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While the overall average recruiting budget for the 2016-17 recruiting year was $491,303, the way employers reported their numbers had an impact on the budget data.
compensation, operations, trends and predictions, surveys, benchmarks, nace insights, benefits
Offering community service days is important for Ellucian because it helps with interns’ experience and engagement, and with branding the program.
best practices, internships, compensation, branding and marketing, nace insights, benefits
As a rising number of professionals are
prioritizing a healthier work-life balance, savvy organizations are valuing
employee performance and happiness more than when and where work is done.
surveys, recruiting, nace insights, benefits, retention
While all classes agreed on the most important benefits, there were definite shifts in their order of importance.
compensation, student attitudes, surveys, nace insights, benefits
Fifty-eight percent of employers responding to NACE’s 2018 Internship & Co-op Survey offered interns relocation assistance.
internships, compensation, trends and predictions, surveys, nace insights, benefits, co-ops
Are employers providing the benefits that their new college hires want most? Not in all cases, according to results of NACE’s Class of 2017 Student Survey.
branding and marketing, trends and predictions, student attitudes, surveys, nace insights, benefits
How do employers help interns find temporary housing? Employer members of NACE’s Community noted several methods of helping interns with temporary lodging.
internships, nace insights, benefits
While the average number of paid holidays for employees in URR functions is fairly consistent, the average number of vacation days ranges more widely.
compensation, nace insights, benefits
If your organization provides dental insurance and a company-matched 401(k) plan, it’s offering the benefits new hires are seeking most.
compensation, trends and predictions, surveys, nace insights, benefits
NACE’s First Generation Students Report finds differences in attitudes between first-generation and non-first generation students toward some employer benefits.
salaries, nace insights, benefits