amount of graduates recruited by companies could be set for a sharp
year-on-year rise, according to a survey of recruiters by a London
A report by Speechly Bircham and King's College London HRM Learning
Board suggested that 19 per cent of employers were hoping for an
increase in graduate recruitment in 2010, compared with just 7 per
cent who expressed that sentiment last year.
Nearly half of respondents in the survey said they expected some
increase in workforce size in 2010, in another encouraging
The report also suggested that staff turnover is set to rise in the
next few months due to unhappy workers "voting with their feet" and
leaving their current employment, which could potentially open the
door to graduates.
An employment partner at Speechly Bircham Richard Martin said: "Our
survey shows the majority of employers are expecting a gradual move
towards calmer economic waters where the onus is less on cost
saving and more on re-engaging with staff."
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