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Webinar now available on-demand
In many ways, STEM has always been a candidate driven market. The STEM field is at the forefront of innovation and has a tangible impact on the progress of the future. However, at the risk of stating the obvious, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has ensured that as we enter 2022 candidates remain firmly in the driver’s seat.
Talent shortages and an ever-increasing demand for STEM talent - that had been widely reported prior to the pandemic - has vastly accelerated, meaning the skills gap is now broader and the need to close it more urgent. Rapid technological advancements have left businesses racing to obtain and retain talent in a market where their choices are near limitless.
Join Gattaca as we discuss navigating vital STEM talent towards your business over the coming year. We’ll cover the key driving forces behind STEM Talent Trends in 2022, how to catch up with them, and how to future-proof your recruitment process to ensure your business is a candidate’s perfect destination.
What you'll learn in this webinar:
How STEM talent trends and data from 2021 can inform us on 2022
Attracting & retaining talent in the new year
How your company reputation and values effect talent acquisition
Creating a positive working environment and a strong EVP
Tailoring your recruitment process and conscious workforce design
How to maximise your recruitment supply chain for success
Who will benefit from this webinar?
- HR & talent acquisition teams
- Leadership and C-Suite Executives
- Operational Leaders
- Line Managers
- Anyone interested in recruiting best-practices
In 2022, it’s not just about salary, but the whole package. Candidates have such an abundance of choice that they are able to steer towards more competitive salaries, flexible working patterns, stronger study support and a full career development plan. If a client can’t offer what a candidate is looking for, they’ll ultimately lose them to a competitor that can.