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11/06/2009

Insurer to expand operations

Insurance firm Hastings Direct has announced it is creating an additional 150 positions, which could include graduate jobs.

The firm, which said it was recruiting a similar number of people only last month, is expanding operations after being acquired from the Insurance Australia Group. read more...

09/06/2009

Employers to get funds for graduate jobs?

A new scheme from the University of Sheffield will see employers in the area have the chance to receive funding for providing graduate jobs to higher education leavers needing work experience this summer. read more...

26/05/2009

Employers defy pessimistic graduate jobs outlook

Employers meeting at the fifth annual National Graduate Recruitment Awards on Thursday (May 21st) have sent out the message that they will be maintaining employment levels for university leavers, despite the recession. read more...

26/05/2009

Training commitment required for IT funds, says DIUS

IT employers applying for government grants to help increase their recruitment, including providing graduate jobs, will have to make a commitment to skills training under new rules. read more...

21/05/2009

Employers get tips for effective graduate recruitment

Companies looking to offer graduate jobs to those leaving university this summer have been given expert advice from the director of the careers centre at the University of East Anglia. read more...

13/05/2009

Employers should offer higher-skilled graduate jobs

A new report by the UK Commission for Employment and Skills has shown that graduates are too over-qualified for many of the jobs currently available to them. read more...

13/05/2009

Graduates need training to keep skills relevant, says survey

Human resources management firm Kelly Services has released the results of a survey which shows that 90 per cent of workers aged between 18 and 29 believe their skills will become obsolete within years if they do not receive sufficient training. read more...

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