During the month of December, most students are busy with exams, final assignments, and holiday vacations. As a result, your December campus recruiting schedule will likely be quieter than usual.
While it may be tempting, this doesn’t mean you should go into cruise mode for the rest of the month. January recruitment season is right around the corner, which means now is the perfect time to start prepping for the busy times ahead.
Here are 3 ways you can get ahead of the game for the New Year!
You’ve organized your events, posted your roles, and you have a solid hiring strategy in place. By all intents and purposes, you are ready to tackle Fall Campus Recruitment Season head on.
Except for one thing – your target talent pool might not know you’re hiring.
For most students, September is all about hitting the books, not the job search. Less than 20% of students are looking for work at this time. However, 70% of employers do the majority of their recruiting in the fall. Therefore, to capture busy students’ attention, your recruitment strategy also needs an effective marketing plan.
The best way to reach students is to go to where they spend the majority of their time – online. Content, social media, and email marketing are some of the best ways to promote your events and opportunities but before you get started, there are two things to remember:
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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For many employers, September was a blur of information sessions, career fairs and on-campus interviews.
You’ve made dozens of new connections, and encouraged students to check out your career website and apply for open positions, but the relationship doesn’t have to end there.