Many employers invest heavily to attract, hire and train emerging talent but they generally have limited information available when making recruiting decisions. A candidate is distilled down to their resume, academic transcript, interview performance and reference checks.
In our previous blog we talked about our top 5 tips for creating a tailored job ad to attract graduates, but what about the finer details? In this blog we break down all the components you should include in a fantastic job ad - including some bonus Dos and Don’ts!
Job ads can start sounding all too similar for graduates during peak application season. In this blog we break down our top 5 areas to ensure your job ad is as appealing as possible to the talent you're looking to nab.
Many employers are reporting no or very little change to their hiring numbers this year, meaning the market for quality graduate candidates will continue to be tight for the foreseeable future. But what are today’s recent grads looking for?
It's that time of the year again! As we open applications for the 2022 Future Leaders Awards we encourage all employers to consider how you can make the list for Australia's Top100 Graduate Employers for 2022.
Traditionally peak graduate hiring season spans the start of the year from February to April, but if the last couple of years have taught us anything it’s that it may be time to shake up the old way of doing things! Going out again later in the year could have a host of benefits for your grad recruitment strategy.
Your GradConnection profile is live all year round- that means if you’re not publishing any updates during the down time you’re missing out! Posting during off-peak provides valuable opportunities to be in front of students whilst they’re researching and in their consideration phase. There are lots of different ways to use your GradConnection profile to support your grad attraction strategies.
This time, last year, UNSW Business School celebrated the success of our students at the GradConnection Top 100 Future Leaders Competition. With two-thirds of our 28 finalists from the UNSW Business School, our UNSW Accounting Society taking out the ‘Most Engaged Student Society’ title, and UNSW winning the ‘Most Employable University Award’, it’s fair to say we started 2020 with a pretty strong start.