Interviews are already intimidating for many students and grads – add in a case study, and you’ve reached another level of job search anxiety.
Case interviews are a common component of entry/student level hiring processes. Case interviews showcase a candidate’s ability to employ logic under pressure, structure their analysis and communicate their thoughts and process – candidates are presented with hypothetical situations, and are asked to work through underlying issues in order develop and present recommendations at the end of the interview.
Preparing Gen Y candidates for a case interview can add strategic value to your recruitment efforts. We’ll explain why, and outline 5 simple steps you can take to ensure every candidate has a career-hatching case interview.
September is coming, which means it’s go time for the campus recruitment community.
Whether you’re engaging students on-campus or online, your recruitment strategy needs to be optimized for Gen Y.
In this free eBook, you’ll learn:
- How digital platforms and trends can better connect you to students (and streamline your process).
- What you can do to distinguish yourself from the competition.
- Why you should partner with TalentEgg.
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From viral commencement addresses to motivational TED Talks, we are enamoured by the power of a great speech.
Whether you’re an industry leader or a new kid on the block, public speaking can help you leverage your employer brand during campus recruitment season. Public speakers have a unique ability to influence their audience and convince them of the value in their argument. In a room full of potential Gen Y candidates, positioning your employer brand as the best career-hatching option for students or recent grads is a useful skill to have.
The room is booked, registration numbers are looking good, and you’re ready to make a lasting impression on the students attending your employer information session.
As an integral part of your campus recruitment efforts, hosting an on-campus info session is an excellent way to connect with potential candidates and establish your employer presence at the grassroots level.
But before you get started, we have to ask—how good is your slideshow presentation?