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When employers have two equally qualified candidates, they tend to choose the candidate with internship experience.
internships, trends and predictions, surveys, recruiting, spotlight
Employers share ideas on “campus champion” programs, including staffing, responsibilities and expectations, and guidelines for campus engagement.
best practices, recruiting methods, branding and marketing, program development, recruiting, spotlight, strategic planning
More than 30 percent of employers plan to hire international students from the Class of 2020, signaling a continued rebound from the 2018 recruiting year.
international students, trends and predictions, surveys, recruiting, spotlight
Employers plan to conduct nearly one-third of their college recruiting this spring, which is the highest percentage since 2015.
trends and predictions, surveys, recruiting, spotlight
Meetups are effective recruiting tools as they allow students and recruiters to establish personal connections.
best practices, recruiting methods, branding and marketing, recruiting, spotlight
Expert and author Tony Byers cites research confirming that there are substantial benefits associated with having a diverse and inclusive workplace.
best practices, diversity and inclusion, recruiting, spotlight
Employers reported conducting 68 percent of their recruiting in the fall this year, with the remaining 32 percent planned for the spring.
Collaboration among campus offices is a critical aspect in supporting students with disabilities during their search for employment.
best practices, diversity and inclusion, students with disabilities, candidate selection, recruiting, spotlight
Through a focused initiative, The Hartford has formalized and fortified its commitment to building an inclusive and engaging culture.
Key aspects of building an effective neurodiverse hiring program are having a sustained supply of candidates and getting buy in from within.