Aggregate Industries

2018 graduate scheme a next generation investment by Aggregate

  • 3 Oct 2018

Aggregate Industries continued investment in the next generation has seen the construction giant recently launch its 2018 graduate programme.

Each year, the business offers a range of different incentives designed to provide people with an opportunity to learn new skills and practice them in a live environment, as a solid basis for career development.

This new commercial graduate scheme is focused on the diverse commercial opportunities that exist in the company nationwide.

James Roberts, Organisation & Human Resources Director at Aggregate Industries, commented: “As a large employer we take our responsibility to invest in the next generation very seriously, which is why our established graduate programme is a driver to deliver future business leaders.

“We also continue to strive for diversity and inclusion within the sector which is why we are working hard to attract more females onto our schemes – encouragingly, in recent years we have seen a rise in our female intake and hope this will continue for the long-term.”

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