Best Practices

5 Unexpected Skills Volunteer Service Adds to Your Career

By Keira Wilson

Over the long months of the pandemic, we have seen more than ever the power of everyday citizens engaging in meaningful service—everything from disaster relief to vaccination clinics. But feeling good about helping to address our communities’ …

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The Class of 2021 WANT to work in the office – and other ways to attract more Gen Z applicants

Originally published by Roy Maurer for Society for Human Resource Management in July 2021

Only 2 percent of graduating seniors are seeking full-time remote work

The good news is that the Class of 2021 is entering a much more advantageous …

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The E-Book of Campus Recruiting (Top 10 best practices)

Summer is the season for Campus Recruiting. You’re excited to hire new, eager to learn blood to your workforce. But you realize, you don’t know where to start!

Attracting Gen Z candidates is challenging. Standing out from other companies at …

By Maren Gonzales
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6 Top Traits of This Generation’s Hiring Pool

For talent and HR professionals, Millennials have been the hot-button topic of discussion for a long time. But as that generation inches closer to middle age (the oldest Millennials are already in their late 30s), Generation Z (aka Gen Z) …

By Maren Gonzales
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8 Recruitment Strategies to Attract the Best Talent

Recruitment strategy #1: A broader job vacancy

Job seekers look for clarity in the job advertisements in terms of the profile, company history, pay scale, career opportunities etc. A smart recruiter provides a clear picture of every required detail in …

By Maren Gonzales
Maren Gonzales Communications Associate
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10 Ideas To Innovate Your Campus Recruiting

Companies hoping to attract the cream of the crop when it comes to the next generation of workers are targeting potential candidates as early in their careers as possible. In fact, some companies are making contact even before candidates have …

By Maren Gonzales
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LinkedIn Data Shows Women and Gen Z Are More Likely to Apply to Remote Jobs

Women, people without advanced degrees, and certain generations are more likely to pursue remote jobs

In the wake of COVID, talent leaders have already been discussing how hiring remote workers can make it easier to build a diverse workforce. But …

By Maren Gonzales
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What Has Shaped Gen Z’s View of “Work”

To truly understand this new generational cohort and what their entry into
the workplace will mean, employers first need to appreciate the environment
in which they came of age and forces that shaped their outlook:

• The Great Recession and the …

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Maren Gonzales Communications Associate
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Craft a Job Post Gen Z Will Actually Read

It’s no surprise that Gen Z uses cell phones with lightning dexterity — as if their minds and the features of their phones were one and the same. But that also means Gen Z is quick to swipe left at lackluster …

By Maren Gonzales
Maren Gonzales Communications Associate
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