In years past, early talent simply meant those with less than three years of work experience, typically composed of the year's graduating class and recent grads ready to fill entry-level roles. And the recruiting process became routine year after year with career fairs on campus, in-person networking, and so on. What’s different now? A whole lot actually.
With everything shifting to virtual in the past year, the typical college recruitment program no longer exists and the demographic that makes up early talent has shifted. In order to attract this next generation of talent and provide them with the same personalized candidate experience of years past, you need to update your strategy.
Join Elle Davison, IBM's Global Campus Attraction & EVP Development Lead and Symphony Talent’s Brandy Ellis, Head of Technology Transformation, to learn how to empower your team to attract the early career talent you need to fill your pipeline in today’s market.
Elle Davison, IBM
Global Campus Attraction & EVP Development Lead
Brandy Ellis, Symphony Talent
Head of Technology Transformation