With the hope of creating a more diverse workplace, professional services firm EY is to remove all academic and education details from its trainee application process.
A new report has found that youth unemployment in January 2014 had fallen from 8.5 per cent to 7.3 – the lowest figure since 2008.
Employers are seeking ‘business-ready’ graduates, but are not doing enough to offer extended work experience, a new report from CMI (the Chartered Management Institute), the Association of Business Schools (ABS) and the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) has discovered..
As part of a new scheme from the UK Government – the Sirius Programme – the latest entrepreneurial talent will be coming to the UK to start their businesses.
The Sirius Programme, a new government scheme, aims to bring the world's best entrepreneurial talent to the UK starting today. Seven start-ups have already gained a place.
Ilona Hitel, MD of CommsCo, shares her experiences of difficulty looking for new employees.
Nadim Choudhury says that graduate employability can be improved through collaboration between universities and businesses.
With this year’s Milkround completed, many employers will be looking forward to welcoming the latest wave of new talent – yet there are few things more annoying than having the milk pinched from your doorstep when you are in need of a brew.
Talented graduates are ignoring traditional companies for technology giants, while growing businesses are struggling to find talent.
No surprise the skills-gap is widening: graduates fail in the basic skills needed to hit the working-ground running.
Hiring good staff can be difficult. Here are five reasons why you should consider hiring a graduate.
If very mediocre “universities” can charge £9k a year for degrees that guarantee nothing apart from a piece of paper at the end, what’s a plumbing qualification, with a guarantee of work for life, worth?