Hiring Generation Z Articles

  • #RecruitingHack: 3 Clever Ways to Use Hashtags for Sourcing and Employer Branding

    March 26, 2019

    Instagram posts tagged with one or more hashtags have 12.6% more engagement than posts without any. On Twitter, tweets that include hashtags are 33% more likely to get retweeted. And on LinkedIn, impressions on posts with hashtags are 29.59% higher. Such is the power of the hashtag — and if you’re not using them strategically in your hiring process, you could be...

  • Here Is Why Gen Z Believes That Learning Opportunities Are an Important Recruiting Tool

    December 18, 2018

    A huge wave of new talent has started to enter offices around the world –– welcome Generation Z, those born between 1995 and 2010. Soon to represent one-fifth of the workforce (a whopping 61 million people), these digital natives are the first cohort of workers that grew up with the Internet, and are used to dynamic and social communication from an early age...

  • 5 Things Your Company Should Do to Prepare for Gen Z

    August 23, 2018

    There has been a lot of talk about millennials in the workplace over the past decade. And, it would be easy to assume that the next generation – Generation Z – has similar wants and needs. But you know what they say about assuming…. And as it turns out, the two generations are very different. This is what father-son duo David Stillman and his now 18-year-old son...

  • 7 Questions to Ask When Interviewing Interns

    March 1, 2018

    With summer internship programs starting to wrap up in the coming weeks, it’s hard to believe that fall 2018 is just a couple months...

  • Cut the Jargon, and 3 Other Tips for Entry-Level Job...

    December 13, 2017

    “Seeking an entry-level associate to support procurement, helping the organization exceed logistical KPIs and comply with client SLAs”...

  • Gen Z Is Here: 4 Things You Should Know In Order to Recruit...

    June 21, 2017

    Millennials, Generation Z, tomAYto, tomAHto...right? Turns out, not so much - there’s actually a pretty big difference between the two...