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The team at Gradplus are pleased to provide you with coverage of the key issues and stories in the graduate sector.


Employee well-being increasingly important in the workplace

There has been a dramatic increase in the number of organisations offering well-being initiatives in the workplace, according to a Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) study.

This year 42 per cent of companies have implemented a well-being initiative, which is up on last year's figures of 26 per cent. 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...


Government plans will give more rights to university students

University students may get more overall rights and be able to demand a greater personalised service from their higher education institutions under new government reform plans. read more...


Staff sports vital in business success

Companies that actively encourage participation in team sports are more likely to be successful in their overall operations, a new study has found. read more...


Top London drinks recruiter to continue its growth

One of the UK's fastest growing drinks recruiters has confirmed that it plans to extend its recent expansion with further acquisition activity. read more...


Graduate recruitment award-winners unveiled

The winners of the prestigious Association of Graduate Recruitment (AGR) awards have been announced at its annual conference in Newport, Wales. read more...


Long hours do pay off in small business success

A new survey has shown that graduates looking to eventually create a successful small business will be faced with a longer working week than ever - but will reap the rewards if they do put in the extra graft. read more...


Graduate IT sector booming amid social networking success

Opportunities and pay packets for graduates looking to break into the UK's IT sector are set to remain strong thanks to increased demand for online technology driven by social networking sites like Facebook and MySpace and the ongoing e-commerce boom. read more...


Top transport employer clinches large Cross Country franchise

Leading UK transport employer Arriva has won the race to run the country's biggest rail franchise, thanks in part to a raft of new innovations it promises to bring to its new service. read more...


Leisure sector jobs in London receive new skills pledge

Mayor Ken Livingstone has launched a new hospitality skills strategy in a bid to boost training and standards in all hospitality and leisure sector jobs in London in the run up to the 2012 Olympics in the city. read more...

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