Strategic Recruiting & Marketing: the Right Message at the Right Time

Posted by David Schilling on Jul 1, 2019 3:21:44 PM
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Topics: recruiting, employment, corporate recruiting, experiential recruiting, Recruiting Trends, HR Topics

Shiru Cafe Weekly Briefing

Posted by David Schilling on Jun 19, 2019 1:03:32 PM

Talent, Company and Recruiting Trends

(1) Global Talent Trends 2019 (2) Shiru Cafe GenZ E-book (3) The Age of Candidate Driven Recruiting, (4) New Recruiting Trends for 2019, (5) Recruiting Trends for Large Companies, (6) HR Trends Related to Artificial Intelligence (AI), (7) Global Human Capital Trends.

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Topics: hiring, millennials, talent acquisition, employment, global human capital, global talent trends, HR Trends, candidate driven

Experience and Entry Level Jobs

Posted by Yuko Miyawaki on Mar 5, 2019 9:25:11 AM

“I found this very cool job posting, and I meet all their requirements… except that they want someone with 1-3 years of experience in the field. Should I still apply or not?”

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Topics: employment, skills, college graduates

College Freshman & Sophomores Now Part of Corporate Recruiting & Networking Events

Posted by David Schilling on Feb 13, 2019 10:30:16 AM

 Because of the 21st Century "War For Talent" colleges and universities are inviting freshman and sophomores to college recruiting and networking events as early as their first day on campus. Of course colleges and universities emphasize the curriculum students will be learning. But providing connections to top companies from freshman year on helps attract better students. And these events help colleges, universities and employers place students in jobs that are more likely to meet their talents, interests and expectations.

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Topics: employment, college graduates, corporate recruiting

Are Tech Companies Killing the Goose That Laid the Golden Egg?

Posted by David Schilling on Feb 8, 2019 1:03:35 PM

Due to the war over top technical talent and a shortage of qualified candidates companies like Alphabet, Amazon, Microsoft, Facebook and CISCO have turned to hiring tenured professors and graduate students with six-figure incomes and the opportunity to do research with endless funding.

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Topics: war for talent, tech companies, employment, labor shortage