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The Graduate Recruitment Manual by Rajvinder Kandola
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Based on a mixture of research, case studies, literature review and practical experience, this manual identifies issues that organizations wishing to recruit talented graduates face. It shows how to cultivate a corporate image which appeals to students, how to ensure that advertising brings in the right kind of applications, and how to define needs and select candidates on that basis. This information is followed by oft-ignored issues like induction, international roles, the growth in ethnic minority graduates and how to retain the high flyer and middle-ranking graduate employee. The book contains best-practice standards and a variety of hints and tips on how to conduct efficent and cost-effective graduate recruitment.

Table of Contents

The new context of graduate recruitment; sending the right message; current recruitment practices and what graduates think of them; "but they just don't apply" - what ethnic minority graduates want; managing the applicant pool; selection methods; the global graduate recruiter; recruiting graduate high-flyers; after recruitment - why induction matters; after induction - managing, developing and retaining graduates. Appendix: best practice standards.

Author Biography

Rajvinder Kandola is an occupational psychologist and founding partner of Pearn Kandola. He has worked extensively in the areas of assessment and diversity with many blue chip companies. He is the author of several books. Robert Wood worked for Pearn Kandola from 1990 to 2000. He is a special professor at the University of Nottingham and is the co-author of Competency-Based Recruitment and Selection. Bindi Dholakia is a psychologist with Pearn Kandola, she specialises in assessment and diversity and has worked with a range of clients in both the public and private sectors. Carol Keane is an occupational psychologist and has written articles and given several conference papers on the subject of graduate recruitment.
Release date NZ
August 17th, 2001
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
index, further reading
Gower Publishing Ltd
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