Matching the Right Graduates with the Right Organisations Across the Region

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Skills

Recruiting top talent that’s ‘right’ for any business can appear an arduous and even painstaking task – whether you’re a small SME, a medium-sized enterprise or an established larger firm. And yet the rewards of ‘getting it right’ are tremendous: bringing fresh ideas, different ways of thinking, an appetite for learning and a new generation of future leadership to an organisation.

An attraction and assessment service that delivers within four weeks – for free.”

Cardiff Capital Region understands this – which is why we have created an expert graduate attraction and assessment service that delivers the ‘right’ graduate to the ‘right’ employer, matching the graduate skillset and mindset with the professional opportunity and company culture. The whole process, from briefing to delivery of a candidate shortlist, normally takes no more than four weeks and it’s totally free to any employer in the region: a reflection of CCR’s commitment to helping businesses build back better, scale up – and make the Welsh workforce more resilient, by creating better jobs close to home.

“An engaging and positive experience for the employer and the candidate”

With Wales and the world facing unparalleled pressures and an uncertain employment market, our 360-degree service is aimed at delivering the best experience to both the employer and the graduate candidate – taking care to make sure that it’s an engaging and efficient interview process, with positive takeaways for all stakeholders.

Employers in all sectors across the region could benefit from this incredibly valuable service – and can find out more about the scheme by joining us next week on Business News Wales for the CCR Graduate Recruitment Digital Discussion.

Please visit the Capital Region Graduate Scheme website to find out more.

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