WCN seminar to explore emerging talent and technology
The future of graduate and emerging talent recruitment will be the hot topic at WCN’s free-to-attend, interactive breakfast seminar on Thursday 21st January at The Imperial War Museum. Marks and Spencer and WCN will be some of the major names sharing the latest insights into the ‘graduate recruiting machine’, touching upon the key subjects of technology, Big Data and graduate recruitment.
The seminar, designed for graduate recruiting leaders and heads of graduate recruitment teams, will have a particular focus on the rapidly evolving technology landscape and look at how technology can create a candidate centric, efficient and cost-effective recruitment solution. Each speaker will address the major challenges faced within the graduate market and explain, via first-hand experiences, how they and their organisations manage internal recruiting operations.
The interactive session, headlined by Helen Alkin, graduate recruitment manager at Marks & Spencer, and Charles Hipps, CEO of WCN, will cover a host of critical industry questions including, ‘how do we maximise the impact of emerging talent?’
The seminar will analyse the impact of the aging population retiring while Millennials becoming the dominant workforce, before taking a look at how to nurture and engage this talent.
The educational sessions will also highlight the benefits of using Big Data to rank applicants, check diversity levels and analyse where the best graduates can be found.