(VIDEO) Growing Your Life Science Business in a Talent-Short Market

Sam Barry our consultant managing the role
Author: Sam Barry
Posting date: 20/09/2019
Proclinical host a panel discussion with senior HR leaders

When critical positions in any life sciences organisation remain vacant, innovation can be severely impacted. This is a reality that many employers across the industry face right now. Keeping up with an ever-changing landscape, where experts in certain areas can be few and far between is a challenge for many and this is significantly amplified when the business is undergoing rapid growth. What can managers and talent acquisition teams do to address the challenges of a talent-short market?

Proclinical were joined at the 2019 LEAP HR Life Sciences Conference in Boston, Massachusetts by an expert panel with a wealth of knowledge and experience in tackling these challenges: Nicole Barna (VP Head of Human Resources, Codiak Biosciences), Donna Vieraitis (Head of Human Resources, Servier Pharmaceuticals) and Carolyn Pastore (Director, Talent Acquisition and Human Resources, Blueprint Medicines).

Watch the video of our discussion on how life science companies can overcome internal and external challenges to expand their businesses internationally. Our panellists address the daily challenges that HR and talent acquisition teams face, such as how to differentiate your organisation against others competing for the same individuals, their key considerations for entering international markets and ways to engage internal stakeholders to align processes, culture and values.