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Succession planning is a critical process for any organisation to ensure its long-term sustainability and success. Failing to engage in effective succession planning can pose significant risks and...

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The early careers recruitment industry had their latest annual summit in Manchester on 12th-13th June. Over two days there were 400 delegates and 200 joining virtually to refresh their industry...

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As the marketing executive at GRB, I spoke to four fantastic candidates, from our 50 Rising Stars, about what they are looking for in their first graduate employer, what would deter them, how they...

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The Early Talent industry had their first in-person annual get together at The Grand in Brighton on 28-27th June. Over two days there were 400 attendees and 250 joining virtually to get their finger...

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As the marketing executive at GRB, I spoke to three fantastic candidates, from our 50 Rising Stars, about what they are looking for in their first graduate employer, what would deter them, how they...

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As the marketing assistant at GRB, I spoke to three fantastic candidates, from our 50 Rising Stars, about what they are looking for in their first graduate employer, what would deter them, how they...

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Has your graduate talent pool dried up? This year we’ve noticed a lot of recruiters turning to GRB as their applications were a lot LOWER than they were used to. This is baffling to them as reports...

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As a reputable employer with many accolades, the calibre of graduates you are seeking will very likely be interviewing elsewhere and begin to attract a number of competing job offers. So, that’s the...

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‘I would prefer even to fail with honour than to win by cheating.’ Sophocles.

With graduates desperate to start their career with leading employers, a small percentage may resort to short cuts and...

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Elliott was chosen as one of our top 50 graduating students for our Rising Star programme and was quickly snapped up by a recruiter. Read on to hear Elliott’s incredible journey to launching his...

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The war for graduate talent has stepped up a gear. Competition is now fiercer than ever with companies across the globe widening their net to recruit graduates who can work remotely. To compete on...

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What effect has the pandemic had on the careers of millions of workers? We have all been affected in one way or another by the huge changes this episode has created, be it on a personal level and/or...

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Today marks the start of GRB's campaign #helpthecovidgeneration. We are on a mission to help even more graduate job seekers who have been affected by the pandemic. We will build on this foundation day...

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You've made your office covid secure and you are about to welcome your staff back but have you thought about running mini-inductions for returners?

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Interest in virtual interviews is reaching fever pitch amongst graduate recruiters in the UK right now. In order for you to get the results you want, our advice is to carefully consider several...

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If you are looking for a workaround as you cannot interview or meet students and graduates in person as a result of Coronavirus COVID-19, then a digital assessment centre or interview solution can...

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Each year Cambridge University Computer Department invite companies to challenge second year computer science students with real world business problems. With 21 groups each working on a variety of...

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In a recent study conducted by CEBR, schools across the UK have been studied to determine their technological proficiency and if they are prepared to train students for the careers of the future. In...

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After all the time and effort you have spent recruiting your dream graduate the last thing you want is a rejection of your job offer.

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Discover three insights on what graduate recruiters' look for when they hire graduate trainees from the YouthSight HE Insight Hub event at the University of Leicester.

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