New study looks at the sentiment of graduates working in a number of different sectors, as well as their key motivators and stressors. Find out more about it here.
What do employers think the differences between graduates, apprentices and school leavers are at the early stages of their careers?
Nearly two-thirds of graduates planning to join the banking sector have experienced mental health issues
New study reveals shocking statistics about the mental health of students and graduates planning to apply for a job within the banking industry in the UK.
This summit will bring together industry leading businesses including IBM and Sky.
How can you support your graduates in the workplace?
Graduate recruitment must adapt to keep up with the demands of the new, value-driven cohort, that is Gen Z.
Will Brexit impact the filling of the ever increasing number of graduate and apprentice roles?
New research shows that one in five Generation Z applicants are dropping out of recruitment.
University is an excellent investment for women, says new national study.
The webinar will present an opportunity for you to address your own thoughts and challenges around hiring and retaining graduates.
1/3 graduates believe confidence is the top skill they need to excel in their career, yet a lack of confidence is holding back more women (41%) than men (28%)
Five tips can help your organisation to stand out from the crowd and recruit talented graduates, says Suzanne Courtney.
New research from graduate jobs board Milkround has revealed that almost one in three (27%) are worried they will lose out on roles to other applicants who can afford to accept a poorly paid internship.
With 37% of students and graduates who planned on starting a new job or career within 12 months, saying they hoped to work for an SME – now is the time to attract the best talent, or risk missing out, according to The Health Insurance Group.
New graduate recruitment platform combines real-world skills testing with workplace diversity solution
Pass rates differ by as much as 20 per cent between male and women in favour of men at major providers. Similar patterns can be seen across socio economic and ethnic lines.