COVID-19 Impacts to Recruiting and Hiring Top Talent
in collaboration with MATRIX
About this Event
The Covid-19 pandemic has caused a seismic shift in the way many companies operate. “The fallout will fundamentally change recruiting and hiring practices long after the pandemic has passed,” says recruiting strategist Jack Whatley. During this virtual event, we will talk about how recruiting, hiring, onboarding, and retaining top talent have all been impacted along with creative ways to address these changes. To attract the best talent, companies must focus on offering competitive compensation and highlighting their culture and values. Keeping top talent engaged during the hiring process while require a streamlined hiring and onboarding process while also maintaining a human element. This event topic is inspired by key themes brought forth in this recent Forbes article – How The Coronavirus Is Changing Hiring And Recruiting Going Forward.
Rachel LeClair is the Recruiting Manager for MATRIX in Charlotte, supporting a team of talented Recruiters connect top technology and business professionals with our diverse local and national client base. She brings over 10 years of IT recruiting experience and has helped engage hundreds of individuals with opportunities across a range of technology, agile, and business disciplines. Rachel relocated to her husband’s home state of North Carolina in 2015 and recently welcomed their first child in 2019 (not counting her 3 spirited doggies).
Adam Moore is the Senior Supplier Diversity Manger for the recently created Truist Bank. In his role Adam is a highly engaged mentor to small and diverse owned business and is seen as a subject matter expert in the field of contingent labor. Adam helps lead the contingent labor effort as it pertains to small and diverse labor providers. Adam is also the Corporate Chair for the GMSDC’s Contingent Labor Industry Group and has spoken at several national contingent labor conferences.
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Charlotte, North Carolina