Tag Archive: Early careers

Entry and Early Talent Forum 2018

The new Entry and Early Talent Forum is aimed at in-house HR professionals responsible for the attraction, engagement and development of employees at the start of their careers –  as school levers, recent graduates or in initial occupational phases. It will offer best practice insights on how to recruit, retain and manage a robust talent pool and how to ensure employees have the opportunity to reach their full potential.

Expert speaker announced for Early Careers and Development 2016

Early Careers and Development conference gathers the best HR specialists who share their exclusive expertise on how to take graduate, apprentice and entry-level programmes to the next level. We are happy to announce that one of them is Paul Roberts, Graduate & Early Careers Resourcing Manager, AXA UK.

Graduate Recruitment and Development Forum 2016

Graduate Recruitment and Development Forum

The 9th annual Graduate Recruitment and Development Conference will share the latest strategies to attract, retain and develop the brightest graduate talent in the current competitive market.

The conference is an opportunity to share best practice strategies with industry leaders across the sectors and is designed to offer HR and recruitment professionals, responsible for hiring and developing graduates a chance to uncover both the strategic and practical elements of implementing a successful and innovative graduate programme.

Graduate Recruitment and Development Forum 2015

Graduate Recruitment and Development Forum

After a sell out conference in February 2014, with over 150 attendees registered, we are delighted to announce that the 8th Graduate Recruitment and Development Conference will be taking place on the 26th February 2015 in London.

The conference is an opportunity to share best practice strategies with industry leaders across the sectors and is designed to offer HR and recruitment professionals, responsible for hiring and developing graduates a chance to uncover both the strategic and practical elements of implementing a successful and innovative graduate programme.