The AAGE hosts an annual conference, bringing together employers from around the nation to learn, develop and network together in an energetic and stimulating environment.
Our conferences allow delegates to focus on broader issues impacting on the industry, to have the opportunity to learn from industry experts, discover the latest trends and to discuss solutions and methods in which to handle industry challenges.
The conference format encourages the open sharing of knowledge and experience, which serves to elevate the graduate recruitment industry as an increasingly important, strategic part of a business.
2017 marks the 29th year that the AAGE has hosted a Graduate Recruitment & Development Conference in Australia.
2017 delegates include:
Accenture, Adecco Australia, AECOM, AGL Energy, Ai Group, Alfred Health, Allan Hall HR Services, AMP Services, ANSTO, Arup, Ashurst, Attorney-General's Department, Aurecon, Australian Energy Market Operator, Australian Geospatial-Intelligence Organisation, Australian National Audit Office, Australian Prudential Regulation Authority, Australian Public Service Commission, Australian Taxation Office, AustralianSuper, Bankwest, BDO, Bendigo and Adelaide Bank, BITS Pilani University, Bond University, Broadspectrum, California State Auditor, Chandler Macleod, Charles Darwin University, Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, CIMIC Group, Cisco, Clarkson University, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, CPA Australia, CUA, Curtin University, cut-e, DBL, Deakin University, Department of Agriculture and Water Resources, Department of Communications and the Arts, Department of Defence, Department of Education and Training, Department of Environment and Heritage Protection (QLD), Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (VIC), Department of Finance, Department of Finance, Services & Innovation (NSW), Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Department of Health, Department of Health WA, Department of Human Services, Department of Immigration and Border Protection, Department of Industry, Innovation and Science, Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development, Department of Social Services, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, Department of the Treasury, Department of Veterans' Affairs, DLA Piper, Engineering Education Australia, Etax Accountants, Evolution Mining, EY, Flight Centre Travel Group, Flinders University, Fusion Graduate Consultancy, GHD, GradAustralia, GradConnection, Griffith University, Havas People, HOBAN Recruitment, Holcim Australia, Honeywell, IBM Australia, iCare NSW, IMC Pacific, Impact International, Intuit Inc, IRESS, Ixom, Jacobs Group (Australia), James Cook University, John Holland Group, Korn Ferry, KPMG, La Trobe University, Lendlease, Level Crossing Removal Authority, L'Oreal, Macquarie Group Services Australia, ManpowerGroup Solutions, Mars Australia, McGrathNicol, Microsoft, Monadelphous, Monash Professional Pathways, Monash University, NACE, Navitas, NSW Public Service Commission, PATH4 Graduates, PBC and Hogan, Pernod Ricard Winemakers, Pitcher Partners, Probuild Constructions, Public Service Commission (Qld), QIC, Queensland Audit Office, Queensland Government - DSITI, Queensland Health, QUT, RACV, Redox, Refraction Media, Reserve Bank of Australia, Revelian, RMIT University, RSM Australia, Saab Australia, Santos, Saville Assessment Asia Pacific, Schneider Electric Australia, ShineWing Australia, Sonru, Stockland, Suncorp, Susquehanna Pacific, Tasmanian Networks, TechnologyOne, Thales Australia, The Australian National University, The Star Entertainment Group, The University of Adelaide, The University of Auckland, The University of Melbourne, The University of Queensland, The University of South Australia, The University of Sydney, Thiess, Torrens University, Transport for NSW, UGL, University of Southern Queensland, University of Tasmania, University of Technology Sydney, University of Wollongong, UNSW, Western Sydney University, WorkSafe Victoria, Xero