Our media partner HRreview has launched their special edition in this week’s graduate recruitment focus week 2016. This special edition runs for a whole week and takes a look at the key graduate recruitment issues and trends in 2016.
Download the special edition and throughout the week, HRreview will bring you latest thinking from a range of experts and experienced practitioners on what they feel are some of the key graduate recruitment issues facing HR professionals in 2016.
Over the coming week, you will hear from Dupsy Ablola, director of Intern Avenue, in an exclusive interview for HRreview. Dupsy quit her job as a leading barrister to create Avenue, after seeing her sister struggle to find a job after university. She is a change-maker who views the unpaid internship as an outrage that should be stopped. Elizabeth Hunt, client marketing executive for youth recruitment job boards at Milkround and Milkround School Leavers will consider what the new year holds graduate recruitment, while the CEO of Mooreplay, Alison Dodd, will consider the make-up of graduate schemes.
The week will also see an in-depth interview with Bob Athwal who is director of the student experience at the University of Leicester. He will advise us to tamper with the human element of graduate recruitment at our peril. Finally, HRreview editor Robert Leeming will consider the impact internships are having on the UK’s creative industries and ask if they are making professions such as fashion and journalism a middle-class only affair.
The special edition also includes a preview for our Graduate Recruitment and Development Forum 2016, on the 25th February at the Hilton Hotel, Canary Wharf London. Download your free special edition for HRreview’s graduate week, click here.