This page brings together The Grocer’s news, insight and commentary on all things new talent – from graduate careers and the impact of the apprenticeship levy to profiles on up-and-coming talent and the latest on our Top New Talent Awards
The sister retailers say the completion rate hit 10% above the national average
Deliveroo has called on the government to let companies pass a bigger cut of their Apprenticeship Levy funds “down the supply chain” to tackle what it has called a “national chef shortage”.
Climate apprenticeships would be part-funded by diverting 25% of the funds employers already set aside through the Apprenticeship Levy
Presenting the 36 rising stars of the food and drink industry who have made our TNT class of 2019
Today’s graduates aren’t ‘workshy, selfish and greedy’ as many headlines would have you believe
The TNT Awards, sponsored by Veritas Partners, aim to celebrate the best and brightest young talent working across the UK grocery and foodservice sector
Britain’s farmers are concerned that Brexit could lead to a shortage of quality managers for their businesses, but could apprentices provide a long-term solution to a potential labour crisis?
Top New Talent alumni Adam Thompson talks overseeing Rebel Kitchen’s growth from small startup to global proposition
We assembled an expert industry panel to share their top career tips on everything from how to maintain a work/life balance to their favourite interview questions
There are 10 students on this year’s placement scheme compared to six last year
The money will be made available to employers in Morrisons’ supply chain
The awards aim to celebrate the best and brightest young talent working across the UK grocery and foodservice sector today
The TNT class of 2016 winner talks about her new role, her career to date and the industry’s next big challenge
What can the fmcg industry do to attract the brightest graduates – and retain them?
The fmcg recruitment specialist is sponsoring the main awards night in November as well as the upcoming TNT Spring Social
It’s time that organisations invest in training their current and future workforce and help strengthen the UK economy
The number of people starting apprenticeships had “fallen substantially” since the introduction of reforms in 2017