The countdown to the TalentEgg Awards and Conference is on!
We’ve been hard at work here at TalentEgg, making sure everything is in order for the main event. At the same time, we want to help our attendees make the most of their time with us. If you’re new to the #TEAwards, you might be asking yourself what you need to do to get ready. Well don’t worry, we’ve got you covered!
Campus recruiters – avoid the last minute ‘scramble’ with these tips for a smooth experience.
In the age of #fitspo and green juice, it’s no wonder that health and wellness initiatives are becoming more and more common at many companies.
And according to a recent survey from Fitbit, these initiatives are playing a big role in recruitment – 94 per cent of CEOs believe a health and wellness program is essential to attracting top talent. In addition, they can also drive employee engagement and retention.
These findings are especially important for campus recruiters. Clearly, today’s top candidates are looking for more from a potential employer. Millennials are paying more attention to their health and wellbeing, so it makes sense that the opportunity to incorporate those values into their work experiences would be a huge plus for them. Therefore, if you’re hiring students and new grads, it wouldn’t hurt to play up your company’s commitment to health and wellness in your recruitment marketing.
Here are the top four ways employee wellness programs can help you attract and retain top millennial talent.
If you’re hiring students and grads, then it’s no secret that social media is where you need to be. Still, setting up an online account and posting a couple of times does not guarantee that your talent pool will “like” you in droves.
If you’re looking for some inspiration for your social recruiting efforts, then you’ve come to the right place! Employers on TalentEgg are egg-ceptional at using social media to connect with students and new grads.
‘Follow’ their lead with these top 10 tips for social recruiting success.
Last Wednesday, TalentEgg hosted a Twitter chat about careers in retail as part of our Retail Career Week in partnership with Bell, which brought employers and interested students and recent grads together through the power of a single hashtag, #TERetail. Continue reading