Graduate recruitment must adapt to keep up with the demands of the new, value-driven cohort, that is Gen Z.
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A quarter of 18 to 34-year-olds say they have gone to work still feeling drunk after boozy nights out over the past 12 months.
Expert advice on how to lure millennials into your organisation
Why are young people confused?
The vast majority of people living in Britain feel life is considerably more stressful than a decade ago and that younger Brits between 25 and 34 years old are more stressed than the rest of the population.
Over 30 businesses and 12,000 young people have joined the ‘WE can’ campaign to provide opportunities and practical advice on securing work placements, including how to make the most of the experience.
Workplace advisory service Acas have launched new free guidance on UN International Youth Day to help businesses know the special rules that apply when employing young workers.
Increasing numbers of UK employers are turning to young workers to fill their skills gaps, signalling the end of an austere decade for young jobseekers, new research from the CIPD finds.
Young employee participation in workplace pensions has reached its highest level in a decade, according to new figures from ONS.
The financial advice sector is in danger of becoming exclusively the domain of the wealthy unless more is done to attract more young workers into the sector, warns independent financial advice organisation.
Young employees are worried about their future career opportunities when facing a future of an older workforce that could block their career opportunities.
Young job seekers don’t know how to secure a job according to the latest survey. Recruitment company Adecco has launched their own Way to Work initiative in the hopes of tackling this issue by improving young people’s confidence and knowledge.
A recent report has found that communication skills, resilience and team working are somewhat lacking in the younger workforce.
Young adults are having to take up a second job in order to pay the bills.
As students head back to school and university, new research has revealed that landing the right job is the most important goal for young people to achieve. The nationwide study commissioned by leading job site Indeed.com found that over a third (35%) of 18-30 year old Brits claim landing the right job is a higher…