Posts Tagged ‘social media’

Whitechapel Mission : Fundraising Monopoly Challenge

Yesterday, Boyce Recruitment participated in the “Monopoly Challenge”, organised by the The Whitechapel Mission, a homeless charity in London. For those of you who know us, you will have hard about this wonderful charity before as they hold a very special place in our hearts. Under the London sun, the goal was to race to [Read More]

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Generation Z - digital natives

Preparing for the arrival of Generation Z

Understanding Generation Z This year we’ve seen lots of research and data around the profiling of Generation Y; what drives them, motivates them as consumers and, for recruiters in particular, understanding what appeals to them and how employers can capture their interests. We know they are ambitious and that they tend to be slightly more [Read More]

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Current trends

    There’s a massive transformation in the media landscape with the majority of us spending over half of our daily lives using screens ( PC, tablet, mobile, tv…..)  These are used for learning, making purchasing decisions, finding jobs, sharing conversations amongst many other things. The next generation are already embracing this world. Even as [Read More]

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Jobs increase in market research Industry: for skills in Passive Media Measurement

Market Research Industry is improved using single source passive measurement and London jobs have seen a surge in demand for skills in this area. Passive media measurement has transformed the way cross media advertising effectiveness is monitored. This has had a knock on effect on the number of roles we are working on which require [Read More]

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What’s coming next? Protecting your Privacy

There are many similarities between the market research industry and the recruitment industry. People’s desire for “privacy” i.e. to control what information is shared and with whom is extremely challenging.  In market research this is all about preferences, data, private information and in recruitment this is related to personal and professional work history, pay and [Read More]

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