How BP Maintained Continuity with Campus Recruiting
The landscape of campus recruiting in the spring of 2020 changed overnight with college campuses closed and students finishing their semesters online. Since nearly half of graduate hiring is done through onsite campus visits, companies are now required to re-think their campus strategies. Virtual recruitment allows organizations such as BP to maintain talent continuity during changing times.
Join BP and HireVue as we discuss
- How the campus recruiting team at BP interviewed and hired graduate talent during a crisis that shut down the city of Houston and left everyone working from home.
- How they maintained their recruiting season with a virtual model and hit all critical metrics without stepping foot on campus.
- What changes BP has made to their processes in the current COVID-19 recruiting environment.
Dina Taylor, Vice President of Solution Architecture, HireVue
Dina and her team build compelling business cases, design process, run consulting workshops, and ultimately convert concepts and ideas into strategies and execution plans. Dina has 15 years experience working with some of the world's largest businesses, and is passionate about transforming organizations with re-imagined process and technology.
Rebecca Wright, Early Careers Specialist, BP
With six years working for major corporations, Rebecca Wright now oversees BP’s Early Careers recruitment in the Americas region for Subsurface, Wells, and the Digital functions in Upstream. She also manages campus recruitment for all Early Careers roles in Trinidad & Tobago. From a campus perspective, she manages campus relations in the US with University of Oklahoma and Colorado School of Mines in addition to two main campuses in Trinidad & Tobago, University of West Indies – St. Augustine and University of Trinidad & Tobago.