Solving the skills shortage (Thought leadership series)

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The job market has rebounded after its initial downturn at the start of the pandemic. Companies are growing and hiring more than ever before, but tides have turned. It’s a candidate market.

Candidates are reluctant to switch jobs, go into industries potentially affected by COVID shutdowns, and not to mention that in many parts of the world, cross-border moves are difficult.

So how do you ‘win the war for talent’ and attract candidates? It’s a super hot topic right now in Talent Acquisition circles, and there is so much to unpack with this theme. 

In our extended series, we’re breaking it down in four more sessions, where we learn from different companies how they are tackling this challenge.

Part 1: Creating a seamless candidate experience

Part 2: Building a strong employer brand

Part 3: Focusing on ‘screening in’, not out

Part 4: Engaging new starters from day one

Part 5: Building a reliable pool of top talent

Part 6: Hiring for potential vs experience

Part 7: Hiring people from underrepresented backgrounds

Part 8: How to retain top performers

30 mins
Melina Pamminger
Melina Pamminger
Director, People Services AsPac
Lindagrace De la Cruz
Lindagrace De la Cruz
Director, Employer Brand and Customer Engagements
Richard Rushton
Richard Rushton
Head of Talent Acquisition, ANZ
Anthony Enright
Anthony Enright
Head of People, ANZ
Solving the skills shortage (Thought leadership series)
Kate Tzavaras
Talent Acquisition Business Partner, ANZ
Kellogg Group
Solving the skills shortage (Thought leadership series)
Ani Moller
Executive Director, Delivery
Merkle Australia
Solving the skills shortage (Thought leadership series)
Jared Fitzpatrick
Senior Vice President of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Dallas Regional Chamber
Solving the skills shortage (Thought leadership series)
Ellie Smith
VP of People & Culture
Who Gives A Crap
Omer Molad
Co-founder and CEO

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