Leading graduate recruiters such as Avios, Barclays, Expedia and McDonalds were treated to an engaging presentation about student behaviour at the recent invite-only Graduate Recruiters Network (GRN): Live event in London. Presented by Kings College London and research firm YouthSight, I have summarised the two hour event into four tips that can make a difference to your graduate recruitment in 2016.
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"High Fliers have recently released their 2016 annual Graduate Market Report, so we've taken the opportunity to reflect on their 2006 report. So what's changed in a decade of graduate recruitment? Quite a lot actually..."
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Leading graduate recruiters such as IBM, Marks and Spencer and Adobe recently had the pleasure of attending an historic event - a presentation by the current and past CEOs of AGR (Association of Graduate Recruiters).
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