Our first Roundtable focused on EMEA University and Emerging Talent Recruitment
Trying to convince your CHRO or VP of Talent to continue supporting your early talent program, regardless of COVID or recession? Watch this URx Roundtable session to learn just that from experienced leaders - Richard Cho, Chief Recruiting Officer at Gem, and Emil Yeargin, VP of Talent at Gusto.
With university recruiting season upon us, many organizations are looking for better ways to build a pipeline of diverse technical talent. We’ve put together our top five tips for creating a process that allows you to expand your reach to more non-traditional candidates and reduce bias, without compromising time-to-hire or creating a bottleneck.
Early talent, employers, and educators are left disconnected by the ill-configured education-to-workforce pipeline. A study of nearly 10,000 participants finds the 4 sources of these disconnects, and 3 ways employers can rectify them.
From the leaders track of the 2021 URx Leaders Summit. CodeSignal’s CEO Tigran Sloyan leads a conversation with three expert early career recruiters, Cindy Loggins, Nadia Abouzaid, as they discuss how you can create a process that meets today’s changing requirements, builds connections with potential applicants, and surfaces the candidates with the most promising skills--rather than “top tier school” credentials.
From the 2021 URx Leaders Summit Leaders Track. Kate Beckman, Exec. Manager of Community & Insights at RippleMatch leads a conversation with Elizabeth Diley, Campus Talent Acquisition Leader at General Mills, and Monique Aristy, Global Head of University Recruiting at Confluent for on how to attract and retain Gen Z talent.
As we enter the peak of fall recruitment season, early career recruiters are pivoting from focusing on initial engagement to forming their strategy around hiring and retention. With internship and entry level hires, there are often several months between a candidate’s offer and their start date. There are also other circumstantial factors that affect early career hires, including inexperience with the hiring process, relocation needs, competing offers, and much more.