The Relative Value of Graduate Placements

Posted in : HR Updates on 24 May 2010
Nicola Shaw
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Nicola Shaw writes:

Within BDO, we have availed of Graduate placements on an ad hoc basis over the years, with great success. A number of trainees have been retained following the completion of their placement and are now operating at various levels within the firm, including at manager level.

We currently have three Graduate Trainees onsite through Parity’s INTRO Programme, with a fourth about to join us in the coming weeks. The Trainees are working in a number of different business areas, including Wealth Management, Marketing and (most importantly in my eyes!) HR.

Why Have we Opted for this Approach?

  • Calibre of Candidates:

The Recruitment Team at Parity only send through two or three of

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