Discover ISE’s top global early career blogs

Mar 1, 2024 | Home Featured, News, Sector & policy

Ahead of ISE’s Global Future Talent Conference 2024, we take a look at some of the most popular content on Insights with an international theme.

1. What do the new student visa rules mean for employers and students?
Changes to student visa rules have consequences for those hiring international talent. ISE continues to team up with experts to ensure members are kept up to date.

Our joint-CEO Stephen Isherwood led our new webinar and blog on the latest proposals, which come into force in the coming months.

2. Five things to consider for successful international rotations
Claire Kennady has been managing IMI’s Global Graduate Programme for seven years. In that time, she’s gained a lot of experience about how graduates best gain international exposure and get the most out of rotations.

In this article Claire shares some of her learnings to help employers in a similar role.

3. How Spirax-Sarco Engineering plc has changed its Global Graduate Programme
ISE facilitates the sharing of best practice and our bank of case studies on Insights provides a source of inspiration on all things early careers.

This particular case study delves into Spirax-Sarco Engineering’s graduate programme. It explains how and why it shifted from a Global Graduate Development Programme to a Global Graduate Leadership Programme.

4. What do employers think about international students?
HEPI and Kaplan worked with the Institute of Directors to understand how senior executives regard the UK’s visa regime. We provided the early career professionals’ perspective.

ISE members helped paint a picture of the challenges employers face when hiring international students. The outcome is HEPI’s ‘Not heard of this’: Employers’ perceptions of the UK’s Graduate Route visa paper.

5. A global talent pipeline is key to competing in local markets
Research by Talanta looked at the experiences of 40 companies recruiting apprentices, interns and graduates internationally. It showed how building a global talent pipeline can help student employers compete in local markets.

This article explores the challenges faced as well as potential solutions when recruiting internationally.

ISE’s Global Future Talent Conference – 5 March 2024
Join global heads of future talent to explore some of the biggest challenges we are facing in recruitment and development. We’ll also be launching the findings of the INEUCS Global Employers’ Insights Survey.
• Headline Sponsor’s Cappfinity delivering the Keynote Session: Globally consistent or locally adapted: Meeting the needs of different business lines/regions to hire for potential, strengths and skills
• Breakout sessions from AMS, Bright Network, Clyde & Co., Development Beyond Learning (DBL), SMRS, TMP Worldwide and Wiser
• Discussing topics such as marketing and attraction, EVP, employer brand, student development and global strategy
• Hear from Keynote Speaker, Steven Ehrlich on The Future of the Talent Acquisition Tech Stack
• Plus, the chance to network with peers and engage with sponsors at the Supplier Exhibition

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