The Talent Shortage is Here to Stay
The talent shortage continues to place a heavier and heavier burden on the economy and as companies struggle to find the talent they need, now is the time to invest in new and more strategic approaches to developing an early talent pipeline.
In this paper, we lay out the four key things that you can do to connect to a new generation of talent. Much of this is driven by data we have collected over the past few years combined with insight gained from helping companies, colleges, and cities develop better strategies and methods for winning with Gen Z.
Key Drivers of the Talent Shortage
How to Address the Talent Shortage
To recruit the talent you need tomorrow, you need to start building relationships today. Tallo has been working with companies for years and we’ve figured out the secret sauce for an early talent recruitment strategy. It starts with making connections early and often so that talent is ready for you when you need them.
The Early Talent Playbook
Explore the Data.
Hear from Jennifer Kolb, VP of Business Development at Tallo, and Ashley Dye, VP of Data Insights, and learn more about the methodology and data behind the paper, plus, how companies can build a strategy to connect with high school and college-age students early and often.
How to Think Like a Marketer
How can companies and colleges reach a new generation of talent? First, you need a marketing mindset. The modern HR professional is, in many ways, a marketer. You need to get your company in front of the relevant audience in ways that make your company attractive to the talent you’re trying to recruit.