Michelle Adams, Director of Talent and Development at O2, tells us why they’re putting CVs aside during the selection process for their new graduate programme.
Bringing graduates into the business is a brilliant way of tapping into the incredible potential of the next generation. At O2, we currently have 190 young people employed on one of our young talent schemes, from apprentices to graduate trainees. We see the genuine value that each of them brings to our organisation daily. As the first generation to have grown up with the internet, young people have natural digital skills at their fingertips in a way previous generations do not. And with all industries - not just tech – now looking to harness the power of digital, no company can afford to miss these skills.
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