New graduate onboarding begins from the moment they accept your offer. Check out our top 5 tips to keep your fresh new talent engaged from offer acceptance to role commencement. Learn more.
Ever wondered why some employer stalls seem to attract what feels like hundreds of students to their stand, while you’re left alone? Check out our tips to help you make an impression during Asia’s career fair season.
The 2018 GradConnection Returnee Summit will run from 24 – 25 July in Hong Kong. The Summit is an invaluable opportunity for Asia-based employers to connect with overseas universities and their top returnee students. Reserve your space today.
GradConnection are pleased to share our findings from the 2017 GradConnection Returnee Report. This report aims to provide universities with insights into the hiring preferences of employers in Asia to improve the employability outcomes of their returning students.
It’s important your new graduates have a positive onboarding experience, as it directly influences their engagement and retention with your organisation. Here are 5 ideas to guide you. Read on.
Want a jump on your competitors? We put together our top graduate recruitment trends to help you prepare for battle in 2018. Read more.
A little fact about GradConnection is that every 18 months we release a new version of our site, however, the most recent - fondly know as GC5 - has been designed from scratch just in time for peak graduate recruitment season.
GradConnection is excited to be hosting the 2017 Returnee Summit from 1 - 2 August in Hong Kong. The aim of the summit is to connect top employers with renowned overseas universities for face-to-face networking opportunities.
GradConnection has put together a returnee student survey in order to provide insight into the link between Chinese and Hong Kong-based employers and those graduates studying abroad.
When it comes to graduate programmes, a clear and well thought out graduate attraction strategy will be what sets you apart from the rest, as you position your company as the employer of choice