March 2020, Vol. 247, No. 3

Features

Taking Responsibility for Next Generation of Pipeline Talent

By James Leigh, Recruiting Specialist, ABN Resource As the discussion around the skills gap in pipeline continues, clients ask me what they should be doing as a business to attract new talent, and how they can help those from outside the industry transition into a career in the market. Recruiting specifically for pipeline also means I hear from individuals on the opposite side of the fence, those who are fresh from university or trained in a different discipline, looking for advice on how to upskill or move into the industry. From my experience, both sides have an important part to play. Pipeline companies have a responsibility to showcase the market as an attractive place to work (suc

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