Event Whitepaper: The 2018 In-house Recruitment Early Careers Conference

The times are changing for early careers recruitment. Academic success doesn’t guarantee expertise in the workplace and with the rising cost of higher education, young people are considering alternative routes to their careers.
As a result, in-house recruiters must be open must be open to attracting talent from a much wider pool. From internships and apprenticeships, to Future Leaders programmes and school engagement, our 2018 In-house Recruitment Early Careers Conference speakers shared innovative insights to help shape a successful early careers programme.
This whitepaper brings you the key lessons we learned at the event.
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