People Resiliency I Building the Pipeline and Structure to Prevent Talent Disruptions

People Resiliency I Building the Pipeline and Structure to Prevent Talent Disruptions

Building a talent pipeline is a proactive rather than a reactive hiring strategy, but what happens when that proactive approach is disrupted?

As the COVID-19 epidemic continues to impact the way we live, work and hire, it’s becoming more apparent that companies need to adapt recruiting strategies to match the new talent acquisition landscape.

Technology Association of Oregon and Catalyte hosted a conversation on Tuesday, July 7th where panelists explored ways to tap into sustainable talent pipelines to avoid disruption to your hiring process.

Participants will step away from this session with resources to help their team pivot towards non-traditional pathways while considering future hiring needs. And ideas to help restructure talent pipelines to ensure they are engaging internal talent, accessing a more diverse selection of candidates through experience and aptitude based hiring methods.

FIND THE CONVERSATION HERE

FEATURING

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Paige Cox Lisk

Chief Strategy Officer I Catalyte

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Tim Butler,

Senior Technical Sourcer I New Relic

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Lena Battan

Board Member & Community Advisor I PWA + TechTown

ABOUT CATALYTE

Catalyte finds and develops technology talent others can’t. Its Odyssey workforce development platform provides new opportunities for exceptional tech talent and powers transformational software engineering ‒ when, where and how it’s needed. The company uses AI to close the talent gap and produce sustainable and diverse technology workforces. With development centers in Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Denver, Phoenix-Scottsdale and Portland, Ore., Catalyte offers a range of specialized engineering services that accelerate business outcomes.

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