How the job interview is being changed to suit Millennials

How the job interview is being changed to suit Millennials

KPMG is changing their graduate recruitment process to better accommodate the needs of Millennials – the BBC reports.  

The decision was made after research indicated that lengthy recruitment processes left Millennials feeling irked.

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Comments (1)

  • Jackie
    Jackie
    Thu, 1 Sep 2016 7:33am BST
    This courtesy of speed of feedback and thinking about the applicant's needs shouldn't just be limited to University leavers. Please can I also make a plea to stop using the term 'millennial' to describe today's graduates. I thought the original meaning was to describe those reaching 18-21 around the year 2000! It would be interesting to know what percentage of the public understand the true meaning of the term.

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