LINK – The University & Education Newsletter from Keystone Employment Group

LINK – The University & Education Newsletter from Keystone Employment Group

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The 24/7 Online Job Shop More universities than ever are looking to move away from legacy ‘franchise’ approaches to student career services and yielding the benefits of moving student employability and recruitment online. The cost savings are of course a major factor, but increasingly having student employability services confined to being ‘on campus’ and in … Read more

ENGAGE Summer 2015 – The newsletter from Keystone Employment Group

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Keystone reach Lightspeed in the retail sector Lightspeed POS recently engaged Keystone to help them launch their point of sale and retail solutions in the UK. Lightspeed POS provide desktop and mobile point of sale, payment and inventory control solutions to bars, restaurants and across a wide range of retail businesses of all sizes. In addition to providing … Read more

LINK – The University and Education Newsletter from Keystone Employment Group – July/August 2015

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Latest HESA graduate employment figures released Data published on 2nd July by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) reveals the  percentage of graduates who then move into employment or continue with full time studies. Across all universities an average of 93% of graduates either find work or continue full time studies, but the HESA results … Read more

LINK – The University & Education Employment Newsletter from Keystone Employment Group – June 2015

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The Student Academic Experience Survey The latest Student Academic Experience survey has been published and suggests 59% of students are “fairly satisfied” with their course – and a further 28% are “very satisfied”. The survey is carried out by the Higher Education Policy Institute and the Higher Education Academy and aims to examine levels of satisfaction among undergraduates.  The survey has also revealed the widening differences in perceptions of value … Read more

LINK – The University & Education Employment Newsletter from Keystone Employment Group – May 2015

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Positive signs of growth in the jobs market Recent figures are showing promising signs for job prospects in the UK, with more employers indicating they will take on full time staff over the coming quarter. 74% of employers have said that they are likely to take on full time staff during the second quarter of 2015 as the economy slowly improves and businesses start to expand their operations. … Read more

LINK – The University & Education Employment Newsletter from Keystone Employment Group – March 2015

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Keystone wins place in SUPC framework Keystone Employment Group, the leading provider of temporary and permanent staff solutions in the university sector, has secured a position within the Southern Universities Purchasing Consortium (SUPC). Keystone was already the leading provider of employment services on the London University framework (LUPC) and has delivered it’s unique solution to … Read more