of the workforce is planning to make a major career transition post-pandemic.
Average cost of recruiting a mid-career engineer, which can be two to three times higher than reskilling.
Reason people leave jobs is lack of challenging work or opportunities.
of employees would stay at a job longer if it invested in their career.
Over a one-hour lunch presentation shared either virtually or in-person, you promote your company, culture, and opportunities within your organization. As a hiring partner, you get the chance to network with students in the program and highlight what it’s like working at your company.
Employer Showcases are an in-depth preview prior to the interviewing process. This works both ways: you get to attract and meet potential hires, and students get to hear from a potential employer. Both your business and your future hires benefit from an Employer Showcase.
By presenting your goals and values, you attract potential employees who would love to be a part of your team. Our students then can research more about your company, and identify themselves as a good fit when it comes to an interview.
An Employer Showcase is a great opportunity to set the foundation for your future tech workforce before diving into interviews. Become a desired employer, find employees who self identify as a fit for your organization, and create interest in your roles.
Present an Employer Showcase to invest in your hiring future.
Showcase your company and meet potential hires from all over the country.
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Tech Elevator releases its 2021 Annual Alumni Status Report.
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