In response to rapidly changing needs brought about by globalisation and the accelerating pressure of change, Credit Suisse have found that their traditional hiring metrics are no longer getting the employees they need. They are tearing up the established rule book and approaching it in a different way.
So, if the old ways won’t do, how do young learners appeal to today’s employers?
ESF is collaborating with Credit Suisse to bring you their perspective. You will hear from Nikki Davies, Campus Recruiting APAC and Billy Naveed, Hedge Fund Sales and Head of Tech Sales, Credit Suisse followed by Q&A.
If you want to know how much your choice of university counts… how important language skills are… what to expect in interviews and whether starting a business or playing Grade 8 piano is more likely to appeal to employers, come along and find out from one of those employers.
Date: Monday 13th February
Venue: Credit Suisse, Auditorium, 88th floor, ICC, Kowloon
Entry is free and open to all. To register your interest please complete this Google Form: https://goo.gl/forms/jcSyPoQF0vdBL5lR2
For more information please contact Crispian Farrow, Learning Technology Advisor, English Schools Foundation, firstname.lastname@example.org