My name is Riccardo and I am an Italian guy living in Denmark, currently doing a rotation in France. I am writing this post on my way to Sweden with another Graduate from China, where we are going to join a training held by a British colleague.
An online case competition, video interviews, personality and aptitude tests, a full-day assessment center and a final interview – that’s what the 12 new additions to the Demant Graduate Family have been through to get to us.
We’re so happy with the new members of our family, and we’re proud to say that the 2018 group is the most diverse in our Graduate Programme’s history in terms of experience, educational background, nationality and personality.
A warm welcome to Abed, Alessandro, Alexander, Benedikte, Danique, Giulia, Julius, Nick, Nicolai, Nino, Rosa and Veronika – we can’t wait to have you join in September!
Assessment Center, Assessment Day, Recruitment Day, etc… It goes by many names, and many companies use such an event to evaluate candidates, when quite a large number of similar positions need to be filled. At William Demant we use Assessment Centers to see how potential employees perform in different real-life scenarios and how they work with other people.
My name is Kristine, and I am one of the two Engineering Graduates who started this September. Before coming to William Demant, I have studied Industrial Engineering and Management at the Technical University of Denmark. I have the majority of my practical experience from being part of the national board of a volunteer organization of 30,000+ members.
My name is Mads, and I’m a Business Consultant in William Demant, not a graduate. Now, some of you might be wondering why I’m writing this post on the Graduate Blog then, but there’s a good reason for that. Last year, I went through all the steps of the recruitment process for the Graduate Programme, which resulted in me joining William Demant in August.
My name is Maria, and this will be my first blog post since I started as a Global Operations Graduate in September 2017.
A few of this year’s graduates give some insights into what it’s like to be in the graduate programme.
Watch the video below!
Continue reading → Video Blog – Being in the Programme
My name is Stefan, and I am one of the two Diagnostic Graduates who started at William Demant in September.
Continue reading → The Life of a Diagnostics Graduate
When applying for any job, it’s crucial to make your application stand out. The best applications we see are those that clearly and concisely highlight their experience in a way that’s tailored to the specific graduate track they are applying for. This grabs our attention and makes us want to learn more. We’ve summed up our top five application tips below.
Continue reading → Our Top 5 Application Tips
Few things are as representative of Danish working culture as the reputable company ‘Julefrokost’ (Christmas Party). This once-a-year event has become such a staple that many companies use it as a point of differentiation to attract applicants and cement a particular corporate identity. In the first weekend of December, William Demant hosted its 2017 Christmas Party. It was my first Christmas party in a work setting, and this party was, to many, a very big deal.