On Thursday, March 11th, we hosted the second of our HE Recruitment 2021 webinar series, Rebuilding the Workforce.
Watch the webinar now and hear from the following participants:
GRAEME HUNTER EY LLP
Graeme Hunter leads EY’s People Consulting business for education, policing and local government and our Organisation Design Community of Practice.
He is passionate about using the power of EY and consulting to improve how organisations recruit, lead and manage their people, and has twenty years’ experience in lead clients and their people through complex change, redesigning their organisations to deliver their purpose and strategy.
He is currently helping police clients to create new partnerships with higher education, to transform how they recruit and develop new officers. He lives in Northumberland and looks forward to a time when he can meet people face to face again!
Changes in the nature of work, and the impact of Covid-19, have put higher education under pressure. Looking to the future, this session will look at the key things HEs will need to consider in rebuilding the workforce. How could you better balance demand for capabilities with supply of talent? How could you plan for a future where the nature of work is changing – not just its location? And what could this mean for how HR operates in the future?
You can download Graemes presentation here
Senior Economist at the OECD
Stijn is a Senior Economist at the OECD, where he leads the organisation’s Future of Work Initiative. He co-edited and co-authored the 2019 Employment Outlook on the Future of Work.
He is currently in charge of a large programme of work on the impact of Artificial Intelligence on the labour market. Other current research projects focus on new forms of work and the gig economy. He holds a PhD in Economics from Royal Holloway, University of London. From 2006 to 2010 he worked as an economic advisor on higher education in the UK Civil Service.
You can download Stijns presentation here.
Our next webinar, HR Managers’ Open Forum will be held on Thursday, March 18th at 12-1pm (GMT)