[Podcast] The Early Careers Market for 2021 and Beyond

In a recent interview, IHR’s Natasha Preocanin sat down, virtually, with Jack Walker from SHL and Nicola Lamplough from Experian to discuss the current view of the Early Careers market and how the shift to virtual has impacted employers and graduates alike.

There’s been an abundance of headlines and articles around the education system in the last year, not least around school examinations and graduate’s online learning but the bigger impact for the future talent is yet to be seen. SHL has been at the heart of countless Graduate Recruitment Campaigns and been first-hand to witness how COVID has impacted the market, not least in how employers mindsets have opened up new ways and ideas of both attracting and selecting, more diverse, top talent for their businesses.

Topics Discussed:

  • Changes and adapted approaches to hiring Graduates
  • Improving communication and support
  • Key considerations needed for a successful virtual early career programme
  • Lessons learnt from 2020
  • What 2021 might hold in store
  • …and much more!

Check out the highlights video for some of the key highlights or to gain additional insights, download the report.

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