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Webinar: Employability in the new age

In this webcast, we will discuss the latest employment trends, the shifts in the way companies identify and recruit high quality talent, and emerging models of employment – including the move away from ‘well-defined, long careers’ to project-based expert work.

Research has shown that the cost to replace a high skilled employee can be 200 percent of their annual salary. From startups to established brands - finding the right person for the right job has never been more challenging. With a host of talent intelligent technologies, recruiting has not only become less time consuming and more effective, it has become a competitive advantage. This has also meant that recruiters focus on having meaningful conversations with candidates instead of doing transactional work. Companies today need to leverage the power of their social channels, take immense care of the candidate experience and navigate a complex compliance landscape. 

Employees on the other hand, also have to reinvent themselves to stay relevant in the ever evolving job market. 

In this webcast, we will discuss the latest employment trends, the shifts in the way companies identify and recruit high quality talent, and emerging models of employment – including the move away from ‘well-defined, long careers’ to project-based expert work. Companies and candidates at the forefront need to understand how to effectively use technology and the human elements to their advantage. 

Here's what we will cover:

  • Why is new age employment different from the past?
  • What should you know about the emerging employment models?
  • How can you manage these shifts effectively?
  • What is the role of technology in navigating complex employment landscape?

Topics: #Webinar, #Jobs, Life @ Work

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