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Long-promoted as a viable replacement for employers’ physical presence on campus, virtual career fairs had not gained significant traction prior to COVID-19.
technology, best practices, recruiting, spotlight, coronavirus
This NEW publication from NACE, Succeeding in the New Normal: Student Attitudes and Effective Virtual Recruiting, provides recommendations and insights, based on research and qualitative interviews with students, for effective virtual recruiting strategies and practices. Download your FREE copy today.
technology, best practices, recruiting methods, student attitudes, recruiting
Research conducted by Mary Scott reveals that students are far more likely to use laptops than smartphones to complete key tasks throughout the recruiting process.
technology, best practices, recruiting, spotlight
The Stony Brook Center for Remote Internships & Experiential Learning provides practical resources for employers operating remotely during the pandemic and beyond.
technology, best practices, internships, faculty, recruiting, spotlight, coronavirus
There is a disconnect between students’ use of employer websites and their perception of the usefulness of those sites. Here’s why and how to fix it.
best practices, branding and marketing, recruiting, spotlight, coronavirus
Students may ask specific questions to assess your organization’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Be prepared to answer them.
best practices, coaching, diversity and inclusion, interviewing, student attitudes, recruiting, spotlight
The percentages of career centers offering virtual career fairs and employers taking part in them has climbed steeply this fall.
technology, operations, trends and predictions, recruiting, spotlight, coronavirus
Empower Retirement is moving away from assessing candidates for “culture fit” by aligning values and providing hiring managers with interview questions and language.
best practices, operations, diversity and inclusion, recruiting, spotlight
Some universities and colleges require third-party recruiters to reveal the name of the organization they are recruiting for.
When employers have two equally qualified candidates, they tend to choose the candidate with internship experience.
internships, trends and predictions, surveys, recruiting, spotlight