Webinar: The future of work and your talent pipeline - What is COVID-19 teaching us?Export this event to calendar

Thursday, September 17, 2020 — 1:00 PM EDT

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Join us for a webinar on the future of work and your talent pipeline as we launch the University of Waterloo’s Work-Learn Institute. Learn more about the Work-Learn Institute and access leading research insights and student/employer perspectives that highlight what is changing in the world of work. This webinar is also accredited for HRPA Continuing Professional Development hours and co-hosted by HRD Canada.

Register today to discover how employers are attracting, recruiting and retaining young talent in today’s challenging market disrupted by COVID-19.

Other topics include:

  • Key trends in the future of work and the connections to co-op/work-integrated learning
  • Talents needed for Gen Z to be successful in the future workplace
  • What Gen Z is thinking in light of COVID-19

Speakers:

  • Judene Pretti (Director, Work-Learn Institute)
  • Norah McRae (Associate Provost, Co-operative and Experiential Education)
  • Emma Surich (Talent Acquisition, ecobee)
  • Selena Latchman (Developer, Shopify)
  • Andrew MacMillan (mechanical engineering graduate)

Registration required to receive custom access link to the free webinar event.

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