Posted April 2020
Most of Europe is holding its breath, as the coronavirus pandemic controls societies and economies. The race is on to flatten the curve, while life sciences companies, charitable foundations, national regulators and the World Health Organization are working together to accelerate the development, manufacture, and delivery of vaccines, diagnostics, and treatments.
While this vital work must continue, the public health crisis has dramatically impacted the way that many businesses operate. We are now witnessing the largest working-from-home population in human history. More than ever, companies must find creative ways to attract and secure business critical talent to keep innovating vital products and bringing them to market for the benefit of society and their bottom line. “Every business in the life sciences industry will be affected in some way by the Covid-19 pandemic,” says Zach Stamp, Executive Director of EPM Scientific, “but regardless of the short term disruption causes, all companies will still wish to identify and acquire the best talent in the market.”
Download this guide to discover the latest hiring trends and how life sciences companies are adapting their recruitment processes in this challenging time.