Tags: Values

Michele Trusolino: Will 2019 be a game changer for graduate recruitment?

Graduate recruitment must adapt to keep up with the demands of the new, value-driven cohort, that is Gen Z.

Henry Thompson: Learning from the inexperienced – the millennial workforce

For the first time, the millennial generation, those aged 18 to 34, are the largest segment of the workforce and this shows no sign of slowing down. Millennials are predicted to represent more than half of the working population by 2020[1]. As with the generations before them, they bring their own values, experiences and expectations as a result of growing up with rapid advances in technology and access to information at their fingertips.

Joakim Ahlstöm: The true leadership challenge in a world that changes faster every day

Joakim Ahlstöm, author of ‘How to succeed with continuous improvement: A primer for becoming the best in the world’, shares his thoughts with us on why organisations are failing to create the cultures they strive for… To secure long-term survival in a complex and volatile world you need to develop an organisation with the ability…

Sheena Pickersgill: Adding value to your recruitment process

How do you ensure that the people you recruit share your company values, not only in the words that they say but in their actions and behaviour? It is beneficial for both companies and candidates to ensure that their values are aligned yet company values are rarely used to guide recruitment. Traditional approaches to recruitment…