Developing an Effective Campus Recruiting Program

Developing an Effective Campus Recruiting Program

Whether large or small, campus recruiting programs can yield a host of important benefits for your organization. These benefits include infusing your talent pipelines with educated, up-and-coming professionals, enhanced employment branding and disruptive idea generation.1

Download our new WhatWorks® Brief, Developing an Effective Campus Recruiting Program to learn more about the value of campus recruiting. The brief also covers six critical steps for developing a strategic campus recruiting program, including:

  • Creating a compelling business case;
  • Identifying stakeholders and decision-makers; and
  • Developing a campus recruiting strategy and tactics.

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1 For more information, Developing a Campus Recruiting Program, Bersin by Deloitte, Deloitte Consulting LLP / Denise Moulton and Robin Erickson, Ph.D., February 2015. Available to research members at www.bersin.com.

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