Archive for December, 2010
Recruiters: ever thought about making a video testimonial of your employees? Well, I’m here to give you some quick reasons why you should do it, and some tips on how to do it. What stirred up this mission of mine? My colleague, Tim Keene, recently wrote a blog about what Gen Y values most in [...]
Everyone knows finding a candidate who is a good fit for the company culture is a top priority when trying to screen applicants. If your company supports the type of work environment where it’s considered normal to get someone’s attention by dinging a wadded up piece of paper off their head, a candidate who wants [...]
For college seniors and recent grads, the holidays are a time to gear up your job search because a lot new jobs get posted in January. Use the time over your holiday break to get your materials ready and even do a little networking.
Experience helps you, the entry level employer, find the candidates you need by giving you the ability to target your candidate pool by specific criteria: major, GPA, grad year, location, college and more. We’ll also give you great insight into our extensive network of candidates.
Lately, we’ve been talking to a lot of seniors and recent grads in the Experience network about your challenges in looking for entry-level work and in landing interviews. When you think about all the great colleges out there and all the people looking for work in your field…it’s evident, you need an edge on the [...]
Entry-level job seekers need an edge on the competition. Experience, Inc. gives you that edge by showing you real time data on who is hiring, where the jobs are, what majors have the most jobs and more. Use our data to be strategic in your job search.
Everyone knows first impressions count. When you have an interview scheduled with a top candidate do you leave them waiting in the lobby for ten minutes after your meeting is supposed to start, and then greet them with a greasy handshake while you wipe bits of the steak burrito you just scarfed down from the [...]