Earlier this month, online retail behemoth Amazon held a multi-city job fair to help fill more than 50,000 positions. The fair consisted of 12 events in total, including 10 that took place onsite at Amazon fulfillment centers across the country.
Category: College Recruiting
The campus is a prime source of entry-level workers for many types of jobs. It takes some special techniques and approaches to be successful at attracting the students you want when there is a lot of competition from other employers.
What channels should recruiters use when communicating with college students? A recent study from Universum Global, a provider of employer branding solutions, provides insight.
With college intern hiring on the increase, it’s a good time to review internship best practices.
Business and IT students, those soon-to-be grads you seek, have employer preferences, and these preferences may surprise you.
Employers anticipate hiring 3.4 percent more interns in 2017 than they did in 2016, according to a recent report from the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE). Perhaps this isn’t surprising given that the demand for employees outweighs the supply of qualified candidates.
Debate about whether recruiting is sales will likely continue until the purple squirrel jumps over the moon. But one thing talent acquisition professionals can agree on is that recruiting requires communication.
As a generation, millennials have gotten a lot of attention, much of it negative. But it turns out not all millennial traits are bad for business.
Job opportunities should be plentiful for the college Class of 2017, which is good news for graduates. However, two recent surveys suggest employers face stiff competition when recruiting these candidates.
Yesterday we looked into how college degrees might be the new high school diploma when it comes to hiring. Today we’ll look at some basics of recruiting college students.
It sure seems that way. According to a recent CareerBuilder® survey, 38% of employers have raised their educational requirements over the past 5 years, compared to 32% last year.