Campus/Event Recruiting blogs

Campus/Event Recruiting blogs
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Campus Recruiting Strategies: 3 Gen Z Myths Busted

Born between 1997 and 2012, Gen Z is on track to be America’s most diverse and educated generation in history.

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The 2019 NACE Conference + Expo: A Gen Z Perspective

One of the highlights of my current sales internship at GR8 People was attending NACE19 earlier this month. Working alongside my colleagues at our booth and speaking with college recruiters from across the country about how to improve their campus recruiting outcomes provided a meaningful learning experience, and I loved every minute of it.

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Recruiting Gen Z: 8 GR8 Rules of Attraction

As the oldest members of Gen Z enter the workforce, talent acquisition is shifting attention to the expectations of this cohort and how to shape recruitment marketing messages in response. If you’re wondering where Millennials end and Gen Z begins—and what the transition means for your talent strategy—we’ve got answers.

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University Recruiting: 8 GR8 Ways to Win

Career fairs and information sessions remain among the most common ways for students and employers to connect. What’s not so common? The ability to stand out as an employer of choice in the sea of sameness. Here are 8 GR8 ways college and university recruiters can do just that and win.

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How to Win at Campus Recruiting: Get Personal

If you think campus recruiting events no longer yield effective results, think again. I recently shared some advice on how to engage the next generation on campus with a variety of fresh approaches. High-touch strategies, personalization and leveraging your unique employer brand are essential.

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Campus Recruiting: How To Engage The Next Generation

In a former life, I produced and marketed career events throughout the Mid-Atlantic region for a multimedia company. The events were held in places like Major League ballparks and cultural centers, and typically lured thousands of candidates who lined up at the door hours in advance for their best shot at landing a job.