Students and grads have a lot of questions for potential employers.
“What is the interview process like?”
“What makes an application stand out?”
“How do you decide who to hire?”
Then there are the questions Gen Y have but don’t ask – questions that, on the surface, aren’t the most appropriate, but touch on broader professional themes that reflect a real concern with finding an employer that fits.
Top students and grads are interested in working for organizations that can offer meaningful points of engagement.
Flexible work arrangements, innovative workspaces and other workplace perks are high on Gen Y’s list of requirements, but so are less-tangible aspects of a workplace that may be harder to define, like shared values, leadership and loyalty.
Your business is multifaceted – from the engineers who design your projects to the marketers who share your achievements with the world, your organization depends on talented individuals from diverse professional backgrounds.
Competition for student and grad talent is rising in every market, and competing for highly-engaged, quality talent is a daily reality for campus teams across different industries.