Rethinking Life-science's talent search

With the ever changing evolution of the gig economy, many industries have had to adjust to meet the demands of the market to continue to ensure that they were still hiring top talents, that goes for industries like Pharma and Biotech. As outlined in this Pharma Exec article published this year, Pharma has been considered the employer of choice for a long time, an industry where many employees would jumpstart their careers as they sought the opportunity to grow within a company or move comfortably to another industry employer. 

Rethinking Life-science's talent search

With the ever changing evolution of the gig economy, many industries have had to adjust to meet the demands of the market to continue to ensure that they were still hiring top talents, that goes for industries like Pharma and Biotech. As outlined in this Pharma Exec article published this year, Pharma has been considered the employer of choice for a long time, an industry where many employees would jumpstart their careers as they sought the opportunity to grow within a company or move comfortably to another industry employer. 

Just-In-Time Delivery: Transforming Life Science Talent Engagement

Today, more and more life science companies are accelerating their development timelines through the use of a leaner, faster-paced approach to talent recruitment and team-building. This model is made possible by both advances in recruiting technology and the influx of many highly skilled consultants who have actively chosen to make consulting work their "full time" job.

Working Toward a Successful IND Filing: A Clora Case Study

This venture-backed, clinical stage company is developing novel delivery approaches to cell therapy. Their lead product is being developed to treat Acute Kidney Injury (AKI), the sudden loss of kidney function that can occur following cardiac surgery.

Clora has worked on 3 projects with this company relating to the filing of their IND and the execution of their early stage clinical programs.

How the Skills Based Economy Is Transforming the Life Science Industry

Life science industry professionals are fortunate that they’re able to enjoy rewarding careers as they work to bring new therapies to market to help improve human lives.

However, when it comes to bringing these new therapies to market quickly and efficiently, there is ample room for all of us in this industry to do better.

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