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Students and recent graduates are eager to form connections with potential employers. As a campus recruiter, you’re the face of the employer brand; student relationships start with you.
Gen Y is looking to engage with campus recruiters who are personable, connected, involved, passionate, and above all else, interested in their potential.
Last Thursday, TalentEgg hosted the first event in our Gen Y Recruitment Insider series, featuring presentations from TD Business Banking and MasterCard.
The Gen Y Recruitment Insider series by TalentEgg is designed to give Canadian recruitment professionals an inside look at the most successful Gen Y focused recruitment and branding campaigns executed by their peers. At each event, attendees have the opportunity to discuss these campaigns as well as forthcoming developments in digital and social media as they pertain to student and new grad recruitment.
Nancy Moulday, Manager Recruitment at TD Business Banking, and Kobi Gulerson, Director of Digital Marketing at MasterCard Canada, shared the behind-the-scenes of their very different but effective styles of recruitment.
We’d like to thank everyone who came out on Thursday and we sincerely hope you had a great time! It was a full house and we had a fantastic turn out, especially considering it was the night before a long weekend.
Couldn’t attend? Stay tuned for blog posts this week featuring the key takeaways from Nancy and Kobi’s presentations as well as our survey findings that indicate some interesting recruitment and marketing trends for the next year.
As usual, the past few weeks have been very exciting here at TalentEgg. Firstly, we would like to give a warm welcome to two new TalentEgg clients, The Source and Starbucks. Be sure to keep checking back for great job postings from these two great companies!
Also, TalentEgg’s founder, Lauren Friese, has recently been taking some fun road trips across Ontario to McMaster University, York University, the University of Toronto Mississauga, University of Toronto Scarborough and Queens!
Check out this video of Lauren from the Impact Innovate 2010 Conference at Queen’s University on March 6 where she spoke with students about entrepreneurship:
Don’t forget about our Focus on Retail event, which will take over TalentEgg next week, from March 22-26
Visit TalentEgg.ca daily for amazing content on everything from debunking the misconceptions about starting a career in retail to exploring the career paths in retail available to Canadian students and recent grads. We will also be showcasing meaningful job opportunities from some of Canada’s top retail employers, including Starbucks, Reitmans, Sears, The Source and Enterprise.
If you have any questions for retail employers, submit them as a comment on this post or send them to us on Twitter because we’ll be at Ryerson University’s Ted Rogers School of Retail Management next week to host a Q&A panel featuring retail professionals.
We would also love to start posting more entries on TalentEgg’s blog to better inform YOU about the great benefits our website has to offer so if you have any great ideas, let us know!