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No matter how unprecedented the economy may be, talented people are still in high demand. With the amount of open U.S. jobs continuing to exceed the number of available candidates, attracting and paying for the talent that matches your business’s needs and budget may seem like a complicated problem – but the solution is simpler than you might expect.
The intersection of healthcare and technology has given rise to the HealthTech industry, a space that is rapidly revolutionizing how we approach healthcare. For those considering new career paths – whether you’re just getting started with your career journey or looking to make a change – HealthTech provides a wide range of career opportunities.
Economic conditions are challenging the life sciences industry in unprecedented ways. Yesterday’s solutions will not solve today’s business challenges. The days of “finger in the wind” headcount planning exercises are over. It’s time to stop relying on the friends and family plan (i.e. hire who you know) and instead take a more disciplined approach to determining what roles are needed, who to hire, and when.
We’re wrapping up our Mix Tape mini-series by breaking down how to build Career Development tools that engage your team and boost retention. In this episode, Valerie is joined by Mix Talent’s Head of HR, Daryl Neville, and our Director of Leadership & Culture, Sara Shondrick, PhD to discuss different types of training, how to assess training needs, and how to prioritize and work together to figure out strategies that bridge the gap between where you are and where you want to be.
With remote work taking over the international workforce, how does a company stay connected? Managing and engaging with a geographically diverse team happens every day at Mix Talent, so Valerie sits down with Todd Radloff, Head of Client Solutions and Delivery, as well as Patty Adams, Head of HR Consulting, to discuss Mix’s approach and other helpful strategies for other organizations learning how to navigate remote teams.
Mix Talent is recognizing Rare Disease Day 2024 by celebrating rare heroes from across the country whose initiative, advocacy, and perseverance are making a difference in the lives of others.
After the positive reception to our inaugural Trends Report, we’re excited to introduce our 2024 Trends Report. Beyond reporting on what we learned, we have also added commentary throughout based on what we have seen transpire in life sciences talent this past year and how we expect it to evolve in the year to come.
In part 2 of our Special Edition Series - Cell and Gene Tx Journey to Commercialization - Abbey Jenkins (CEO, Gamida Cell) and Izzy Tyszler (VP of Commercial, Zevra Therapeutics) join ADVI Health’s Director of Health Policy and Reimbursement, Alicia Silver, to discuss commercialization of gene and cell therapies. Abbey and Izzy share their key learnings from past experiences leading commercial teams, including advice on how best to prepare for commercialization.
Periods of organizational or personal change demand executives and other corporate leaders to guide themselves and their teams through unpredictable challenges. During these times of instability, transitional coaching gives leaders the tools and clarity to navigate confidently through the turbulence.
Welcome back to The Mix Tape! In this 2-part special edition, Mix Talent teamed up with ADVI Health to bring together women leaders in Cell and Gene Therapy to discuss the journey from manufacturing to commercialization. This series will feature insights from our incredible guests on their learnings from past experiences, tips and tricks, and anticipated trends in biotech.
Mix Talent President Mickey Shimp shares the simple-but-effective advice his dad, Paul Shimp, gave him about being successful – and how that advice is put into action by the Mix O/S.