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One-third of employer URR departments operate as a component of human resources in a hybrid system.
operations, trends and predictions, surveys, benchmarks, spotlight
The tenure of college recruiters appears to have increased considerably since 2016, according to NACE’s 2018 Recruiting Compensation Benchmarks Report.
When it comes to cost-per-hire, the average amount is dependent on the way employers calculate their budgets.
Career centers are being housed less frequently in student affairs, more frequently in other divisions, and increasingly in various parts of the institution.
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, spotlight, benefits
The average number of full-time URR staff members that organizations employ decreased to 13.5 from 14.3 last year.
operations, trends and predictions, surveys, spotlight
Five years ago, California State University, Fullerton made an intentional culture shift by creating an integrated ecosystem within its eight colleges and across its campus.
graduate outcomes, operations, faculty, competencies, program development, spotlight, first generation, career development
The internship program at Mars, Inc. has undergone significant changes recently that have bolstered not only its numbers, but its value to the company.
best practices, internships, operations, program development, spotlight, strategic planning
Kellie Nickovich’s challenge was that she had just six months to ensure that
AECOM’s URR program was up and running for the fall 2018 recruiting period.
best practices, operations, program development, spotlight, strategic planning
it comes to working with colleges and universities, URR functions should develop
and nurture relationships that are strong and sustainable.
best practices, recruiting methods, branding and marketing, operations, spotlight