Tulip, Britain’s largest pig farmer and producer of pork, celebrated 10 years of its graduate programme last week and unveiled plans to reshape the scheme for 2019.
The celebrations brought together 26 employees who joined the company through the graduate scheme, as well as members of Tulip’s leadership team and the HR department, to celebrate this milestone.
To mark a decade developing young talent, Tulip will be reshaping its scheme for 2019’s admissions, evolving its graduate proposition to ensure it is recruiting and growing the best team available.
Since 2008, Tulip has brought in 85 graduates through its two-year ‘management development’ programme, across a number of sectors including commercial, customer insight, HR, new product development, operations and agriculture.
Nicky Taylor, Tulip’s head of leadership and talent development, said: “We’re really proud of our graduate scheme and believe that our graduates help shape the company. We already offer the chance for employees to experience different business situations within a variety of disciplines, allowing them to develop a wide skill set and pool of knowledge, and we’re looking forward to evolving our proposition further to ensure we attract and create the best talent possible.”