Why have a "flat" structure?

Posted by Yuko Miyawaki on May 15, 2019 2:24:00 PM

Hierarchies are going out of date.

While these structures seem essential to managing large groups of people, the word "hierarchy" itself carries a somewhat negative connotation today. Especially for Millennials who are becoming the central part of the workforce, hierarchy is something that should be deconstructed, and they prefer to work in a more flat, collaborative environment.

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Topics: millennials, future

Interviews: How effective are they in recruiting?

Posted by Yuko Miyawaki on May 7, 2019 3:10:00 PM

Interviews are a standard part of the recruiting process. Rarely is there a recruiting process that doesn't involve one. Often used as a method to determine whether to hire the candidate or not in the later steps, it can be said that interviews play a crucial role in hiring.

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Topics: recruiting, candidate experience, corporate recruiting

Available Now- Recruiting: The Gen Z Perspective

Posted by Isabel Strobing on Apr 29, 2019 9:51:56 AM

 Working with thousands of students every day, we at Shiru Cafe have heard a lot from students about what they're dealing with, what they care about, and what they need from the recruiting process. But many recruiters don't have these connections and are seeking better ways to engage student talent.

So we decided to quantify the everyday conversations we had with students and use it as independent research as part of an e-book outlining the Gen Z perspective on hiring.

By surveying over 100 students from universities coast to coast, we hope to provide a clearer understanding of what the emerging workforce cares about, needs, and wants you to know.

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Topics: insideshiru, candidate experience, college graduates

Chapter 3- Recruiting: The Gen Z Perspective

Posted by Isabel Strobing on Apr 26, 2019 9:38:53 AM

 Working with thousands of students every day, we at Shiru Cafe have heard a lot from students about what they're dealing with, what they care about, and what they need from the recruiting process. But many recruiters don't have these connections and are seeking better ways to engage student talent.

So we decided to quantify the everyday conversations we had with students and use it as independent research as part of an e-book outlining the Gen Z perspective on hiring.

By surveying over 100 students from universities coast to coast, we hope to provide a clearer understanding of what the emerging workforce cares about, needs, and wants you to know.

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Topics: insideshiru, candidate experience, college graduates

New Haven Grand Opening

Posted by Yuko Miyawaki on Apr 22, 2019 4:36:47 PM

We are excited to announce that our third location in the US will be opening next week in New Haven CT!

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Topics: News, insideshiru

Chapter 2- Recruiting: The Gen Z Perspective

Posted by Isabel Strobing on Apr 19, 2019 8:50:00 AM

 Working with thousands of students every day, we at Shiru Cafe have heard a lot from students about what they're dealing with, what they care about, and what they need from the recruiting process. But many recruiters don't have these connections and are seeking better ways to engage student talent.

So we decided to quantify the everyday conversations we had with students and use it as independent research as part of an e-book outlining the Gen Z perspective on hiring.

By surveying over 100 students from universities coast to coast, we hope to provide a clearer understanding of what the emerging workforce cares about, needs, and wants you to know.

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Chapter 1- Recruiting: The Gen Z Perspective

Posted by Isabel Strobing on Apr 12, 2019 10:34:09 AM

 

Working with thousands of students every day, we at Shiru Cafe have heard a lot from students about what they're dealing with, what they care about, and what they need from the recruiting process. But many recruiters don't have these connections and are seeking better ways to engage student talent.

So we decided to quantify the everyday conversations we had with students and use it as independent research as part of an e-book outlining the Gen Z perspective on hiring.

By surveying over 100 students from universities coast to coast, we hope to provide a clearer understanding of what the emerging workforce cares about, needs, and wants you to know.

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Upserve: First Event @ Shiru Providence

Posted by Yuko Miyawaki on Apr 8, 2019 1:36:00 PM

On April 3rd, Shiru Cafe Providence hosted our first recruiting event with Upserve, a restaurant management software company based in Providence. They set up a table by the entrance and engaged with students throughout the day.

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Topics: insideshiru

A student perspective on writing resumes

Posted by Yuko Miyawaki on Apr 2, 2019 3:09:00 PM
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Topics: job search, college graduates

Tesla, SpaceX & Experiential Recruiting

Posted by David Schilling on Mar 25, 2019 12:28:15 PM

Attracting Top Talent Using Experiential Recruiting

Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, and Larry Ellison are just a few titans of industry who have left college early to start businesses. According to Musk, while graduating from a top university may suggest a student has what it takes to do great things, it is not necessarily so.

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Topics: millennials, recruiting, corporate recruiting, genz, experiential recruiting

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