COVID-19: Summer Internships & Early Career Recruiting
The current COVID-19 crisis has come with many difficult decisions on how we handle our current workforce. But what about those who haven't joined the workforce yet? Many companies began selecting their 2020 class of interns and new graduate talent months ago and are struggling with how to handle things in the current climate. How can we provide the best experience for individuals that represent the future of our company, with the knowledge that the typical programs will have to be tremendously altered or cancelled?
Join Jennifer Tracy, Vice President of Recruiting Solutions at Spectrum, Carter Bradley, Founder & Partner at Ivy Research Council, and TALK's own Lori Murin, as we explore our options on how to best accommodate 2020 interns and graduates. About the Panelists:
Carter Bradley Carter is one of the co-founders of Ivy Research Council(IRC). IRC was started in 2016 to advise the country's top companies and professional firms on their largest university recruiting and entry-level talent issues. Each year, IRC runs scores of research studies on hundreds of college campuses across the country, interviewing and surveying thousands of students, to advise its client membership on their top issues - diversity recruiting, attracting technical talent, virtual recruiting strategies, retention, and many others.
IRC’s client membership consists of 150+ university recruiting and TA leaders from dozens of industries. IRC’s role is that of a research advisor – to study the issues its members deem most pressing and bring them the most effective strategies their peers are using in their recruiting efforts. To that end, Carter conducts hundreds of conversations yearly with university recruiting leaders to present new findings, hear about their largest university recruiting issues, and advise them on the strategies of their peers.
To learn more about how IRC supports its membership, contact Mary Heath Manning at: [email protected].
Jennifer is the Vice President of Recruiting Solutions for Charter Communications. In this role, Ms. Tracy migrated three talent acquisition teams to a common Talent Platform and Employment Brand to deliver programs, tools, pre-employment assessments, recruitment marketing and a Social Media Strategy the organization to hire the best talent.
Prior to this role Ms. Tracy was the Senior Director of Talent Acquisition and Diversity for Bright House Networks, which was acquired by Charter in May 2016. Her prior experiences include recruitment and operational leadership roles at Comcast Corporation, L Brands and Aramark Corporation.
Ms. Tracy’s expertise ranges from all levels of hiring from hourly to executive talent with an emphasis in talent systems, talent pipeline programs and employment branding. She holds a Bachelor of Science and an MBA, both from The Pennsylvania State University.
Lori Murin Lori is a Senior Director at TALK and VP of Customer Success at RecruitiFi, which is a platform that enables companies to manage all agency recruiters more efficiently, saving time, money and improving candidate quality. RecruitiFi is used by hundreds of Fortune 5000 companies and over 20K agencies on a global basis. To learn more, schedule a time to chat with Lori.