Campus recruiters understand the importance of a good impression.
As the face of your organization, you are typically the first interaction most students or grads have with your company. It can be challenging to ensure that every potential candidate leaves with a positive impression of your organization, as every individual you meet will have different expectations and ideas about what they want their career with your company to look like.
Luckily, there is a simple solution for these situations. Authentically engaging with all candidates – not just the ones you hire – will help you build a strong and genuine employer brand that students and grads not only love, but trust.
Fall Campus Recruitment Season is upon us once again – and as a recruiter, you’re looking for the best and brightest talent that universities and colleges have to offer. However, with all the information sessions, career fairs, and networking nights on your calendar, it can be difficult to keep pace with every student that comes your way.
Dealing with high-volume campus recruitment events can get chaotic. In order to minimize stress and maximize efficiency, you need to have a game plan. A good strategy starts before you set foot on campus, and will keep you organized long after you leave. From set-up to take-down and everything in between, these tips will ensure you have your most successful Fall recruitment season yet.
Career fairs can be hit or miss for recruiters.
On one hand, they are an excellent way to meet a lot of potential talent in a short amount of time. On the other, the quality of engagement doesn’t always meet expectations and ROI is limited and hard to track. So how do you make the most of a career fair? It’s all in your attitude and approach.
From the first handshake to the last, these tips will help you make the most of your time at a career fair.