Employers looking to boost their company's profile during the
recession may wish to take inspiration from those providing
graduate training schemes.
Tait Walker currently runs a Business Link training scheme for
graduates which has been described as "essential" for the
accounting company's operation by one university leaver who has now
moved up the ranks.
According to nebusiness.com, Simon Brown, a graduate
trainee-turned-associate for Tait Walker, told firms in the
north-east: "This has helped us to form a highly specialised team
which over the years, and crucially in the current tough economic
conditions, has had a profoundly positive effect on our
Skills broker for the company Vicki Taylor also added that training
can be a good way to boost existing staff's morale, which in turn
Bristol University is one of several higher education
establishments to have recently received funding to provide a
three-year graduate training course to its alumni.
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