Join Symba and URx for a riveting roundtable on July 26th, 2022! Early Talent programs are crucial to the diversity efforts and overall growth for organizations, and internship programs have proven to be critical to employee recruitment and retention, but are often the first to be eliminated during economic downturns. This makes it all the more important to understand how leaders can sustain buy-in during these times.. This session will embrace three formats, beginning with a 20 minute panel, followed by a Q&A, and a roundtable discussion. Learn from Richard Cho, Chief Recruiting Officer at Gem, and Emil Yeargin, VP of Talent at Gusto, and apply their insights to your early talent program.
Chief Recruiting Officer at Gem
Richard Cho is a 20-year recruiting veteran, who has worked through a total of three economic downturns over the course of his career, which has spanned some of the hottest hyper-growth tech companies including eBay, Facebook, and Robinhood. At Robinhood, he grew the team from 400 to 4,000 people. He is now the first-ever C-level recruiting executive at Gem, as its Chief Recruiting Officer.
VP, Talent at Gusto
Emil Yeargin is the VP of Talent at Gusto and is currently based in San Francisco, CA. Emil brings over a decade of experience in technical and engineering recruiting, as well as product, security, and analytics. Prior to joining Gusto, Emil was a recruiting leader at well-known tech companies, such as Lyft, Okta, and Zenefits, and has been featured in various talent summits and podcasts, sharing his expertise.
Symba is an all-in-one enterprise internship management platform. Our solution manages the logistics of internships from training to project management and engagement to feedback. We help organizations execute internship programs with ease while ensuring valuable learning experiences for interns. We are creating valuable experiences, one internship at a time.
Innovative Management Platform for Early Career Programs
Using Symba, you can easily onboard interns, provide resources, manage projects, build consistent feedback loops, and foster community and engagement. By consolidating program management tools, customers have reported spending 80% less time on onboarding and 35% less time on directly managing their interns.
In addition, you can track key success metrics and the long-term impact of your early career talent programs. 90% of organizations using Symba have increased program satisfaction, and customers have reported an average of 20% increase in intern-to-full-time hire conversion rates.