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Posted October 06, 2015 by

LGBT business owner shares benefits of being open in the workplace

Before starting a business, people face various challenges. LGBT business owners face their own obstacles too. Learning how to tell others who they are is one of them. Once owners do, they can benefit personally.

To help explore these issues, College Recruiter recently hosted a College Recruiting Bootcamp on LGBT and other diversity hiring issues on Tuesday, September 29, at the Twilio headquarters in San Francisco.

College Recruiter has been publishing the opinions from a number of talent acquisition and recruiting leaders about why and how employers should diversify their workforces. Nate Smith, Founder and CTO of Lever, shares a personal story about the benefits he discovered by being open in the workplace. (more…)

Posted July 18, 2014 by

College Graduates, Do You Ask People About Their Jobs When Meeting Them? Ask Questions Like These

College graduates who are networking for jobs should think about asking these questions in the following post when meeting people for the first time.

When you meet someone, what are the first questions you ask? Probably what their name is, where they’re from, and what they do. But is “What do you do?” a good question to ask anymore? Why are we so focused on what someone does for a living — and in today’s job-hopping society, does it even

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Posted October 14, 2013 by

Consider Doing Your Own Background Check Before Searching for an Entry Level Job

Before beginning your search for an entry level job, it may be wise to conduct your own background check before potential employers do.  Learn more in the following post.

With social media everywhere, it’s easy to imagine you can pick and choose what you want employers to see. As long as you clean up your Facebook wall and delete that late-night Twitter post, you’ll be fine, right? Not so much. Background checks can still pull up damaging information, causing you to miss out

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