An upcoming webinar hosted by Bishop Grosseteste University
Thinking about your recruitment needs for 2024-25?
It is becoming extremely common for businesses to shift away from a traditional recruitment model to more of a talent acquisition model, focusing on the big-picture needs of an organisation, rather than hiring only to address short-term needs.
Bersin by Deloitte defines talent acquisition as “a strategic approach to identifying, attracting, and onboarding talent to efficiently and effectively meet dynamic business needs.”
At our forthcoming free webinar, we look to cover: - what the current recruitment landscape looks like and what is needed to engage Gen Z candidates further with a talk from Prospects (part of JISC), how apprenticeships can add value to your recruitment by addressing skills gaps and injecting new life-blood into an organisation, how Knowledge Transfer Partnerships give your organisation so much more than recruitment by ensuring new skills and expertise are embedded in your organisation during and post project and recruitment considerations post COVID and what organisations need to put in place for their employees now.
At the end of the seminar, there will be a “spotlight” session whereby 10 top companies in Lincolnshire are sharing what their services are so that you can get any support and assistance you may need locally.
Date: 9th August 2023
Venue: Webinar, a link will be provided post registration
5.40pm -5.50pm Current Recruitment Landscape, Recruitment Tips – How to engage Gen Z (Holly Longstaff, Prospects)
5.50pm-6pm How apprenticeships can add value to your recruitment needs
(Jonathan Statham, Head of Apprenticeship Recruitment, Bishop Grosseteste University)
6pm – 6.10pm More than recruitment with KTPs
(Linette Wallace, Business Development Officer, Bishop Grosseteste University)
6.10pm-6.20pm Recruitment considerations post COVID
(Jonathan Cheeseman, Director of People and Infrastructure, Bishop Grosseteste University)
6.20pm-6.30pm Questions and Answers
6.30pm-6.45pm Spotlight session