Brittany RamseyDirector University Relations and Partnerships
Brittany started her career at a non-profit as a clinical therapist for adolescents, and soon after found herself on a path into recruitment. Now with over 9 years of recruitment experience, Brittany has worked within supply chain & logistics, zulily and the last 5 years at L’Oreal all in various roles in Talent Acquisition. During her time at L’Oreal, Brittany has recruited across every function, with a strong focus on Marketing, Digital and Supply Chain. More recently she moved into a new role as the Director of University Relations & Partnerships, in which she leads the university strategy for all functional partners at L’Oreal USA including HBCU partnerships, diversity activations with NGOs and Student organizations, and other early careers activations. Brittany’s approach has always been multi-faceted and her success comes from strong business partnership, employer branding strategies, and leveraging digital recruitment tools. She is passionate about young helping professionals, and as a side hustle spends her free time coaching women on purpose and mindset in their careers.
4:50 p.m.–5:45 p.m. Pacific —
Hire for potential and not experience. Early career talent – someone typically in the workforce for less than a year – will bring enthusiasm and innovation to your organization. But early career talent's digital experience means that they interact with your brand and hiring experience differently from previous generations. This generation of workers expect a consumer-like digital experience. When they have questions, they want immediate answers and avenues to find those answers.
Join us for this panel to learn how to leverage early career and University Relations as a talent attraction channel. Panelists will discuss:
Tips for using using employer brand and talent marketing technology to attract emerging talent
How to communicate a compelling employee value proposition (EVP) to early career candidates
Onboarding strategies to retain early talent