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An exciting opportunity has come up at global media organisation Flamingo for an HR Intern.
Last Wednesday, over 60 “up and coming” talented HR professionals gathered for the first Oakleaf Partnership Academy gathering of 2016.
Graduates are undervaluing the importance of people skills when looking for a new role according to research conducted by management consultancy, Hay Group as reported by HR News.
The New Year is starting on a vacancy high, according to the latest survey results, with almost half (47%) of HR Directors planning to add new positions in the first half of 2015.
Over three-quarters (83%) of university careers chiefs believe that the graduate job market improved last year according to the Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services’ (AGCAS). These figures demonstrate an encouraging and positive picture for students and graduate in 2015. In addition 58% of careers services enjoyed an increase in engagement and career fairs remain popular despite the rise of social media.
The Head of UK Graduate Recruitment for BP; Suzy Style, has revealed hints and tips for graduates looking to apply to one of BP’s graduate schemes. BP manages their talent pipeline by recruiting large intakes of graduates and interns and according to Suzy, all work experience is relevant and variety is key: ‘I often find graduates worry if they haven’t got relevant work experience but they should put all work experience down..it’s really looking for a mixture of experiences, not just their academic performance’.