BDO considers its people as its most valuable asset. It employs over 38,000 professionals with diverse backgrounds and expertise in various fields
BDO Unibank emerged as one of the country’s leading graduate employers. The bank was named the Top Graduate Employer in the Banking and Financial Services Sector and ranked fifth in GradPhilippines’ Top 100 Graduate Employers List in the Philippines.
The Top 100 Graduate Employers List ranks companies based on their web search popularity and average review scores on top job sites. GradPhilippines undertakes a comprehensive methodology to arrive at its sector and overall rankings, which includes a review and consolidation of data from search engines, page views, and employee reviews.
GradPhilippines indicated that over 600 Filipino companies were nominated before arriving at the final list. Criteria include posting career opportunities for fresh graduates on employment sites; posting job or internship openings on any Prosple site in 2020; and having more than five searches on GradPhilippines.com.
“BDO considers its people as its most valuable assets. It employs over 38,000 professionals with diverse backgrounds and expertise in various fields.
Thanks to its workforce, the bank is able to find ways for its clients every day,” said Evelyn Salagubang, BDO senior vice president and head of Human Resources Group.
“We continuously innovate our recruitment strategies to invite the country’s most talented professionals to join our organization and in the process, help enrich their careers. We take pride in how many of our employees have been with us for decades, some since they graduated from college. We are grateful for our employees’ continued loyalty and contribution to BDO’s success.”
GradPhilippines is part of the Prosple group, which provides graduates around the world with job-hunting tools and resources to help them get the best possible start in their careers. Prosple has more than 180 career and study websites throughout Australia, New Zealand, and the Southeast Asia region.
Source: Daily Tribune