Gen Z Talent and Remote Work – What Waterloo’s data is telling us

Join this session to hear the latest insights about how Gen Z has adapted to learning and working remotely during the pandemic. We will also share new data collected from students who worked for US organizations, highlighting trends related to recruitment, onboarding and overall student experience. Plus, hear directly from Waterloo co-op students about their remote work experiences.
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URx Conference 2021: Session

The University of Waterloo operates the world’s largest co-op program of its kind. With more than 25,000 students employed in four-month paid work term experiences each year, Waterloo manages more than 27,000 job postings and 99,000 interviews annually. This provides valuable data and insights into how organizations recruit and onboard young talent, along with early access to Gen Z talent willing to share their experiences. Join this session to hear the latest insights about how Gen Z has adapted to learning and working remotely during the pandemic. We will also share new data collected from students who worked for US organizations, highlighting trends related to recruitment, onboarding and overall student experience. Plus, hear directly from Waterloo co-op students about their remote work experiences.