Top 10 Turn-Offs for Recent Grads
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One-SidedConversationsMake sure conversations with college grads are a two-way street, so they are continually challenged.
Turn-Offs for Recent Grads
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5 Lengthy Hiring ProcessA lengthy hiring process signalsinefficiency in the organization.
When an offer is made, pay fairly. Low pay suggests the company may not value its employees.
College grads are transitioning from school life and flexible schedules. Be sure to highlight any benefits that show your company is a great place to work for a new grad.
During initial phone screenings, recruiters who seem distant or disconnected from the rest of the organization leave poor first impressions!
College gradslike things
College grads like awork hard, play hard
When candidates finally reach the final round, setting poor expectations of the job can set future employees up for failure. Honesty demonstrates the integrity of the office!
College grads wantencouragement for
personal and professional growth
At the beginning of a new job, it’s easy for college grads to feelisolated and neglected. Find ways to help them acclimate quicker to your organization through onboarding programs,such as mentorships.
Being Put on the Back Burner
college grads travel through as they enterthe workforce. Take a peek into the top ten turn-offs recent grads experience.
Hire based on potential! Avoid restrictive job criteria that scares away top talent. 2
The Black HoleChoosing to respond to all candidates, including recent grads, ensures positive sentiment about your organization.
At the onsite interview, if the environment is chaotic or the interviewer isn’t prepared, applicants experience anxiety.
Lack ofCompany Benefits