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This month saw the release of the new hotly anticipated Employers Perspective Survey for 2016. Run by the government's Social Research Unit, the mammoth 218 page report is drawn from in depth interviews with over 18,000 employers across the UK, conducted between May and August 2016. This is a vital resource for anyone seeking to understand how the employment landscape for young people is changing. So what does the report tell us?
Too many employers are relying on standard requirements for previous experience to help sift applicants for entry level roles with little thought about how they could more accurately assess a candidate’s potential to do the job. To help tackle this issue, we would like to invite you to attend our workshop, kindly hosted by Yorkshire Water, focusing on how you can you identify a young candidate’s potential.
On 26th June 2017 Business in the Community, supported by the City and Guilds Group brought together employers across Bristol to explore the challenges and opportunities of employing young people. It was a chance for employers to hear about our latest research, network and share best practice.
Here's what happened when we joined the Careers Enterprise Company for a 20 minute webinar with enterprise advisors working with schools across the country to talk about why companies need to make their job adverts jargon free.
On 26 June, Business in the Community, supported by the City & Guilds Group, will bring employers together to explore the challenges and opportunities of recruiting young talent in the Bristol area. Find out how you can use our latest research reviewing recruitment processes to help you to build a strong employer brand among young people. On the day you’ll have the chance to network with other local employers and share best practice for attracting, recruiting and retaining future talent.
Back in 2015, Business in the Community and City & Guilds Group surveyed 4000 young people about their experiences of finding work. 57% said that companies asking for previous experience was a major barrier for them when they were applying for jobs. Too many employers are relying on standard requirements for previous experience to help sift applicants for entry level roles with little thought about how they could more accurately assess a candidate’s potential to do the job. On 21st June we'll be holding a free workshop for employers in Manchester, looking at how you can use the latest methods to identify a young candidate’s potential in your own business.