For future success, organisations’ need to create attractive and successful graduate
campaigns: to attract the brightest talent, to be able to deal with high volumes of applications
and engage with the next generation of graduates. All whilst improving the value and return on
the graduate proposition.
This event will examine how you can combat the challenges surrounding graduate recruitment
and development and will features best practice case studies from many leading industry
professionals including: PricewaterhouseCoopers who have been placed top of the times 100
list of graduate employers as well as winning numerous awards, Citi Group who have formed a
transferable five step process to perfect their graduate recruitment scheme and Teach First
who can offer you guidance on how to establish yourself in the market, to name but a few.
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The “Graduate Recruitment Forum 2011″ conference documentation includes the following sessions:
Establishing Yourself as a Major Player in the Market
James Darley, Director of Graduate Recruitment Teach First
Building an Attractive Graduate Scheme
Helen Bostock Global Head Graduate & Embark, Resourcing & Development Barclays Wealth
Who, What, Where, When:Global Recruitment
Jenny Bekenn, Client Services Director GTI Recruiting Solutions
Why are we Developing Graduates? A Journey from Strategic Alignment to ROI
Yannis Batsakoutsas, Graduate Development Manager EMEA Citi
Moulding Graduates for Your Business
Rachel Rotherham, Graduate Programme Manager The Co-operative Group
Developing a Graduate Programme from Scratch
Ayesha Rahman, Reach Change Project Partner GMPTE
Rebuilding Your Employer Brand
Ranjini Sachin, Graduate Recruitment Manager and Katya Verdonck, Head of Resourcing EDF Energy
Changing Graduate Programmes to Reflect the Climate
Philip Wilson, Chief Psychologist and Head of Marketing Cabinet Office
Using Social Media as a Tool for Recruitment
Vanessa Soames, Recruitment Marketing Senior Manager KPMG
Recruitment Toolkit – Working with Universities to Attract Graduates
Alice Hickman Graduate Recruitment, Manager University of Portsmouth