Toronto, ON: Today, TalentEgg, Canada’s leading online career resource for students and new grads, announced its renewed partnership with CEOx1Day, Odgers Berndtson’s annual leadership program that gives third and fourth-year university students an opportunity to spend a day with some of the country’s top CEOs.
To the partnership, TalentEgg once again brings exclusive access to its nationwide network of career-focused students, as Odgers Berndtson continues to provide an unparalleled professional opportunity that exposes selected candidates to a rigorous recruitment process mirroring that of an executive search.
The idea of an employee sticking with one company for their entire career is almost completely a thing of the past.
With the majority of workers changing jobs after 1-3 years, today’s students and new grads are more likely than ever to experience several jobs – and even careers – during their time in the workforce.
As a campus recruiter, you invest a lot of time and effort into finding the perfect hire, so how do you ensure that your top talent stays with you? The first step is understanding the mindset of a Gen-Y job-hopper. Job-hopping is not the resume red flag it used to be. In fact, you might be surprised to find that it’s the top performers who tend to jump around the most because, whether true or not, they feel like they’ve outgrown you.
Therefore, the recipe for keeping your brightest hires with you for the long haul is quite simple: make sure that your company offers them the same benefits they’d get from going elsewhere. And as a recruiter, it’s your job to make sure your top candidates know about these advantages from the get-go.
It’s a brand new year and that means many of us will make some New Year’s resolutions around our work and careers, hoping to advance or at least grow professionally in one way or another.
Accenture‘s Campus Recruiting Lead and Canadian Diversity Recruiting Lead, Lisa Kramer, says she has recently seen more opportunities for senior roles in campus recruitment as organizations embrace campus recruiting programs and hire teams to plan and execute their new strategies.
That might seem like good news to those of you who are looking to take the next step in your career, but those roles could go largely unfilled, according to Lisa, because there is a shortage of trained and experienced campus recruiters.