Alaant staff spearhead an organization’s recruiting efforts – either working independently or with an existing HR team – and save businesses time and money while securing a top-notch workforce.
In addition, Tom leads Alaant’s recruitment consulting services, building a team of talent acquisition experts to assist employers. That includes providing strategic support, such as developing an employer brand and establishing an effective recruiting process, and tactical guidance, from evaluating applicant tracking systems (ATS) and executing virtual onboarding to providing interviewing and due diligence training.
Tom has more than 15 years of recruiting industry experience, managing operations and recruiting efforts in Capital Region offices. His relationship building, leadership experience, and commitment to client partners over the years have helped businesses from various industries match the right people with the right roles.
Tom serves on the board of directors of the Capital District Human Resource Association, Home Made Theater in Saratoga Springs, and Malta Business Associates, and previously served as president of Capital Region Recruiters' Network. He is a 2016 graduate of Leadership Saratoga, and a CultureTalk Certified Partner.
When he’s not working, Tom is an avid board game enthusiast, from Catan to Canasta, who makes sure game night is fun for everyone (even though they’ll probably lose). He’s also fond of celebrating his status as a child of the ‘80s by watching Star Wars, listening to U2, and reminiscing about his (gone-but-not-forgotten) Andre Agassi haircut.