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The significantly increased use of social media has changed the way employers and courts have handled noncompete and nonsolicitation agreements.
policy, legal issues, social media, spotlight
Baruch College’s Online Coaching Program leverages Facebook and live coaching to help graduate-level business students develop actionable career plans.
technology, best practices, coaching, social media, graduate students, spotlight, career development
The use of social media as a recruiting tool increased significantly as nearly 80 percent of employers reported that they use social media in their recruiting efforts.
recruiting methods, branding and marketing, surveys, social media, benchmarks, spotlight
What are students’ attitudes about communicating with employers via social media? And which platforms do they use and find useful in their job searches?
technology, student attitudes, surveys, social media, spotlight
Highlights from Scott Resource Group research: College students rate 44 candidate touchpoints according to their expectations and experiences.
best practices, recruiting methods, branding and marketing, interviewing, student attitudes, social media
Highlights from research conducted by Scott Resource Group: What do students think about technology in the hiring process?
technology, best practices, recruiting methods, student attitudes, social media
Should first-year students set up a LinkedIn account? NACE Community members weigh in on the topic.
technology, surveys, social media, spotlight, students
NACE’s 2016 Recruiting Benchmarks Survey found that the use of social media as a recruiting tool has decreased, halting several recent years of growth.
branding and marketing, trends and predictions, surveys, social media, spotlight
St. Cloud State University’s career center recently launched a program in which recruiters conduct one-on-one LinkedIn profile reviews with students and alumni.
technology, coaching, social media, spotlight
Employers should not require a candidate’s social media account logins or passwords; it violates NACE’s ethical principles.
social media, ethics, principles, advisory opinion