Whilst recruitment and selection systems often discard graduate applicants who didn’t manage to get a 2.1 this conflicts with what business owners really want according to the findings of recent research. . . . → Read More: Do employers really value degrees?
Whilst there is a range of tools which can be used to distinguish between candidates, interviews remain the most common and the interview process is expected by both candidates and managers. What types of interview are used, what sort of questions are asked, and how can the interview be used by both interviewer and interviewee to find out what they need to know? . . . → Read More: The Role of the Interview in the Selection Process
Why is it that female graduates are increasingly more successful than male graduates in getting jobs in the professions and top companies? Does it flow naturally from the fact that there are more female graduates? I suppose that statistically the laws of probability apply and the one naturally leads to the other. But, I’m inclined . . . → Read More: Female graduates win the recruitment stakes for top jobs
Whilst the economy remains in recovery, the number of graduate positions available cannot cater for soaring levels of students looking to enter employment. Competition is fierce, allowing graduate employers to skim the talent pool for individuals who have completed relevant work experience whilst leaving the majority of students struggling to contend. . . . → Read More: Graduate Employment at ‘15 Year Low’