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Welcome to our Early Careers Week home page
Welcome to the Early Careers Special Edition home page. Our special edition runs for a whole week and takes a look at the key Early Careers issues and trends in 2017.
HRreview is this week taking an in-depth look at how the area is developing quickly as apprenticeships change the paths people take after they leave the educational system, and companies introduce early careers strategy and training into their businesses to mentor and foster talent to bridge the skills gaps they have in their organisation.
Many companies now also recognise the importance of integrating social mobility into the workforce, not only for commercial reasons but also to highlight corporate social responsibility and improve employer brand of choice.
This edition includes exclusive content from HR professionals speaking at our leading early careers summit including James Thickett from PepsiCo, Philip Paige from JP Morgan and Jeffery Lovejoy from the FDM Group.
All this and much more. We hope you enjoy the issue.
Special edition content
Links will appear on this page to all of the feature content related to our early careers focus this week as they are published, with a whole range of features, news, opinion and analysis to look out for. Of course, you can get all of those features straight away by downloading the special edition PDF.
Edwina McQueen:How to develop a high quality apprenticeship system
Fiona Miller: Feeding Britain’s Future
Ben Bengougam: Connect, Prepare, Employ: one million young people by 2019
Judith Hicks & Shelby Roberts: Inspiring Governance: The benefits of volunteering in schools
The Early Careers Week Poll
This special edition has been brought to you in association with leading HR conference company, Symposium. The download contains a preview of their highly regarded Early Careers Development Summit 2017. The conference takes place on 6th July at the Chelsea Harbour Hotel, London. Full details of the conference can be found here.
As a media partner for the conference event, HRreview has a special offer available for our readers.
Simply make a booking for the conference and enter the voucher code "ECSE2017" or quote this code when booking by telephone, to save £50 off the conference price.
Next Special Edition
Our next special edition and focus week runs in August, when we will be looking at the key areas of innovation in recruitment.
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