Introducing our speakers
Becky Hopwood, Head of Sales at UCAS
Tom Stroud, CEO of Tazio
Victoria Curtis, Head of Learning & Development at Samworth Brothers
The last 18 months have been unlike any before, the lack of certainty and unpredictability has caused many hiring organisations to either reduce the size of their intakes or even suspend early talent programmes. The industry has had to rapidly adapt to the demands and circumstances of social distancing and remote working.
This online session will be exploring how technology has adapted, whether the candidate experience has improved or worsened as a result, what habits will revert and what changes are now here to stay. Critically we will also be looking through the lens of the candidate and understand what impact this change has had.
Becky will share the latest insight into how COVID has impacted 16-25 year olds’ plans for their future careers. Tom will be discussing the challenges and objections that Early Talent teams face when moving their traditional classroom-based assessment centres online. He’ll focus on how candidates, and assessors alike, have adapted their approach over the last 15 months to overcome social distancing rules. Victoria will tell us how Samworth Brothers approached early talent recruitment during and post Covid 19.
Wed 07 Jul 2021
10am - 11am
Stratford Court, Cranmore Boulevard, Solihull, B90 4QTGet Directions
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