Qualified and experienced talent is hard to come by in the life sciences industry—yet it’s the kind of talent employers need to keep operations running. However, recent surveys suggest a large segment of life sciences talent is on the move. According to the 2014 Kelly Global Workforce Index, an overwhelming 63 percent of life sciences workers across the globe intend to look for another job with a different organization within the next 12 months. Moreover, 40 percent frequently think of leaving their current jobs. These numbers indicate that in general, employers run the risk of high attrition rates and the corresponding high costs of finding replacements for employees who leave.
One way to combat high attrition rates is to create a talent strategy that engages candidates from the very beginning of the talent acquisition process. This means projecting an attractive employer brand at every step of the recruitment journey. Let’s take a closer look at five factors that engage talent from the first moment of contact.
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