By applying the conceptual model outlined in this paper, those charged with or concerned about graduate employability will find the transformation of a series of "employability" steps into a relevant and easy to communicate philosophy of Graduate Employability. Furthermore, the model affords the potential to generate a viable "added value" metric for employers applicable to assessing the impact of their graduate employee cohorts over non-graduate permanent staff.
- Graduate Employer Risk Mitigation Scale (GERMS)
- Philosophy of Graduate Employability
Rose, E., & Hills, M. (2013). Mitigating risk for graduates and potential employers: The moral imperative for students in delivering superior value for employers. Paper presented at Learning and Teaching Conference, .