KPMG cuts back on recruitment stages for millennials

Professional services firm KPMG has streamlined its recruitment processes for millennials by cutting its traditional three-stage recruitment process of first interview, assessment centre and final interview into a single day.
Tue, 2 Aug 2016

Professional services firm KPMG has streamlined its recruitment processes for millennials by cutting its traditional three-stage recruitment process of first interview, assessment centre and final interview into a single day.

The move follows research carried out with market research company High Fliers Research that showed millennials were...

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