Current Edition - October/November 2014

Graduate Recruiter - October/November edition 2014The October/November edition of Graduate Recruiter is out now.

The theme of this edition is ‘Global’, in which we focus on the following areas:

Strategy

The Bigger Picture

How are employers adapting to a global world of work? We take a look…

Global Mindset Revealed

Arriva’s Charlie Reeve on why ‘global mindset’ is important…

Think Global, Act Local

Talent Q’s Sean Howard explains why ‘glocal-isation’ is the best means of attracting international talent…

Better Together

Sharon Bell of The University of Nottingham, believes recruiters can tap into international talent in the UK by working more closely with British universities.

Attraction

Global Challenge

How the British Council attracts graduates to jobs in challenging countries and regions…

A World of Change

ICAEW’s Sharon Spice shares some secrets about talent attraction on a worldwide scale.

Diversity

Diversity on a Worldwide Scale

Norton Rose Fulbright’s Sacha de Klerk on how the company has implemented a global diversity and inclusion strategy.

Data

All You Need is…data

CEB’s Eugene Burke looks at a recent study analysing behaviours and associated performance across nearly 200,000 graduates from 32 countries.

Tracking Global Talent

Universum’s latest research into talent preferences the world over…

Cultural Conformity

Graeme Wright of Havas People says the ‘graduate elite’ are becoming culturally homogenous.

Number Crunching

We look at the findings from two key global recruitment surveys…

Development

Applying Method to Madness

GradWeb’s Heather Coop says a systematic approach to global talent development initiatives is needed.

Evolution Not Revolution

Petrofac’s Bob Gower shares the challenges involved in launching an international graduate programme.

Technology

Top Technology Trends

From video interviewing to MOOCS, we ask suppliers what is transforming global graduate recruitment…

Key Territories

Letter from Canada

CACEE’s Paul Smith on whether a perceived skills shortage in Canada is actually down to employers’ recruiting tactics…

Letter from Hong Kong

HKAGR’s Nishilla McKeogh on tackling the issue of work ready graduates in Hong Kong

Letter from Africa

African companies are increasingly using social media as a recruitment platform – to great effect - so says Lyndsay Shaw, former Head of Graduate Recruitment for KPMG in South Africa.

Read the magazine here.