Gen, Problem-solving savvy gen, Light bulb moment & more… Recruiting News Tuesday, February 27


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Your Action Plan for Recruiting Generation Z Employees

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  • 77% of Generation Z (ages 14 to 21) stated theyre already earning money through freelance work, a part-time job or earned allowance.
  • Gen Z marketing strategistDeep Patel(@realDeepPatel) says inThe Huffington Post, the newly developing high tech and highly networked world has resulted in an entire generation thinking and acting more Gen Z employees can be done by speaking to this specific characteristic within your recruitment messaging on social job ads, in the…
  • Communication (57%) and problem-solving (49%) are the top two skills believed to be most important for succeeding in the workforce, according to Gen Z respondents.
  • 85% of Gen Z stated in the report they watched at least one online video in the past week to learn a new skill.
  • Well theGen Z reportfound that nearly half of Gen Z say a fun work environment (47%) and a flexible work schedule (44%) are more important to them than paid time off, promotion opportunities and job training!

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I’m Hiring! –

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  • So I made the fantastic decision to enroll a business/ life coach, Elizabeth Cairns to help me make some changes on how I run things along with keeping my eye on the inspirational big picture.
  • Especially if Im ever going to fulfill all the exciting plans I have for my business, which include rolling out more courses on interior design, continuing to share my love of colour on social media and finally writing the book!
  • Im looking for a part time PA to help support me run my fast growing business.
  • A big part of my business is running my social media campaigns, so youll be tech savvy and confident using wordpress, instagram, facebook and twitter and managing apps such as, tailwind, hootesuite etc.
  • Will consider local (Brighton, UK) and virtual PAs – – To apply please supply the following by email: – – Name, location, website and social media details if relevant, CV, to include two recent references, rates, a brief 150 words on why you think you are the one for this…

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Why Employees Leave Companies in 2018 [poll results] – #HR Bartender

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  • It wont be any surprise that not too far behind compensation and benefits was a three-way tie with opportunities for advancement, supportive management, and flexible work.
  • Are managers coaching and mentoring employees for future opportunities?
  • While I tried to keep this survey simple and only allowed for one response, its obvious that the reasons employees leave in 2018 are multi-faceted.
  • Employees want opportunities for advancement (as evidenced by these survey responses).
  • I realize this is a short, unscientific survey, but it does give you some indicators about what employees value in their jobs.

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CSIS Jobs Event – Lower Mainland –

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Job Details | English Heritage

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  • Join English Heritage as our Corporate Affairs Manager and help us to champion our achievements to key stakeholders and opinion-formers within the political arena, the heritage and cultural sectors, and the media.
  • English Heritage cares for over 400 historic buildings, monuments and sites – from world-famous prehistoric sites to grand medieval castles, from Roman forts on the edges of the empire to a Cold War bunker.
  • You will be skilled in the production of briefings, presentations and speeches and will have a good knowledge of the stakeholder groups relevant to English Heritage.
  • An effective advocate for English Heritage, you’ll be helping more people to understand our purpose, our successes and some of the challenges we face.
  • In return, we offer a broad benefits package which includes a generous pension scheme, 25 days annual leave (pro rata), alongside the opportunity take advantage of well-being benefits and discounts, which includes free access to all English Heritage sites.

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