The New NCLB: How to Fare Better at a Teacher Job Fair

Every spring thousands of novice and experienced teachers take time away from their student teaching or professional duties to travel to an education job fair sponsored by a local university or large school district. In attendance are recruiters from schools all across the nation, both public and private. These recruiters spend big bucks purchasing fancy […] Keep Reading

How To Hire The Right Summer Intern For Your Company

Hiring summer interns is popular for various reasons. They bring fresh, enthusiastic energy to your business, and they’re hungry for experience in your industry. It can also be a way to source a valuable employee, later down the line. On the other hand, they’re inexperienced, so they’ll require time and guidance from you. They won’t […] Keep Reading

From Flipped Classroom to Flipped HR Office

Written by Greg Dietz, Assistant Superintendent for Personnel at Maine Township High School District 207 A relatively new method of teaching calls for turning the classroom upside down by reversing the typical order of the delivery of instruction. Stealing a page from the playbook of teachers, human resource professionals in the educational setting are “flipping” […] Keep Reading

How Video Interviews Advance Higher Education Recruitment

Video interviews have become an important part of higher education recruitment strategies for schools as big as Brigham Young University (30k enrollment) and for medium to smaller sized universities like Colorado Christian University (6k enrollment). Why you ask? We’ve laid it out here: How Video Interviews Advance Higher Education Recruitment In video interviews, candidates come to life. They […] Keep Reading

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