College Recruiting MBA 504 Human Resource Management National-Louis University Julie Pflomm Professor: Ken Bellinder January 22, 2001 Introduction ?Recruiting is the process of identifying and attracting a pool of candidates, from which some will later be selected to receive employment offers? (Milkovich & Bougreau, p. 181). This statement reflects on the efforts to recruit and select high-quality employees, in order for an organization to have a competitive edge. Recruiting today comes in many forms and styles, however college recruiting is one significant topic. For many expanding companies, college recruiting represents a major part of a hiring strategy.
Throughout this paper, I will introduce the advantages and disadvantages of college recruiting, as well as effective strategies an organization must do to be successful with college recruiting. I will explain how significantly college recruiting serves within the competitive business market, and how it enables organizations to be supplied with the best and brightest students, who will ultimately assume future leadership roles.
Finally, I will provide details on the costs and the overall effects of this hiring process.
This is a significant topic to me, because of my personal experience of being a University Relations Recruiter. Within Grainger, we offer four job rotational programs, for which I recruit undergraduates and graduate students. The four rotational programs are in all business functions of our organization, including human resources, finance, marketing, sales, and general management. This paper will provide me with the learning opportunity to analyze and gain an insightful understanding of college recruiting.
Advantages The advantages of college recruiting are endless. College recruiting provides organizations a way to access a large pool of eager and young talented candidates. Chris Ostroot, the director of college recruiting at Trilogy Software, Inc states ?we?ve been doubling the number of employees each year, and college recruiting is part...