LSO Webinar: Employer Insights - Attracting & Retaining Life Sciences Talent

SeptemberSep 28 2022 12:00pm - 01:00pm

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Employer Insights - Attracting & Retaining Life Sciences Talent

Employer Insights: Attracting & Retaining Life Sciences Talent

 

September 28

12pm - 1pm

Panelists:
  • Jeannie Barbu, Senior Director People & Culture, Nicoya
  • Dr. Trevor Charles, Professor, Department of Biology; Director, Waterloo Centre for Microbial Research
  • Joanne Jordan, Manager, Business Development and Partnerships, BioTalent Canada

 

Recruiting and retaining top talent is currently one of the biggest hurdles in the life sciences industry. We are here to help! University of Waterloo’s Carolyn Lee is proud to bring together a panel of industry experts, including representation from Nicoya, BioTalent Canada, and Dr. Charles, Director of the Waterloo Centre for Microbial Research, to speak on how to fill your talent pipeline and the value a Waterloo co-op student can bring to your organization.

 

In this one-hour, free webinar, you’ll learn about the state of the industry, strategies and best practices organizations have taken to grow in these uncertain times, and how you can apply these learnings to your organization.

 

Register here for this webinar and get started in planning your recruitment roadmap.

 

Sponsored by:
University of Waterloo- Co-operative Education

The world is a classroom

Experiential learning fosters a willingness for students to take risks and be open to experiences that will change them and help them grow. As students venture out and back, they share experiences and inspiration that transform their curriculum and community.

Waterloo was a pioneer in experiential learning and we continue to partner with industry to create co-operative education that tools our students to become change makers and leaders in their chosen field. And link here: https://uwaterloo.ca/hire/

 

 

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