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Year in review: The best campus recruitment resources of 2014

The countdown is on! As the year comes to a close, we’re rounding up our best campus recruitment resources from 2014.

It was an egg-ceptional year for the campus community – from the insider-insight shared at the 2014 TalentEgg National Campus Recruitment Awards and Conference to the egg-citement of the fall recruitment season, there were many opportunities to learn and explore campus best practices. The following resources reflect the range of experiences, events and conversations that took place throughout 2014 and are useful, actionable content for attracting, targeting and recruiting Gen Y.

Revisit 2014’s best campus recruitment resources before the clock strikes midnight!

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Gamification for campus recruitment: An introduction

You’ve likely heard about it at some point this year – gamification is sweeping the business world and it’s making its way into the campus recruitment community.

For recruitment teams looking for new ways to engage and motivate Gen Y, gamification can easily be incorporated into existing programs.

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Gen Z: Engaging the next generation of talent

There’s a new group of talent on the rise, and they’re markedly different from their predecessors.

Generation Z is entering the workforce – and employers are beginning to take notice.

Born from 1995 onwards, Gen Z brings a unique set of characteristics to the table. Although they share certain qualities with Gen Y (community-oriented, digital natives), their differences are game-changing for employers.

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Diversity and inclusion: Showing support and taking action

It’s as true in business as it is in life: we are better when we work as one.

Diversity and inclusion are societal values that Canadians hold in high regard, and Canadian employers are adopting these values into their overall corporate structures.

In order to thrive, businesses must understand the connection between a diverse, inclusive workforce and long-term success.

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