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Graduate Recruitment is a vital issue for any organisation to get right. With skill shortages in some key areas there is a need to ensure organisations have employed the right people and enough of them. There are many aspects to improving service delivery, but recruiting the workforce with the capacity to deliver is a vital foundation.
The balance between achieving an efficient graduate recruitment process and complying with legal requirements and best practice is a difficult one to achieve.
The purpose of this area of our website is to provide a comprehensive guide to graduate recruitment practice. It aims to cover not only the 'nuts and bolts' of the process but to provide ideas for improving the process.
We hope that you will find the guide useful, whether you are carrying out a wholesale review of your recruitment processes or looking for some new ideas to improve certain aspects.
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The guide is made up of the following seven sections:
This section looks at some of the overarching issues involved in the recruitment process in order to help an organisation to get the right staff to deliver quality services. Read more
This section deals with the main issues underlying the whole recruitment process. Read more
In this section we summarise the main points of discrimination legislation and look at good practice. Read more
This section looks at the process of persuading the right people to apply for jobs, from assessing what the right person might look like to making the job attractive to them. Read more
This section looks at the process of selecting candidates. A variety of methods are available and consideration needs to be given as to which are suitable for a particular post. Read more
In this section we consider competency-based recruitment. A competency-based approach is used to meet the changing needs of the twenty-first century. Read more
This section provides a summary of the types of checks that an organisation may undertake. Read more
Should you have any further questions or wish to discuss any aspect of graduate recruitment please do not hesitate to contact us.