Wednesday, 21 February 2024 | 11:00 - 11:20

Talent Pipelines. Making It Easier for Employers to Say “YES”

Format:Live stream
Location: Fireside Chat - First floor
  • English captions | International Sign
88 participants

If you fund, design, deliver or evaluate Learning & Skills programmes intended to equip people with disabilities for jobs in the formal economy – these two Fire Side Chats with Susan Scott-Parker, bdi and Wolfgang Kowatsch, MyAbility- will be required viewing.

Recruiters everywhere increasingly acknowledge that their traditional talent acquisition models are just not good enough. They are moving away from hurriedly filling new vacancies, typically with unknown applicants - to interacting with individuals early in their job seeking journey and building Talent Pipelines in readiness to fill roles in the future.

A ‘Talent Pipeline’ is a ready pool of potential candidates-  known by the employer - who are suitable/qualified -and who are prepared to step up to fill relevant roles as they fall vacant.

What is driving business investment in Talent Pipelines and more demand- led job markets – and how should funders and advocates respond? Why does it matter that 30% of all new hires leave within 90 days?

How can job markets get a much better balance between the ‘demand for disabled talent’ and the ‘supply of suitable candidates with disabilities ?

How does Talent Pipeline Management work in practice? What can we learn from the MyAbility Talent Programme as it enables disabled talent to flow into talent pipelines across the DACH region?

Join us for our two decidedly ‘non-standard’ fire side conversations!

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