Month: March 2020

4 WAYS COLLEGE RECRUITERS CAN ATTRACT DIVERSE TALENT

This piece is the second in our “Campus Recruiting 101” series, about how recruiters can make the most of their campus recruiting efforts this year. “Be open to the idea that great candidates can come from different backgrounds and bring something valuable to your company,” says Adrianna De Battista, Tech Recruiting Lead […]

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How to Meet People in College

Meeting new people can seem daunting! On UVM campus, there are so many ways to get meet people while you expand your skills and knowledge. See what these organizations can do to get you connected make your experience at UVM more memorable: Sign up for a class in Pottery or Photography at the Living/Learning Center […]

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Q&A With Todd Lempicke of ThinkOptimal

As part of Bryant & Stratton College Online’s efforts to bring resources and information to improve students’ and graduates’ employability, our blog staff sat down with resume expert Todd Lempicke of ThinkOptimal to talk about trends and best practices. Q: What’s one component that is commonly found on strong resumes? […]

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WHY YOU SHOULD RARELY FIGHT AN UNEMPLOYMENT CLAIM

Business owners, especially small business owners, are constantly concerned about keeping costs down—and rightfully so. But there are some scenarios in which culture and costs clash—and employee departures is one such area. If you have too many unemployment claims, your cost as a business goes up. As a result, many […]

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Real-World Experience: Why it Matters

College students hear it over and over again – to get a job when you graduate, you need to have some real-world experience under your belt. While it may feel repetitive, the sentiment rings true, Experience matters to employers.. One study found that approximately 79 percent of employers expect real-world […]

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What does it Mean to Pay it Forward?

The “pay it forward” movement is not a new concept. According to Wikipedia, it dates all the way back to 317 BC where it was used as a key plot concept for a play in ancient Athens. There are small documented events of the “pay it forward” notion throughout history; […]

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How to Meet People in College

Meeting new people can seem daunting! On UVM campus, there are so many ways to get meet people while you expand your skills and knowledge. See what these organizations can do to get you connected make your experience at UVM more memorable: Sign up for a class in Pottery or Photography at the Living/Learning Center […]

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Healthy Habits Make Academic Success

School, work, home – it doesn’t take long to get spread thinly between the major responsibilities of your life. Healthy habits are crucial to support that school-work-home flow that fosters academic, professional and personal success. “The most important aspect is to ensure an appropriate balance between work, school and life […]

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CIOS, IT’S TIME TO JOIN FORCES WITH HR

As a CIO, focusing your attention on human resources may not be the first thing on your list of priorities. But as the war for talent rages on, the role of talent management in an organization’s IT strategy is increasingly important. In the past, IT and HR departments have shared […]

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