If I Only Had A Brain: Why It’s Time To Rethink College Recruiting.

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The Straw Man: The Myth of College Recruiting and Me. It was a lot of responsibility, and even more work and you’re making a significant investment, with so much of your personal time, money and bandwidth involved in getting a degree that, to my surprise, so many recruiters and employers out there see as, well, worthless. This challenge required the type of commitment that’s rarely required in more traditional undergraduate college programs. A real college?

The 7 Best Job Boards for Hiring Interns


With recent lawsuits escalating arguments on both sides of the issue, companies now shoulder the legal responsibility to know if and when an intern needs to be financially compensated according to the Federal Labor Standards Act (FSLA). You likely already use LinkedIn as a major sourcing tool for open positions at your organization, so why not leverage the world’s largest professional network for internships as well? College Recruiter.


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3 Strategies to Recruit and Retain Gen Z College Graduates

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The first full class of Generation Z, the burgeoning cohort born between 1997 and 2012 , graduated college this year, and these hardworking, independent individuals are looking for their first jobs. Having grown up in the midst of the 2008 financial crisis, Gen Z looks at the world differently. Source: hxdbzxy / Shutterstock. Let’s explore the top three considerations companies should make when adjusting their strategies to recruit and retain top Gen Z talent.

Embrace Talent Diversity in Your Sourcing Strategy


Rather than be turned off by complexity and difficulty, companies and recruiters must approach diversity like they would any other issue, with determination, curiosity, and creativity. Countless studies have shown that diversity initiatives improve morale, corporate culture, employee retention and recruitment , all of which increase a company’s competitive advantage. It's no secret that many companies struggle to nurture and promote diversity.

Without Bias: Pride and Prejudice and Recruiting.

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Yes, recruiters are known to stretch the truth, but if there’s one rule I’ve learned, it’s that the more ridiculous, far-fetched and unbelievable a recruiter’s story might be, the more likely it is to be true. Or at least, provide the rest of you recruiters out there with a cautionary tale of what not to do when working a recruiting desk. Retention is every recruiter’s enemy, if you think about it.

The 13 Human Resources After-effects of Remote Work and Tighter Budgets


One technology company, among the fastest-growing companies in the world, increased the number of positions handled per recruiter by 50 percent within a quarter with Eightfold. . Budgets are tight; internal sourcing will happen first. College recruiting will leave the dark ages.

Where Are the Women in Technology?


At this point, hearing someone say how competitive the hiring market is for tech may induce an eye roll, a groan and a “Tell us something we don’t know” from fellow recruiters and employers. It’s safe to say recruiting in the tech industry can be a somewhat of a nightmare. Source: EMSI Analyst. When it comes to a strategy for recruiting more women in tech, an eye toward soon-to-be graduates is a great place to begin. Source: EMSI College Analyst.

Top 100 HR and Recruitment Blogs [by Organic Traffic with Top 3 Articles Each]


There are a ton of great HR/Recruitment blogs. Ongig, of course, has its own recruiting blog — you’re reading it right now! This includes general HR blogs, recruiting blogs, talent acquisition blogs, employer branding blogs and more. Top 3 HR/recruitment blog posts.

The What, When and Where of 2016’s Biggest Recruiting Events


There are so many ways to learn and grow in the recruiting industry. This includes recruiters. She is the global head of digital recruitment and employer brand for Oracle’s Global Talent Acquisition Organization. At first glance, this SHRM-sponsored event might not seem like a conference for recruiters. Recruiters are at the intersection of work, power, politics and money. If you’re an IT recruiter, TechServe Alliance is for you.

If I Only Had A Brain, Part II: Rise Up

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If there’s enough demand created for attending college, they can charge you whatever they want per application. Seems simple if your parents have money but what about the kids with little financial support from family members? But it’s important to consider who’s profiting from it and consider that you might be the one losing by not recruiting from online universities. About the Author: Derek Zeller draws from over 16 years in the recruiting industry.

Small Business, Big Opportunity: 5 Ways SMBs Can Recruit New College Grads


If you’re an employer looking to hire on new college graduates this commencement season, you’re in good company. That’s up two percentage points from last year and the best hiring outlook for new college grads in a decade. In 2015, just 14 percent of graduating seniors had post-college jobs lined up. It stands to figure that there are hundreds – if not thousands – of new college grads who are willing, eager and able to fill your openings.

5 Proven Tactics Every Company Can Use to Get More Women in the C-suite

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recruiters earlier this year showed that 80% of recruiters said they had noted an increase in the requests for women executives during the previous 12 months. So to help any company recruit more women leaders, we've put together five tactics that can help you reach that goal: 1. Target women’s colleges and professional organizations to find high-performers. Referrals have often been hailed as the best source for quality hires.

Cash Is King: How (And When) To Have That Compensation Conversation.

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Yes, these wonderful windbags, these crank “career coaches” who have no experience with recruiting or HR, much less the realities of talent acquisition today, have decided to mislead job seekers into somehow believing that compensation doesn’t count when looking for a job. There is no reason for anybody in your possible next employer to be made privy to your personal financial information. Hurt: Why Compensation Is The 1 Thing A Recruiter Needs To Know About You.

Millennials in HR Leadership: Hear From A Member of The Next Generation