How will you adapt your recruitment process to delight Gen Z graduates? We explore 5 key elements you need to provide a positive candidate experience.
Get ready, set, attract! How to place in the graduate recruitment race.
We recently hosted our fifth Top100 Graduate Employers and Future Leaders Awards in Sydney, recognising the top employers, students, and universities in Australia.
The employment market in Australia is changing. With an average of 4.8 job seekers per entry level position and an average of 46 applicants per graduate position in the most competitive state (South Australia) in 2017, recruitment is becoming unmanageable.
The graduate industry is always evolving with technologies and changes in generational behaviours and employer expectations. Here are 4 trends you need to know for 2019.
Is your applicant tracking system set up for best practice graduate recruitment? We chat with Tim Twynham from Chandler McLeod and share his tips for optimising your ATS. Read more.
It’s the end of the year and we can almost smell the Christmas dinner and feel the sand between our toes. But before we pause our Facebook Ads and take off for the Christmas party we wanted to take a minute and embrace all that we’ve achieved this year with your help.
Check out our interactive workshop ‘Planning for an uncertain future’ at the 2018 AAGE Conference to learn our insights and tips to help you innovate your graduate attraction strategy. Learn more.
We share our best practice tips for a remarkable GradConnection employer profile, so you better inform, engage, and connect with your top student talent. Read more
Generation Z are the post-millennial demographic born after 1995. Like millennials, they can cop a bad rep for being disloyal, overly ambitious job-hoppers. The main causes for high turnover are low engagement, lack of career advancement opportunities, and insufficient recognition.