Published Articles
Comparing Apples and Chickens: Why Students’ Expectations of the Candidate Experience are SO Different from Those of Experienced Job Seekers
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One of 28 essays compiled by TruMann Consultants principals Trudy Steinfeld and Manny Contomanolis to explore the current state of Winning the War for College Talent, Mary Scott’s chapter “Comparing Apples and Chickens” travels the continuum of the campus candidate experience by detailing the compelling differences between college students’ needs and expectations with those already in the workforce.  She explains why these distinctions matter - and how a lack of understanding the students’ perpective can impact employer appeal.
Effectiveness of Recruiting Timing and Techniques: Qualitative Research and Analysis This qualitative research, conducted by Scott Resource Group in partnership with the NACE Center for Career Development and Talent Acquisition, demonstrates how interviewing timelines and campus recruitment affect return on investment.
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As published in the August 2016 issue of the NACE Journal, read my Op-Ed that details the changes in students’ expectations of their experiences at career fairs - and how employers can maximize their time and efforts at these campus events.
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