Graduate recruiting during a global pandemic

First rung on the career ladder

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Colleen Stratton, global leader of workforce development at SEI
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Colleen Stratton, global leader of workforce development at SEI

During normal times, entering the workforce, finding the right career and establishing themselves in new roles are among the challenges graduates and trainees face.

However, as Covid-19's impact continues to be felt in every aspect of our lives, 2020 is even more challenging for those looking to get a foot onto the workforce ladder. Equally, it is more important this year that employers do not neglect the opportunity to bring in new talent and make the most of the skills and energy they have to offer. It boils down to two key aspects: Why it is essential to keep investing in talent, and how to hire the right people and support their development amid an unprecedented global pandemic. The 'why' tends to be easy. You know how important it is to keep...

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