The latest talent trends
Benefit from unique sector insights
Reduce costs and improve results
This masterclass will introduce important gen z research from early talent specialists. The needs and wants of young people today are changing against the backdrop of the age of digital disruption – we’ll discuss research findings and the impact on society in more detail. Then we’ll demonstrate why recruitment must change too, showcasing the latest innovative technologies and best practice that make recruitment more efficient, effective and engaging in the digital age. You’ll benefit from new insight into the behaviours of future talent candidates, better understand the challenges and learn about ways you can better align your recruitment to the expectations of future talent today.
Join us for “Enhancing future talent recruitment in the face of digital disruption” Masterclass, 3rd July 2019 in London, 11am-2pm (with guest speaker from Guardian Jobs)
• Discover the latest gen z insight
• Understand what leading employers are doing to meet the challenge
• Learn new ways to improve access for young talent in your recruitment
“The Masterclasses are some of the best events I’ve been to for a long time. They are not only informative but thought provoking, combining innovative content with great input from the audience too.”
Gary Argent, Managing Director, Graduate Transitions
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