We then develop our graduates by putting them on tailored development plans, training them in all the necessary technical and behavioural competencies needed to make them part of the highly-skilled workforce that has made the Robertson group of companies one of the most dynamic businesses in Britain.
During development, ambitious graduates are under the guidance of a manager responsible for their training and development. Mentors are also appointed, where appropriate, to help and encourage graduates through to professional qualifications.
While undergoing initial placement, graduates are placed in various roles throughout the business to help us further identify subsequent placement plans according to the needs of the group and the competencies gained so far by the individual graduate.
Starting salaries will normally be set between a minimum and maximum level, with the initial salary reflecting type of degree, experience and current market factors.Robertson also offers full-time employment to graduates following graduation who have successfully completed placements with us as part of their degree. Students doing this are also given paid employment by the company during university holidays. Further, students doing placements with Robertson while studying for their degree can also receive a payment of £250 a month towards their university costs provided they agree to work for Robertson following graduation.