Recruiting future talent has never been easy and, with increasing uncertainty around graduate recruitment, we have to ask if graduates are still the answer. Perhaps there is a better way…?
We’d like to invite you to join in the debate at our Graduate Forum on Tuesday 24th November, 6 pm for 6.30 pm at Scott Room – The Guardian Offices, Kings Place, 90 York Way, London N1 9GU.
We’ll be debating the impact of graduate recruitment on organisational culture, manpower planning and business plans for growth, in good times and in bad.
The event will be in two parts, the first being a BBC Question Time style debate chaired jointly by Gary Browning (CEO at Penna Plc) and Anne Riley (MD of Penna Recruitment Marketing and Communications). The second will give you chance to network, whilst enjoying canapes and wine. The panellists will include:
- Toby Foggo, Head of Learning and Development at O2
- Karen Martin, Group Graduate Recruitment Manager at RBS
- Martin Thomas, Head of Recruitment at BT Group
Spaces are limited, so please book yours today with Heather Wiseman at email@example.com or on 0207 634 1033.
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