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Are your Graduates Leaving? Invite Them to Your Corporate Alumni Community

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Niamh Madden


Graduate Recruitment
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If you’re a graduate recruiter, you’ll know that attracting, finding and developing top graduates takes a lot of time – and costs just as much. Graduate Programmes tend to be anywhere from 1 – 3 years in length and are popular with graduates looking to learn and build their career in a formalised environment.

What Happens When Your Graduate Programme Ends?

Employees going through your graduate recruitment programme become highly skilled and learn about your culture, your customers and values. However, research from the Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR) shows that graduates don’t stick around once the programme ends. 16% leave within the first two years, with 20% leaving in the first year after finishing the programme.  How can you continue your investment in this top talent?

Here Are 6 Trends to Improve your Graduate Recruitment Strategy

Jameson International Graduate Recruitment Programme
Photo: Jameson International Graduate Recruitment Programme

Stay Connected With Graduates For Life

Graduates that leave are not gone forever. There’s a strong opportunity to stay connected and keep your investment in top talent by building a Graduate Alumni Community. Award-winning graduate recruiters like Jameson have built an engaged alumni community who are part of their family for life.

Talivest builds highly engaged graduate alumni communities, creating a top talent pool for referrals, rehires and brand ambassadors. To find out more, request a demo

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