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Saatchi and Saatchi named among best firms for graduate jobs

Saatchi and Saatchi has been named as one of the top firms for graduate jobs, it has been revealed.

The Times has placed the advertising firm at number 73 in its list of best graduate employers.

According to the newspaper, the six week summer scholarship that the firm runs has proven popular with university leavers. read more...


Understanding customers 'crucial to service industry'

Understanding customers is the biggest challenge facing the customer service industry, according to new research

Conducted by Charter UK, a provider of enterprise complaint and feedback management software, the study found that 43 per cent of respondents felt this was the most significant challenge. read more...


Graduate trainees encouraged to become leaders

New apprenticeships have been launched to assist the progression of graduates within the engineering industry, it has emerged. read more...


Social networking warning to jobseekers

Employers are checking profiles posted by job applicants on social networking websites such as MySpace and Facebook, it has emerged.

Job seekers should be wary that the internet is a public domain and that their profile could be just a few clicks away from a potential employer, said Andy Powell, director at Badenoch and Clark. read more...


REC calls on recruitment industry to help minorities into work

Ethnic minority citizens are less likely to be employed, new research has revealed. read more...


HR professionals have chance to earn £140,000 a year

Human resources professionals can earn up to £140,000 and more, giving good news for people looking for graduate jobs in the area, according to a report.

The research, from FSS, shows that the average salary of a director in human resources working in London is £100,000 if they are working in the private sector. read more...


Big gender pay gap for human resources managers

Female graduates aiming for careers as human resources (HR) managers may be disappointed to know they will be paid considerably less than male managers, according to a report.

Research by the GMB showed that male managers in HR, training and industrial relations will earn on average £62,461, compared to £45,029 for women. read more...


Government welcomes graduate teacher statistics

The government has welcomed the publication of new statistics detailing the number of graduates applying for the Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE).

The latest set of monthly figures detailing PGCE applications shows a consistently high number of applicants looking to pursue a graduate career in teaching. read more...


Graduates turn to recruitment for employment

Graduates and other workers within the recruitment sector benefit from both job satisfaction and competitive levels of pay, a new study suggests.

The Annual Salary and Benefits Survey, conducted by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC), suggests that 78 per cent of sector employees are happy in their work. read more...


Rolls-Royce unveils new graduate training scheme

Luxury car-maker Rolls-Royce has announced the introduction of its first graduate training program.

The new project will create the opportunity for up to 15 high-calibre graduates to join the iconic Goodwood-based brand on a two-year training scheme, and follows a recently launched apprenticeship program for 16-to-24 year olds. read more...

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