The December/January edition of Graduate Recruiter is out now.
The theme of this edition is ‘Technology’, in which we focus on the following areas:
TECHNOLOGY VS. THE PERSONAL TOUCH
The Changing Face of Graduate Recruitment
Is technology compromising the critical personal touch in graduate recruitment? We take a look…
Cracking the Code
How BNP Paribas used gamification to seek out clever coders…
Playing for Keeps
AIA’s Alex Parkes explains why gamification has many different applications within recruitment
Topping the Leaderboard
Josh Mackenzie of Development Beyond Learning, looks at how gamification principles have the potential to transform graduate development, without turning programmes into games.
Who’s Game for Innovation?
Arctic Shores and Oxford University’s Department of Experimental Psychology is using gaming to identify a graduate’s innovation potential. Ben Williams, MD of Sten10, explains…
Destination - Known?
What LinkedIn’s new university rankings mean for graduate recruiters.
Open for Trading
How Cardiff University’s real-time simulated Trading Room is giving students a competitive edge…
Two Worlds Collide
A fictional online town is helping to accelerate the learning of Birmingham City University students. Mark Hetherington and Dario Faniglione tell us how…
The Rules of Attraction
Data capture tools and live broadcast technology - are they the future of on-campus attraction?
How Google is working with Impact International to address a talent gap…
Back to School
How are schools embracing the online world to reach employers? We look at two recent initiatives.
Bang for your Buck
Which online channel provides the best ROI? GradWeb’s Cassie Sissons takes a look
Saving Money Without Losing Face
Cubiks’ Katie Dodsworth says investment in technology can really pay off in graduate selection – as Boots found out.
Read the magazine here.