Like many companies, Panorama Education had major shifts in both their business and recruitment needs within the last few years. After a period of steady and significant growth, Panorama’s reach has expanded dramatically in the past 18 months as it emerged as the leading provider of social-emotional assessment tools for schools. The pandemic not only changed how Panorama worked; it also made the need for its products even more pressing for schools as they address the impacts of two years of pandemic learning on students.
Panorama now serves 15 million students in 1500 school districts across all 50 states. This equates to more than 25% of K – 12 students in the country. With the recent launch of its fourth product line, focused on supporting positive behavior in schools through research-based practices, the market continues to expand.
With this increased and growing client demand, the company’s need for tech talent, especially in engineering, product, and design, has skyrocketed.
In response to the pandemic, and to its growing business needs, Panorama transitioned to a remote-first work model. The company knew this would allow it to expand the pipeline of new employees and retain existing talent.
The challenge now was to leverage its growth, its mission-driven focus, and its commitment to a remote-first workforce to strengthen its recruitment strategies and meet its talent needs.
While the Panorama people team had a prior relationship with Built In, it has leaned much more heavily on the Built In resource to meet their new recruiting challenges.