A major element helping TD reach its diversity recruiting goals is the variety of events and outreach offered through its TD Early Access program.
Employers plan to use more technology as a recruiting tool. However, this growing focus on technology may affect other traditional recruitment methods.
Career fairs are not dead—just ask students, says consultant Mary Scott. Basing her insights on longitudinal research, Scott explains how student expectations for career fairs have changed over the years, and discusses the conditions organizations need to meet to ensure students value their participation in these important events.
Entrepreneurial students can help spark innovation and improve procedures within organizations. However, traditional companies can find it difficult to identify and attract these students.
NACE’s Class of 2015 Student Survey found that nearly 70 percent of graduating seniors used alumni in their job search, and a majority rated alumni as a very or extremely effective job-search resource.
Following are eight best practices to use in your career fair planning.
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