What are the most pressing challenges facing graduate employers during the next twelve months? Early careers network Handshake and Institute of Student Employers (ISE) are set to reveal the findings of an in-depth study into just that topic. This session will look at the issues and opportunities in a post-Covid landscape and provide practical and accessible advice on how to attract and retain the brightest talent - as well as ensuring students and graduates have the right skills and aptitudes to make a measurable difference to your business.
Join Stephen Isherwood, CEO of ISE, Chris Anthony, Head of Employer Partnerships, Handshake, and Rebecca Foden, Head of Student Recruitment at EY for a session that will closely examine the role technology will play in facilitating connections between universities, students and employers. The talk will make the case that collaborating more closely with colleagues in academia will help to improve the way graduates enter the world of work, ultimately fuelling a more sustainable talent pipeline.
This new study follows the landmark Careers 2032 project where Handshake, ISE, AGCAS and Wonkhe conducted the biggest ever study of its kind to assess how the careers sector of 2032 might look.