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Ask any boss – one of the biggest morale boosters you can offer employees is food.
When it comes to recruiting college students or hiring graduates for a job, you want to be sure you’ve got the cream of the crop working on your team.
December means two things – finals and winter break.
Now that Thanksgiving is over with, it’s time to start worrying about Christmas presents.
While it’s understandable to look for outside candidates to fill middle or upper management positions at your organization, sometimes the best talent is lying right under your nose.
Your fall semester finals are right on the doorstep.
Unlike applicants for premium entry level jobs, you may need to exercise a little extra leniency when it comes to hiring college students for internships at your company or organization.
My responsibilities as a hiring manager aren’t just about bringing new talent on board – I’m charged with retaining their services for as long as possible.
After months of applying for premium entry level jobs and paid internships, it can be an immense relief to finally hear the words, “You’re hired.”
The holidays are a stressful time, but this is twice as true when you have to ask employees to work unpopular hours.
When you’re applying for premium entry level jobs and paid internships after college, you can expect to deal with a fair amount of waiting and rejection.
Simply put, holidays are fun.
a little introduction to our community Hi, my name is Yuberniz Orengo, but everyone calls me Yubi. I’m 18 and about to enter college for the first time. I’m going to Kent State University in Kent, Ohio to study Fashion Merchandizing. I’m moving all the way from Miami, FL, where I was born and [...]
If you grew up with your nose in book after book after book, there’s a chance you decided to become a literature major.