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When Student Met Recruiter: 6 Ways To Stand Out

When Recent Grad Met Recruiter: 6 Ways To Stand Out

Recruitment and hiring isn’t just competitive for job seekers.

How are YOU, as a recruiter, engaging and retaining top students and grads?

Interacting directly with students on campus is a key element of an effective recruitment strategy. While top students will naturally stand out from the pack, it is also vital for recruiters to focus on effective networking. Continue reading

TalentEgg’s 2013 On-Campus Recruiting Report

Planning your on-campus recruiting initiatives for the fall?

TalentEgg’s new On-Campus Recruiting Report features survey results from top Canadian post-secondary students and recent graduates about their on-campus recruitment habits and preferences that will help you make the most of the increasingly limited time and resources at your disposal. Continue reading

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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Crowd-sourced job listing wish lists

Despite their prevalence, job descriptions are so easy to get wrong and so difficult to get right – especially for students and recent grads.

Just take this recent internship posting from a UK-based publisher, which stated that the successful candidate should “not have any other commitments (personal or professional) that will interfere with their work at the Press (family obligations, writing, involvement with other organizations, degrees to be finished, holidays to be taken, weddings to attend in Rio, etc).” Yikes!

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