Graduate Recruitment Forum 2012 – Documentation

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Graduate recruiters are finding it increasingly hard to attract the right volume and quality of candidates and are fearful that the increasing tuition fees may deter people from going to university. The current climate has redefined the position of graduates within the workplace and in doing so has bought forward a variety of new challenges making attracting, recruiting and engaging the exceptional talent more difficult.

The event will examine issues such as creating a successful graduate programme as well as developing and engaging graduates. Featuring best practice case studies from many leading employers including Teach First, HSBC Bank plc and J.P. Morgan.

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



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The “Graduate Recruitment Forum 2014”  documentation includes the following sessions:

Session 1

Practical Tips on Successful Graduate Recruitment

James Darley, Director of Graduate Recruitment

Teach First

Session 2

Innovations That Get You Noticed On Campus

Aaliya Jetha, Sourcing Lead and Kate Flury, Marketing Specialist


Session 3

How can SME’s Compete with Big Brands?

Amy Thomas, Head of EMEA Employer Brand

J.P. Morga

Session 4

Recruiting from Alternative Talent Pools

Ashley Hever, European Talent Acquisition Manager

Enterprise Rent-A-Car

Session 5

How Organisations can work with Universities to Improve the Employability of its Students

Susan Reed, Careers Advisor


Session 6

Building a Future- Focused Recruitment Process

Matthew Parker, Graduate Recruitment Manager and Georgina Kvassay, Senior Manager,Recruitment and Resourcing


 Session 7

How do we Find the Quality among Many Applicants

Philip Wilson, Chief Psychologist

Cabinet Office

 Session 8

Social Media to Engage with Graduates

Rebecca Gloyne, Global Talent Acquisition Manager (Digital Marketing)



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