College Recruiter
College Recruiter
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College Recruiter
College Recruiter
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  •   Having grown up more aware of diversity issues than previous generations, college students might not think they have blind spots. Recruiters, HR leaders and executives all know, however, that even as the millennial generation floods the workforce, we are all still struggling to create more inclusive workplaces and more diversity in organizations. We heard from […]

College Recruiter
College Recruiter
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  •   Whether you add flashy perks to your benefits package, don’t forget that what millennials care about first (and really anyone, for that matter), is earning a competitive and fair wage, and job security. If your retention strategies don’t acknowledge that, this article may not be for you. As College Recruiter founder and president Steven […]

College Recruiter
College Recruiter
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  •   Talent acquisition professionals, how do you know if you’re providing a positive candidate experience? Ask your candidates. It sounds like a punchline to a joke, but in seriousness, the experience you give to candidates reveals a lot about who you are. Disengage, and you shrink the pool you have to fish in. Each candidate […]

College Recruiter
College Recruiter
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  •   If you need an internship this year, try learning from people who have failed or succeeded at finding one. Your advisor says an internship will open doors and build your skills. But you’re busy with everything else, and you might not even know what to look for in an internship. What doors do you […]

College Recruiter
College Recruiter
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  •   A data breach through your ATS is serious business. Job applicants assume, as they should, that their data will be protected. Employers must take this trust seriously and prevent others from accessing applicant information. The recent news about the Equifax data breach has put many business leaders on edge. Especially for large employers, the […]

College Recruiter
College Recruiter
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  •   Psychology is one of the most popular college majors. What kinds of psychology jobs are out there for you if you have an undergraduate degree? Dr. Stewart Shankman, Ph.D. spoke with us about how he prepares his students for their careers, and where he sees them succeed after college. Dr. Shankman is the Director […]

College Recruiter
College Recruiter
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  •   In my recruiting days, I counseled many college students on the transition from being a student to being a professional. Even if you’ve been employed since graduation, there is plenty to learn about behaving professionally. Work etiquette matters if you want to earn respect of your superiors and colleagues. I spoke with Vicky Oliver, […]

College Recruiter
College Recruiter
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  •   College graduation should be one of the most exciting days of your life, but it can seem like a nearly impossible task to find jobs for felons, or if you have any kind of criminal record. Don’t be discouraged. While a majority of employers perform background checks on potential hires, you can take steps […]

College Recruiter
College Recruiter
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  • Recruiters at large organizations constantly struggle with the challenge of hiring a high volume of candidates who have the excellent quality they need to drive business forward. Pre employment assessment is one tool that employers have at their disposal to balance the need for speed and quality. We interviewed Dr. Marc Wenzel, who is VP […]

College Recruiter
College Recruiter
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College Recruiter
College Recruiter
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  • Employee and work engagement affects the bottom line. You can measure it quantitatively, and you can get a qualitative story about your employees. We checked in with two friends who are experts in talent acquisition. They share the resources they use to stay on top of trends, and offer real advice for reshaping how you […]

College Recruiter
College Recruiter
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  •   Business is the most popular major on college campuses today. Many students believe a business degree gives them the best shot at employment and a successful career, but according to the Washington Post, many employers disagree. Below we provide a list of entry level business jobs, but first, business majors should read what you are probably lacking and […]

College Recruiter
College Recruiter
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  •   Do you take all costs into account when you measure cost-per-hire? That is, staff time, travel costs, etc. If you do, Steven Rothberg is guessing that you’ll notice something about on campus recruiting versus online recruiting. Rothberg is the president and founder of College Recruiter and has both depth and a breadth of knowledge […]

College Recruiter
College Recruiter
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  •   If your employer is like the vast majority, you try to keep your candidates in the dark about salary range until you’re ready to discuss it.  This is a disservice to both you and the candidate, so we are providing tips for talent acquisition leaders and their recruiting teams to prepare proactively for these […]

College Recruiter
College Recruiter
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  •   If you text with your candidates during the hiring process, you will likely see things pick up speed. The technology is available, and candidates are waiting for you to use it on them. Millennial candidates appreciate employers who text with them Sending texts to candidates has the added benefit of increasing your cool factor. […]

College Recruiter
College Recruiter
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  •   Technology can help facilitate the awareness of hidden bias, but the tools themselves are not the solution. We spoke with two talent acquisition and workforce planning experts to discuss recruitment technology. Our conversation went far beyond the tools available for recruiters. Bruce Soltys is the Head of Talent Acquisition Sourcing Strategies at Travelers, and Janine Truitt […]

College Recruiter
College Recruiter
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  •   Balancing school and work is a game of time and money. First, you need to create a budget (this is easy) to figure out how many hours per week you have to work in order to pay your bills. Then, manage your priorities by thinking through how many hours you have each week and […]

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College Recruiter
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College Recruiter
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  •   If recruiters aren’t looking beyond their annual list of campuses, or looking beyond the traditional 4-year graduate, or expanding the short list of majors they actively seek, they could be sinking their own ship. I am not the first one to point this out. LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner says their emphasis moving forward is […]

College Recruiter
College Recruiter
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  •   If you are beginning your last year of college, don’t put off the job search. Looking for a job can easily start to feel like a full-time job itself. Luckily, there are things you can do that fold into your daily or weekly lives that will help you land a job by the time […]

College Recruiter
College Recruiter
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  •   If you haven’t selected a major yet, you are probably getting all kinds of advice from peers, parents, faculty and everyone with an opinion on social media. Many advise that you study what you’re interested in. To follow your heart, because that way you’ll find a job you’re passionate about. Considering a major that […]

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