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New boundaries, new brands: a typically ground-breaking JOC autumn

December 1, 2014
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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 […]

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What’s most important to students?

June 24, 2014
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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 […]

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Guest blog: Looking for the graduates who aren’t necessarily looking for you.

June 3, 2014
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Contributed by Phil Woodford of Here Comes the Cavalry. It’s probably a big mistake in a blog like this to reminisce about my own university days. Margaret Thatcher was in power and Bananarama were riding high in the charts when I first showed up at the LSE back in 1987. Today’s generation of students would […]

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Guest blog: Are traditional recruitment marketing tactics obsolete?

December 11, 2013
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We are lucky to have Phil Welch, a seasoned Graduate Recruitment writer, as a guest blogger this week. Let us know what you think of his take on traditional marketing tactics in Graduate Recruitment. Enjoy! I recently saw an article in the Evening Standard about the upcoming RAD Awards. In it, a senior creative in […]

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BDO School Leaver Video

October 7, 2013
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Here it is! As promised, our latest video produced for the BDO School Leavers Programme is now live, check it out! We wanted to produce something that would help students make the right decision for them, and encourage them to look into School Leaver Programmes as an option.

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