10 Secrets to Recruiting the Brightest Grads and Millennials

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10 Secrets to Recruiting the Brightest Grads and Millennials

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Featured Speaker Alicia Garibaldi Senior Content Marketing Manager & Author of Employer Branding For Dummies®, Glassdoor Special Edition Alicia.Garibaldi@Glassdoor.com @albagaribaldi

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Grads vs. Millennials

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What Is a Grad? Any student who has graduated college within the past year

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What Is a Millennial? Any individual born between 1980 and 1994

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Recent Grads and Millennials Are Flooding the Job Market of the US workforce will be made up of Millennials this year of the US workforce will be made up of Millennials by 2022

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Recent Grads and Millennials Are the Future By 2016, over 22M students will be enrolled in U.S. degree-granting institutions or universities

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10 Secrets to Recruiting the Brightest Grads and Millennials

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#1: Build Awareness at Career Fairs of Millennials say they hear about companies through friends or job boards

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#2: Recruit With Your Best of Millennials would rather make $40K a year at a job they love, than $100K a year at a job they think is boring

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#3: Build Brand Ambassadors of Glassdoor members are reading reviews when they have just started their job search and have not yet spoken with a company recruiter or hiring manager

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#4: Recognize Potential Be open to training a grad who exhibits an outstanding work ethic and phenomenal potential.

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On average, each corporate job opening attracts 250 resumes Of these candidates, four to six will be called for an interview and only one will be offered the job

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#5: Respond to Every Candidate The worst feeling for recent grads is thinking they are just another number.

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who experience a quick and effective brand response on social media are likely to recommend that brand to others, compared to just 19% of customers who do not receive a response of consumers

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#6: Promise More Than Swag of Millennials consider the most attractive perk to be growth opportunities Are you promoting your grads?

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#7: Waste No Time After one year, employers retain about 75% of their new college hires who have internship experience with any employer

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#8: Embrace Transparency in the Workplace of employees say new job realities differ from expectations set during the interview process

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#9: Sell the Work-Life Balance of Millennials look for a people and culture fit with employers The job itself matters, but isn’t enough to keep recent grads happy.

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#10: Foster Career Development of Millennials left their last job due to lack of career growth Create an environment that inspires learning and development among grads.

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Trust New Grads When new grads feel trusted to do their job, they’re empowered to achieve higher results.

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Start with Intern Programs Internship New Hire ? Interns first often lead to great new hires.

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Delivering Measurable Results 2X 3X 30% the quality the influence lower cost-per-hire Customers across all industries use Glassdoor’s employer solutions to attract better-qualified candidates at a much lower cost-per-hire.

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