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2013 TalentEgg Campus Recruitment Awards: Finalists, best practices and winners

On May 14, TalentEgg founder Lauren Friese revealed the winners of the 2013 TalentEgg National Campus Recruitment Excellence Awards to a few hundred campus recruiters, human resources professionals and career services staff during an awards ceremony held at the Arcadian Loft in downtown Toronto.

She also shared some of the best practices for each of the eight awards categories that came out of thousands of pieces of feedback submitted by more than 200 student judges.

These top students (including Tamara, Telly and Leila) were chosen from thousands of applicants to be on the judging panel.

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360 poll: What is your biggest campus recruitment priority for the coming year?

Your vote is completely anonymous and the results will be revealed exclusively on Campus Recruitment 360 in a future post.

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6 easy ways to improve your campus career website before September: Part 2

In Part 1 of this two-part series on how to improve your campus career website, we recommended that all employers should:

  1. Post your recruitment schedule
  2. Add an on-campus events calendar
  3. Put a prominent “apply now” button or link on every page

While these three must-dos are an egg-cellent start, there are even more quick, easy ways to ensure your organization’s campus recruitment site is at its best for the recruitment rush this fall.

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6 easy ways to improve your campus career website before September: Part 1

6 easy ways to improve your campus career website before September: Part 1While the feedback submitted by the more than 200 student and recent graduates on our 2012 TalentEgg Campus Recruitment Excellence Awards judging panel was positive overall, the thousands of carefully-written comments on everything from campus career websites to campus recruiters also provided some fascinating and instructive insight into what Canadian employers can improve upon.

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