KPMG is shortening its recruitment process because millennials are getting frustrated

Accountancy firm KPMG has decided to make its recruitment process much shorter because millennial applicants — people born between 1980 and 2000 — are getting frustrated by the old system, according to the BBC. KPMG’s previous arrangement required three separate assessments, which took place over many weeks. The decision follows a survey by KPMG in which more than a third of the 400 respondents said they were annoyed by the length of the application process.

Source: KPMG is shortening its recruitment process because millennials are getting frustrated – Yahoo Finance UK

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