Archive for March, 2013
You’re going in for a job interview, and though it’s probably not the first and may not be the last, it’s still got you pretty nervous and uptight.
Naturally, as a new college grad, you want to break into publishing, become an investment banker, change the world while working for the United Nations or kick-start your own company – but right now, that dreams still a week, month or four years away.
As the weeks after college graduation slowly tick by with barely a nibble on your applications for premium entry level jobs and paid internships, it’s easy to become discouraged and lose interest in the process.
Source of hire has changed significantly in some ways (and not at all in other ways), and there’s plenty for the 2013 hirer to learn from the world before broadband as well as last year’s stats.
Creating an efficient training program for your newest employees requires an artist’s craftsmanship and an engineer’s planning.
Paying for even meager living expenses can be tough when you’re an intern.
Perhaps you’re recruiting college students for internships or looking to bring on some new talent in a few of your departments.
If you own a laptop, you’ve probably had at least one personal or professional conversation via webcam before.
Once upon a time, most people went into their life profession through apprenticeship. A young person was apprenticed to a local artisan and learned their craft in that way. Modern day internship programs aren’t all that different.
Over time, it becomes pretty easy to recognize the kinds of candidate behaviors and conduct that should throw up red flags.
Hiring can be a tough time.