OUR CLIENTS LOVE WHAT WE DO. SO DO THE STUDENTS WE WORK WITH.
THIS IS WHAT THEY’VE BEEN SAYING ABOUT US.
March 19, 2018 | Posted in News
JOC is delighted to announce a formal partnership with a group of leading recruitment process outsourcing professionals.
The alliance, which was formally agreed in March 2018, brings experienced, specialist talent into our award-winning team, and adds a number of exciting new features to JOC’s existing service offering.
January 10, 2017 | Posted in News
With the graduate recruitment landscape becoming ever more complex, we spoke to Adam Powley, Graduate Programme Manager at London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG), about the Group’s latest attraction campaign and the organisation’s goals and priorities going forward.
June 25, 2015 | Posted in News
While many people are familiar with the skyline of this most elegant of English university towns, few have had the chance to witness it close-up in all its full glory. Until now that is.
In June 2015, JOC was commissioned by Oxford University’s digital communications department to produce a drone-powered aerial film for their Facebook site – showcasing some of Oxford’s most iconic locations. The film, which was produced with the JOC’s specialist partners Skyvantage, is the first time remote-controlled UAVs (or drones) have been used to film a UK university.
December 1, 2014 | Posted in News
Question: What do the students of Bocconi, INSEAD, LSE and Cape Coast have in common? Answer: they all took part in the recent Bank of America Merrill Lynch graduate webinar.
October’s live broadcast formed the centrepiece of BOAML’s 2014 EMEA graduate recruitment campaign, just one of a number of innovative new campaigns being rolled out by JOC this autumn.
An all-encompassing ‘lights, camera, action’ affair, the webinar saw BOAML graduates and senior employees field questions from current students located the length and breadth of the region.
June 24, 2014 | Posted in News
In a recent targeted student survey we conducted using the Milkround database we asked:
“What is most important to you when choosing a graduate employer?”
The results? 52.5% responded that the organisation’s culture and values were what mattered most to them. Next up was salary with 27.2% of the vote. The remaining 20.3% of students replied that the reputation of the brand was most important to them.