Factors Affecting Graduate Opportunities within the Recruitment Process

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  • UniversityUniversity of Brighton
  • AreaBusiness and commerce
  • CourseFoundations of Human Resources
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  • Authorfirstclass
  • Created2017
  • Pages20
  • Approved14 July 2019

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An in-depth exploration into methods of recruitment, alongside methods of enticing potential candidates.
It is clear that there are multiple discrepancies within the recruitment process, which have led to 40% of graduates remaining unemployed for up to 6 months after graduating. The job a candidate applies for will depend upon their individual values, as shown by Beach’s image theory. This can be altered by a company’s choice of advertisement, by building a positive reputation using online resources, or by increasing the wellbeing of current staff. It is crucial that perspective employers take into consideration both current and potential talent when branding themselves, in order to entice the desired audience.

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