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Graduate Recruiters Network (GRN) presents - GDPR and Graduate Recruiters

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King's College London



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09:00am Introduction and welcome - Jenny Austin, Recruitment Solutions Manager at GRB. Understand the background to GRN and the learning outcomes for today's session.

09.10am The View From Campus - Kate Daubney, Head of Careers Service, KCL. Discover the latest activity on campus revealing student behaviour and recruiter campaigns.

09.40am Q&A. Your chance to probe and clarify issues raised by the first speaker.

10.00am Refreshment break. Enjoy a tea or coffee and catch up with fellow members, colleagues and make new acquaintances.

10.15am GDPR and Graduate Recruiters. Rachael Oakley, Osborne Clarke. How will GDPR affect your recruitment practices in 2018?

10.45am Q&A. Your chance to probe and clarify issues raised by the second speaker.

11.00am Depart


Jenny Austin is the Recruitment Solutions Manager at GRB - Jenny is extremely passionate about supporting employers with everything to do with graduates as I know how important it is for you to get it right!

In an extremely competitive market, we leverage 20 years of experience to safely ensure the success of your graduate recruitment programme. Whether you are looking for tomorrow’s leaders or want a specific skill set, we can create the framework required to connect this with your strategy. From analysing your current approach, supporting attraction & selection, all the way through to on-boarding, our solutions add quantifiable value. We can offer a variety of different, flexible recruitment activities such as Video and Telephone Interviewing, Assessment Centre Support, CV Screening and much more.

Kate Daubney has been a careers consultant for fifteen years, and with a client group across all ages from school to late career changers. Her specialisms are PhD and post-doctoral researchers, globally mobile professionals and mid-career change, freelance careers and entrepreneurship. She is Head of Careers and Employability at King's College London, which is a careers service in The Careers Group of the University of London. Her strategic interests are in embedding employability across the HE curriculum, and in how to enable young people to make better informed decisions about their futures through school and other interventions.

Rachael Oakley is an Employment Associate Solicitor at Osborne Clarke advising clients on a wide range of contentious and non-contentious employment matters including unfair dismissal, discrimination, whistleblowing, restrictive covenants, contracts of employment, HR policies and the employment aspects of corporate transactions.


"I very much enjoyed the event - thanks and congratulations to all concerned - and will certainly be attending future ones."

"Finally made it to an event, really enjoyed yesterday.Insightful speakers and a good mix of professionals in the room. I really like the event being educational rather than sales based."

"Very interesting session: very enjoyable."

"I really enjoyed the event yesterday and found it really useful. I hadn't been to a GRB meeting previously but will definitely try to attend more in the future as there was some great food for thought."

"The interaction with those in similar positions is of real value and can only be provided at such forums thus making them unique."

"I thought the session was really useful and really good to have people from different industries."

"Really enjoyed this morning, I think you hit just the right balance of information and informality."

“I thought it was very good actually - apart from the fact that I was desperately trying to hide the fact that I had been somewhat ill during the night (not alcohol related I might add!), it was good. Carl is a good speaker and person to get things moving etc - good range of industries/companies represented too.”

"Thanks for yesterday. My first time going to one of those events, rather than hosting them on the other side of the fence! Was very interesting and useful."

"Thanks for a very enjoyable and interesting event this morning."



Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?

This event is exclusively for members of the GRADUATE RECRUITERS NETWORK (GRN) only. Join HERE.

Can I book more than one ticket?

Yes, however due to the popularity of these events it may be necessary to restrict entrance to one person per member organisation.

What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?

The nearest Tube station is Temple.

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