Monthly Archives: May 2014

Social mobility. Law firms work together to lead the way

Both AGR and TARGETjobs introduced new awards in the last year to highlight good practice in the area of social mobility recruitment. The AGR award was won by Allen & Overy and there were four law firms on the TARGETjobs … Continue reading

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Male undergrads are more prepared to ignore a company’s bad image – if the salary is big enough. Men, eh?

A wider discussion of gender stereotyping I shall leave to the Guardian, but the latest and largest undergraduate careers survey in the country seems to suggest that ‘manly’ things like huge salaries are more attractive to men and ‘womanly’ things … Continue reading

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Serial Award winners (cont). GSK spills the beans on why it keeps winning top Science recruiter awards

This is the second in an occasional series that seeks to explain why some recruiters habitually win awards. In this case it’s the Most popular recruiter in Science at the TARGETjobs National Graduate Recruitment Awards 2014. The survey that decides … Continue reading

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