Graduate Recruitment & Development 2010 – Documentation

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With fewer positions available and most organisation’s receiving a 100% increase in graduate job applications, identifying and attracting the best candidate is increasingly difficult. To add to the challenge, Personnel Today has recently reported that 1 in 3 graduates believe their employer has not met their expectations. So, what can be done to ensure you are reaching current demands effectively?

This presentation will give you the chance to learn from fellow recruitment and development professionals about the strategies that they have developed to create attractive and successful graduate campaigns: dealing with high volumes of applications; identifying the right talent; engaging with generation ‘y’; and examining how you can improve the return on your graduate proposition.

You can purchase the conference documentation as provided to delegates, including the presentation slides (as a PDF).

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The “Graduate Recruitment & Development 2010″ conference documentation includes the following sessions:

Session 1

Delivering volume recruitment on a shoe string

James Darley, Director of Graduate

Recruitment Teach First

Session 2

Clarifying your Employer Brand

Nicky Ivory-Chapman, Resourcing and Reputation Consultant

McDonald’s Restaurants

Session 3

Assessing Graduates’ Motivation

Ben Jackson, Head of Business Development GradWeb and Tim Janes Head of EMEA Resourcing


Session 4

Developing World Class Graduate Assessments

Ed Hurst, Managing Consultant


Session 5

Examining the Future for Graduates in a Global Market Place

Ian Massey, Head of Professional Resourcing, EMEA, HR – Talent Resourcing & Development


Session 6

Building a Talent Pipeline into Insurance

Jennifer Crane, Graduate Recruitment and Development Adviser

Lloyds of London

Session 7

Graduates – A Development Journey

David Burrows, Development Scheme Manager



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