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Virtual Trends in Recruiting for 2022

  • 01/24/2022
  • 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
  • Zoom



**PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT IS NOW VIRTUAL

Virtual Trends in Recruiting 2022

Monday, January 24, 2022

9 am  – 11:30 am CST

Zoom (Link Provided After Registration)

$35 (Members – MWACE or Hire Big 10+ with code: ‘HB10+’) $50 (non members)

Event Agenda: 

9 to 10:15 am – Phil Gardner (Includes Q & A/Discussion)

10:15 to 11:30 am – Mary Scott (Includes Q & A/Discussion)

In lieu of the reaction panel we will strategically ask our employer participants to assist us in engaging in a meaningful discussion surrounding the speaker topics. 

Sponsors: MWACE, Hire Big 10+, University of Chicago, School of Labor and Employment Relations, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

Note:
Anyone who is part of HB10+ but isn’t a member of MWACE will need to use the code ‘HB10+’ to obtain the membership rate.

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Presenter: Phil Gardner, Ph.D. 
Executive Director, Collegiate Employment Research Institute
Faculty Emeritus and Former Executive Director, Career Services Network
Michigan State University

 

Description: Dr. Gardner will lead a presentation based on employer survey data that includes meaningful insight into the impact of the pandemic on the college labor market, including:

  • Global overview of economy and college hiring trends
  • National and regional hiring summaries by sector
  • Expected changes to starting salaries for entry-level hire
  • Gaps in student skills specific to virtual recruiting and interviews
  • Quantity of interviews required to achieve hiring goals
  • Average interviews per hire by industry and company size
  • Employer perceptions of student preparation and skills specific to virtual recruiting and interviewing
  • Expected tenure of COVID-era hires and competition for talent

 

Presenter: Mary Scott

Managing Partner, Scott Resource Group

 

DescriptionOne of the few things we know for certain is that this past semester of early talent recruiting didn’t play out as employers and career centers envisioned just a few months earlier.  With all the challenges and moving parts that hybrid recruiting presented – it’s clear that most organizations are planning for more of the same for early 2022.  

 

Mary Scott, managing consultant at Scott Resource Group, will present research findings from her recent student surveys – along with employer and career center interviews – that provide analysis of the current state, and includes some clues as to where the profession is heading. This is one of the few places we can review data provided directly from the student candidates, providing a full picture of where recruiting strategies may be falling short. 

 

Reaction Panel: Panelists include GE, PepsiCo and Enterprise Holdings.

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