What attributes do employers find important when selecting target school? They rated majors offered and quality of programs as “extremely important.”
If your organization provides dental insurance and a company-matched 401(k) plan, it’s offering the benefits new hires are seeking most.
In terms of URR budget allocation, the majority of funds were slotted for recruiting trips, office overhead, and internship/co-op programs.
Changes in how frequently employers expect to reassess their hiring plans suggest that they believe their college hiring needs are more stable this year.
Employer use of video interviewing jumped nearly 25 percent since last year, making it the primary catalyst for the decline in on-campus interviewing.
When it comes to developing URR strategy, Mark Woodrum, university recruiting leader for Cloudera, encourages organizations to drill deeper than general data.
To boost a stagnant college recruiting program, organizations should consider shifting their approach to think like marketers. The key to this approach is using data to make decisions.
Depending on one’s position and responsibilities, unconscious biases can permeate the culture and operations of the organization. The first step toward neutralizing or eliminating unconscious biases is bringing them out into the light.
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