Arvensis Partners hosted the Battery Talent Insights Day 2021 last week. It was the first conference of its kind, presenting unique insights into the candidate sentiments related to recruitment within the battery sector.
Data-driven decision making for hiring managers and HR
The conference was based on a unique data set collected by Arvensis Partners in partnership with Battery Associates in its initial research project dedicated to understanding how candidates behave in relation to their employment, their career planning, and crucially, what attracts them in employers moving them from passive to active in relation to job search.
The Key Trends for Battery Recruitment
The data collected by contacting over 2500 battery professionals revealed 3 key trends which drive candidates’ decision making:
Salary and benefits, equality
Diversity, Equality and Inclusion
Employer branding / purpose.
Panelists from Faradion, Tesla, BASF, Samsung, and Battery Associates were joined by coaches such as Miriam Luke from GFB, Ruth Harrison from Thoughtworks and Hilary Gee to discuss how to overcome the challenges in the three key areas.
Missed the Conference? No problem!
The sessions will be released in video format over the coming weeks. Follow us on LinkedIn to be the first to know when the session is available.
Get the Report
In the meantime, the Battery Talent Report 2021 is available to request here.
Arvensis is a purpose-led recruitment firm that supports clients with talent searches in core sustainability markets such as mining, battery & battery recycling, energy, and travel.
Arvensis applies deep scientific knowledge at the core of the delivery function, combined with a solid research methodology and partnership ethos. This allows the successful delivery of complex talent searches in scientific markets, in particular in mining and battery recruitment.
Arvensis Partners is delighted to announce a partnership with Battery Associates to complete a global candidate survey that aims for a more transparent employment ecosystem in the battery sector. Read more →