If you’re interested in recruiting college students, looking to hire students or generally need volunteers for internships, you can certainly find them – so long as you know where to post.
According to the ADP National Employment report for January, things are looking up in the job sector!
So how do you retain Millennials who are liable to skip town for greener pastures at any minute?
When interviewing a candidate for a position, there’s always a part of you that will make snap judgements and determine a degree of your feelings based on seemingly random or unknown factors.
When you’re looking to hire graduates and offering premium entry level jobs, it can be hard to know how much experience you should expect from new hires.
Young employees, whether in search of premium entry level jobs or internships, could be an excellent addition to your office.
A college career fair can be an excellent place to pick up new employees or even interns.
In the age of Facebook, email, Gchat, 140-character Tweets and LinkedIn profiles, hiring employees is about as difficult as glimpsing the future in a misty crystal ball.
An understanding of both office culture and candidate and employee personalities is essential for things to function smoothly, happily and productively in the office.
When you change what drives your hiring decisions, you can improve your judgment and hire graduates and new talent who deserve the jobs.
Every year, Glassdoor, a job and company review site with commentary by actual employees, compiles a list of the 25 weirdest and most obscure interview questions folks have reported.
On paper, recruiters have a very simple job.
Sometimes the best internship candidates just aren’t living within a 25-mile – or even 2,500 mile – radius.
For employers and job seekers both, recruiters are sometimes a necessity.