Since a candidate’s previous experience is often one of the key things that hiring employers take into account when sorting through applications, we decided to look at the top 10 employers that candidates who are signed up to TalentPool have worked for after leaving university. Here are the results…
It is within three out of four of the leading professional services firms, Deloitte, EY and HSBC, that our candidates have had the most professional experience in roles ranging from management to consulting to marketing. These companies recruit high volumes of university leavers onto their training schemes and offer high volumes of internship and job opportunities.
The BBC takes the lead in the media industry in 5th place, whilst Cancer Research, the UK’s largest charity, ranks 6th in our list.
Unsurprisingly professional services and finance firms are the most common source of candidates looking for a job in a startup or SME. It’s expected that for most corporate grad schemes – of which Deloitte and EY have some of the largest, the majority of those on them will have left within 2 or 3 years.
What’s got us talking this week
🎧 Sharmadean Ried on productivity and distraction | Cnt trl, Alt, Delete Podcast with Emma Gannon
Emma Gannon talks to guests about their relationship with the internet. In this episode she speaks to the founder of Beautystack and WAH nails, Sharmadean Reid. She gives an interesting insight into how she improves her own productivity, as well as how she inspires others to work as effectively as they can.
📚 My workplace is overwhelmingly white. What can I do to raise diversity awareness? | The Guardian article
Poppy Noor asks what could be done within her organisation to increase diversity. She suggests that the solution is to recruit more diverse colleges in the future saying that “when involved in recruitment decision I can be alert to diversity and…to encourage, advocate for or mentor a person of colour.”
📚 8 Eco-friendly desk products that can make your workday more sustainable | Bustle Article
The recent BBC documentary ‘drowning in plastic’ has got us talking about how we can reduce our usage of one use plastic. Many of us have already invested in reusable water bottles and coffee cups but this article lists 8 easy ways to make your workplace even more sustainable.
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