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Building capacity in a time of turbulence: the case for developing graduate programmes

Indsendt af Lucia Iacovone 4 uger 1 dag siden

Onsdag 11 november 2020

As Ireland continues to grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic and its wider effects on society, nonprofit organisations are feeling the impact of the pandemic on a number of fronts including increased demand for services while adapting to new ways of working. 

In order to meet both current and future challenges, having the right people with the right mix of skills coupled with the ability to adapt and grow is arguably becoming more essential. In a time of crisis however, entry-level resourcing and developing organisational capacity are often neglected and viewed as discretionary. 

In this session chaired by For Purpose, The Wheel will be joined by an esteemed panel of experts with direct experience of the graduate landscape who will be sharing their insight on graduate programmes, the impact COVID-19 is having on graduate employment and why building capacity during a turbulent period is key for organisations in preparing for the future and meeting present challenges.  

This online event is a must for any organisation considering their entry-level resourcing plans, graduate recruitment/programmes and talent planning for the needs of their organisation.

How to register

Register on this page to secure your place. The Wheel will be in touch before the event with instructions and login details. Please note that this online event will not be recorded.  

Venue: Online

Free to attend

Date: 11th November 2020 – 10am to 11am.

Register HERE.

Tilrettelagt af: 
The Wheel
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