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While the percentage of employers with a formal diversity recruiting effort has fluctuated since 2008, that percentage dropped significantly this year.
diversity and inclusion, students with disabilities, candidate selection, trends and predictions, surveys, spotlight
For the third time since 2014, the OFCCP has reduced the annual Vietnam Era Veterans’ Readjustment Assistance Act hiring benchmark.
legal issues, diversity and inclusion, candidate selection, veterans, spotlight
Disney Campus Recruitment works to make its job candidates know they won’t get lost during the application process.
best practices, branding and marketing, candidate selection, recruiting, spotlight
Not only do employers look for certain attributes, skills, and qualities in their candidates, but employers also consider new grads’ work experience.
internships, candidate selection, trends and predictions, surveys, spotlight, co-ops
Elon University staff offer a look at how the institution expanded the academic record to capture experiences.
best practices, internships, candidate selection, journal
The first attribute that makes or breaks employers’ further review of a candidate’s resume is GPA, followed by an ability to work as part of a team.
candidate selection, spotlight
When two candidates are equally qualified for a position, employers indicate that academic major is still the deciding factor in their hiring decisions.
Liberal arts graduates are valuable to tech companies because they are curious and solve problems using a multi-disciplinary approach, says Alice Harra of Reed College. Harra makes recommendations for tech companies to connect with and effectively recruit liberal arts students.
technology, candidate selection, liberal arts, spotlight
To make its internship program a valuable source of talent, Owens Corning places emphasis on hiring interns who it feels would be successful leaders in the future and on building deep connections between interns, the company, and the community.
best practices, internships, candidate selection, spotlight
The key for reference providers is to know what information should and can be disclosed, and what legal ramifications arise as a result of improper disclosures.
legal issues, candidate selection, references, journal