Life sciences organizations have seen immense growth since the onset of the pandemic, driving rapid transformation in their talent acquisition functions. To capitalize on the changing business landscape and new market opportunities, talent leaders must now move from critical workforce planning to skills-based workforce planning to increase the availability of talent.

We brought together a group of experts from across the globe to discuss what life sciences organizations can do to increase their talent pool and acquire the right people to fuel business success. In this discussion, you will learn:

  • How optimizing the candidate experience increases the talent pool
  • Ways technology & employer branding help attract qualified candidates
  • How prioritizing diversity, equity, inclusion & belonging boosts the availability of talent

The following Cielo global life sciences experts will share their insights:

David Whittingham-Jones
David Whittingham-Jones
EVP, Global Solutions

Tanya Derrick
Tanya Derrick
VP, Client Services

Josh Needle
Josh Needle
SVP, Client Services

Michelle Fuang
Michelle Fuang
Client Services Manager

Scott Pavlick
Scott Pavlick
Client Services Manager

Now is the time to evaluate whether your talent acquisition strategy is built to attract quality candidates for a strong talent pool. For guidance on skills-based workforce planning, listen in as our experts share why you should adapt your life sciences talent acquisition strategy to ensure you have the ability to attract the talent your organization needs to expand.


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