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New generations bring changing expectations to APAC – Adapt to Survive!

Hiring for graduate programs or internships or internships is no small feat. Although APAC is now home to over 55 percent of the world’s graduate population (and growing), the region is not immune to the global talent shortage. Indeed Manpower found Japan, Taiwan and Hong Kong to be 3 of the top 4 countries suffering of the most talent shortage worldwide

Article by: Samir Khelil | Published: 2 November 2018

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Imposter syndrome holding female graduates back

Gender pay gap is defined upon entry into the jobs market, setting the scene for the rest of the rest of women’s careers. New research from Milkround has revealed females entering the workforce are suffering from imposter syndrome, with lower salary expectations and a lack of confidence, which could be costing them their dream job and affecting their career opportunities.

Article by: Georgina Brazier | Published: 27 October 2018

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Graduate recruitment – combining centralised command with local delivery

Balancing global EVP with local culture essential to engage top tier graduates, report reveals. Global organisations must combine centralised command with local delivery if they are to effectively engage top graduate talent. Contributor Sandrine Miller, Global Head of Emerging Talent Consulting - Alexander Mann Solutions.

Article by: Sandrine Miller | Published: 13 July 2018

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Graduate market report

Since the Brexit vote last year there has been much discussion on what impact the vote may have on the recruitment and retention of talented graduates. In the Graduate Market Report 2017, published by Highfliers, it was found that the UK’s top employers were set to increase their graduate recruitment by 4.3 percent. Comment from Melissa North - Sopra Banking Software.

Article by: Melissa North | Published: 3 September 2017

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Seven graduate Recruitment Lessons Of 2016

As 2016 draws to a close, we summarise seven essential graduate recruitment lessons highlighted on our blogs this year. Article from Kate Smedley - Advorto.

Article by: Kate Smedley - Advorto. | Published: 16 December 2016

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Graduate Recruitment: Your Questions Answered

Despite fears over Brexit, graduate recruitment is on the rise in 2016 but many employers find the hiring process problematic. Here, we provide answers to the most pressing issues facing HR.

Article by: | Published: 26 August 2016

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Professional hiring forecast in face of Brexit uncertainty

Contract vacancies within financial services booming; Permanent opportunities increase 2 percent year-on-year; Financial services vacancies up 13 percent; Contract vacancies rise by 7 percent year-on-year. Average salaries up 5.1 percent.

Article by: | Published: 1 April 2016

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Communicating the importance of saving to grads

New graduates are part of that much-researched demographic, gen Y, and as a result there is a great deal of data out there that gives us some indication to their lifestyle preferences when they enter the workforce. But what is clear, is that the current intake of graduates are unlike any generation that has gone before.

Article by: | Published: 5 October 2015