Tag Archives: Recruitment

The Graduate Market in 2017

The Graduate Market in 2017 report shows that despite the uncertainty caused by the Brexit vote, Britain’s top employers are expecting to expand their graduate recruitment for the fifth year running in 2017. The Graduate Market in 2017 is a study of graduate vacancies, starting salaries and undergraduate work experience programmes at the country’s one …
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The Graduate Market in 2016

The Graduate Market in 2016  report, based on a study of vacancies, starting salaries and work experience programmes at 100 of the UK’s leading employers, found the number hired by these firms rose by 3.3 per cent in 2015 – with 18,818 people taken on overall – although this was a smaller increase than expected. …
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The Graduate Market in 2013

The outlook for the current recruitment season has improved and employers are expecting to increase their graduate recruitment by 2.7% in 2013. This is one of the findings of the “Graduate Market in 2013” report, conducted by High Fliers Research. The report surveys recruiters featured in “The Times Top 100 Graduate Employers” and also includes …
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People Risk Index

Toronto is the city with the lowest risk in the world for recruiting, employing and relocating employees, according to Aon Consulting’s People Risk Index. New York, Singapore, London and Montreal, respectively, round out the top 5. Meanwhile, on the opposite end of the ratings are locations such as Dhaka, Bangladesh; Phnom Penh, Cambodia, and Lagos, …
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The 150 Most Influential Headhunters in the World

BusinessWeek considered a number of factors in compiling the list of the World’s Most Influential Headhunters, including individual reputation, years of experience, global scope, accessibility and responsiveness as well as visibility within their industry and client markets. The list is searchable by region, companies recruited for, and industry.

Graduate Market Report 2009

High Fliers Research report “The Graduate Market in 2009” in the UK says many employers began scaling back their graduate recruitment up to 12 months ago, with the number of new graduates hired in 2008 almost 18% less than employers originally planned, leaving many of last year’s university-leavers without a graduate job. Report says employers …
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