Video: PeopleMatters TV: Attracting Millennials - Reimagining Campus Hiring


PeopleMatters TV: Attracting Millennials - Reimagining Campus Hiring

Panelists on PeopleMatters TV talked about the best sourcing channels, retention techniques and identifying the right culture fit when hiring millennials and GenZs.

Hiring and appealing to millennials and GenZs is an art that organizations need to master. Shaping an organization's talent acquisition strategy around attracting the new generation would require some reimagining of the way HR leaders do campus hiring. 

HR leaders from across the globe who were a part of a virtual panel discussion on PeopleMatters TV this week discussed how they do campus hiring in their companies, the challenges they face and the procedural changes they've made within their businesses to crack the code of appealing to the younger members of the workforce. 

Topic: Attracting Millennials: Reimagining Campus Hiring


  • Ashish Ashdhir, Group Head- Global Talent Acquisition, AirAsia.
  • Ruchira Bhardwaja, CHRO, Future Generali India Life Insurance.
  • Zahira Sughra Zainuddin, Head, Senior Vice-President’s Office, Group Human Resources Management, PETRONAS.


PeopleMatters TV is a weekly web series that brings global leaders together on a platform to discuss how the HR function and its different verticals are transforming to adapt to the new needs of business & leveraging the power of technology. To register for the upcoming sessions, register here

Topics: People Matters TV, Recruitment

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