There’s this idea that getting loyalty from graduates in smaller businesses is difficult. It’s seen by some as a reason not to take on a graduate.
I’ll seek to challenge that view and in doing so perhaps also provoke some thought on the flexibility of working full or part time and the choice of employed v contracted.
a job for life is a thing of the past… Continue reading →
The Spine, Britain’s most brutal race took place recently. a continuous run within 7 days along the 268 mile Pennine Way. The competitors had to cope with wind, snow, plenty of rain and mist as well as lethal icy paving. The worst part was sleep deprivation. Only 30 completed out of 75 starters.
A lot of the time they were travelling through the night. One competitor covered 258 miles… Continue reading →
Now the career fairs are over for another year, it’s perhaps a good time to reflect on why smaller dynamic businesses are more attractive to graduates than corporates when starting their careers.
The majority of graduates would be happy to work in a smaller dynamic business. Which is just as well because only 10% get jobs with the corporates who heavily market themselves each year at the University career fairs.… Continue reading →