Category: On-campus (page 2 of 11)

How To Break Out Of Your Campus Recruiting Comfort Zone

It happens to the best of us.

You start settling into a comfortable work routine and, before you know it, that routine becomes a rut. You’re doing the same things, day in and day out, and while you may be keeping everything afloat, you have a nagging feeling that you could be doing a lot more to take your recruiting practice to the next level.

So how do you move past a career plateau? By changing things up! There are many ways to do this – you can start small by making little adjustments to your daily workflow, or go big by starting a new company project.

Here are a few fun ways for campus recruiters to break out of their comfort zone.

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Year In Review: The Top 10 TalentEgg 360 Posts Of 2015

We had an incredible year on TalentEgg 360!

From interview tips to social media strategy, we’ve covered it all in an effort to help campus recruiters better engage with students and new grads. As the year comes to a close, it’s important to reflect on accomplishments from the past year. So in honour of 2015, we’ve put together a list of our most popular posts from the past year.

Here are the top 10 TalentEgg 360 articles of 2015!

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Why You Should Hire Gen-Y “Intrapreneurs” And How To Find Them

Intrapreneurship is a growing trend in the business world – employees who apply their entrepreneurial instincts to their roles within a company, rather than a new venture outside of it.

While it’s every recruiter’s goal to find candidates with leadership potential, organizations are looking for the next level. Namely, they want employees who take ownership of their own space within the organization by solving problems, creating projects, and finding new and better ways to fulfill their role.

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Recruiters – Here’s How Your Introverted Qualities Can Help You Source Top Talent

At first glance, a campus recruiter’s job description has extrovert written all over it.

After all, work days consist of meeting new people, conducting interviews, and attending industry events. But while being outgoing and talkative is certainly useful for recruiting, introverted qualities also have their place in the field.

Here are 4 reasons why introverts make egg-ceptional recruiters!

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