ISE Public Sector Group meeting
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ISE Public Sector Group meeting

28/11/2019
When: Thursday, 28 November 2019
14:30-17:00
Where: Civil Service
8th Floor
Bush House
London WC2B 4RD
United Kingdom
Contact: Anna Szyperska
020 7033 2460


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Within this 2.5-hour session we covered some of the hottest issues in the Public sector in the student recruitment and development industry with insight into the latest trends.

 

 

Agenda

14:30 – 15:30 - Insights into the ISE Recruitment survey 2019 (sector specific)

 

Tristram Hooley, Chief Research Officer, ISE

 

(Presentation slides available to ISE members only)

 

15:30 – 15:45 – Refreshment break

 

15:45 – 17:00 – Round table discussion

 

  • New campaign into changing their diversity - Maria DonovanUnlocked 
  • Short update on how Frontline have used a digital agency this year - Katherine Hennessy, Frontline
  • Technology developments/chatbots - Katryna Smyth, Police Now
  • New brand and campaign - Jonathan Dando,Teach First 
  • Candidate facing technologies. Examples of what Teach First have been doing in the last year - Chrissie Warren, Teach First
  • Gender diversity in the public sector – challenge around recruiting men
  • Review of the last season – what were the challenges and are they making any changes of the back them? 
    The number of reneges have been on the increase.  How are companies managing this situation and what effect is it having?

 

Members' testimonials

"Good range of topics covered."

"Useful information & helpful discussion."

 

 

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