Mobile Recruiting: Is Your Organization Ready?

In an increasingly competitive, fast-paced and tech savvy job market, high tech recruiting methods, particularly social media recruiting, have become an integral part of the overall recruiting strategy at many organizations. The majority of participating organizations in the 2013 ERC Hiring Trends & Practices Survey indicated that they are staying on top of the social media trend, but still fall short when it comes to an even more recent development, i.e. mobile recruiting.

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Behavioral Interviewing: 7 Tips for Hiring Superstars

Behavioral Interviewing: 7 Tips for Hiring Superstars

Does your organization want to hire superstars and top performers? Behavioral-based interviewing is one of the most effective interviewing techniques and is the chosen form of interviewing by most employers to hire and select top performers. Time and time again, employers tell us that behavioral interviewing practices help them select top people for the job.

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Hiring Felons: 6 Rules Employers Need to Know

Hiring Felons: 6 Rules Employers Need to Know

Does your organization have a policy against not hiring felons or people convicted of a crime? Do you automatically exclude applicants on the basis of having a criminal record? Lawsuits are on the rise when it comes to not hiring applicants with criminal records, and yet it’s a fairly common practice among employers. Here's what you need to know to stay compliant.

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Hiring Practices: Checking Up on Job Candidates

With an average “cost-per-hire” of just over $4,500 reported by Northeast Ohio organizations in 2013, making sure you are making the right hire on the first try is key. Admittedly, the selection process at each organization can incorporate any number and combinations of methods and should in fact be designed to reflect your organizational culture. Having a complete understanding of each potential new hire is a bit unrealistic, but by implementing a few basic practices during the hiring process, organizations can avoid awkward or potentially even legally complicated situations after-the-fact that could have been mitigated better up-front. We highlight a few of the more traditional methods reported in the recently published 2013 ERC Hiring Trends & Practices Survey below.

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Schools Popular with Local Employers for Interns and Grads

Geography

From April 2012 to April 2013, respondents to the 2013 ERC/NOCHE Intern & Recent Graduate Survey have hired interns or recent graduates from well over 100 higher education institutions. Familiar local names such as University of Akron, Kent State University, and Case Western Reserve University top the list at more than 20 organizations each, but a plethora of smaller colleges and out-of-state institutions are also listed.

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