With this fresh in mind, a few members of Team K & B who recently graduated wanted to study and expose the most challenging aspects of the current UK job market, while also exploring the new workplace expectations of graduates and other job seeker-demographics.
The result: a report that combines feedback from 120 graduates with job market data and expert advice – giving organisations the insight and actions to improve their employee experience from the very first touch point and future proof their people strategy by prioritising culture, wellbeing and flexible working.
Download The 2021 Graduate Experience report now to understand:
Hybrid Working: The never-ending search for the right approach
Leaders want to see more people return to the office but employees are expecting greater flexibility, so what’s the solution?Read more
The Great Resignation Guide
The headlines have been warning employers to prepare for a mass exodus. But does the data back the dramatic claims about ‘The Great Resignation’?Read more
The 2021 Graduate Experience Report
Alongside millions of UK job seekers, graduates have entered one of the most challenging job markets for years.Read more
Organisational change: managing the impact on employee engagement and culture
With 47% of organisations currently planning structural change, our CEO Ghassan Karian, studies the impact of organisational change.Read more
Three steps to creating a more inclusive workplace (with The Unmistakables)
Insights from Simone Marquis, Culture and Inclusion Director at The Unmistakables, a strategic consultancy offering ‘inside out inclusion’.Read more
Putting employee wellbeing at the heart of organisational culture (Practical advice)
Where are workplace wellbeing strategies going wrong?’ Watch the video from our Client Solutions Director, Jack Evans, to find out.Read more
How to make flexible working work beyond the pandemic
Flexible working is about how people work, not just where. Employers who implement it successfully attract & retain the best people.Read more
Resilience coaching uncovered: interview with the expert (Nigel Holland)
It's almost irresponsible now for leaders not to make resilience a priority for themselves, for the people they lead and for business success.Read more
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