By doing this, employers can positively influence the employment of graduates and skills of graduates and at the same time harnessing their ability to innovate their new generational way of doing things into the work place.
Whatever the business, finding the right talent is critical to success. There’s an increasing pool of graduate talent to tap into and it is the responsibility of employers to source from these talent pools and therefore build the ‘skills’ base within this pool. In addition, graduates bring the flexibility, creativity, motivation and skills that a business needs to stay competitive, innovative and dynamic.
“Companies are increasingly looking to graduates to help drive their business forward and ZANDO
is no different. ZANDO
invests in a learning culture and fosters it by rewarding innovation. It’s a high energy, fast paced and incredibly dynamic environment and therefore invests in the employment and development of youth,” says ZANDO
head of HR, Tarryn Clarke. In order to ‘dress for life’ talent needs to be nurtured and ZANDO
are offering all graduate candidates the opportunity to apply for a possible future position.
“The graduate programme is one of experiential learning and demands ‘on the job’ performance. Graduates, employed by ZANDO
, get exposed to a diverse workplace that is not only fast paced but best practice by nature. An opportunity is given to graduates to work with world class people, systems and processes, a network of skills and general exposure which is hard to find in South Africa,” says Clarke.
All interested graduates can apply by emailing their CV’s to email@example.com
together with their academic transcripts. Applications are open immediately and all successful candidates will be notified by HR and asked to come in for an assessment interview.