About New Jersey - Eastern Pennsylvania - Delaware HERC
To promote equity and excellence in higher education recruitment in New Jersey, Eastern Pennsylvania, and Delaware.
The NJ/Eastern PA/DE HERC supports the efforts of each of its member institutions to recruit and retain outstanding faculty, administrators, and staff through the sharing of information and resources.
- Promote awareness of the NJ/Eastern PA/DE Higher Education Recruitment Consortium.
- Share successful methods and best practices for addressing recruitment and retention issues, including issues related to partner placement and diversity.
- Develop and promote a collaborative employment website for faculty and staff positions at member institutions in NJ/Eastern PA/DE.
- Attract the most talented and diverse candidates to our member institutions.
- Advance the efforts of member institutions to assist dual-career couples.
- Promote NJ/Eastern PA/DE higher education as an employment sector of choice.
- Ensure our members remain on the cutting edge of best recruitment and retention practices.
- Become featured on the only comprehensive higher education employment website in the NJ/Eastern PA/DE area
- Receive unlimited access to posting faculty and staff jobs
- Reach job seekers directly with e-mail job alerts
- Assist dual-career couples with the website's ability to conduct dual-career searches
- Broaden your applicant pool
- Gain coverage in press releases, media events, and marketing and advertising efforts
- Network with other institutions at members-only meetings
- Exchange information on best practices in recruitment and retention, partner placement and diversity
- Help shape the future of the NJ/Eastern PA/DE HERC
"Our institution has a strong interest in broadening the pool of applicants for any given position, and in the recruitment of dual-career couples. The notion that one might be able to search easily for all the faculty jobs in a region advances important institutional goals. The ease, convenience, and transparency of the HERC website all make a lot of sense."Share Your HERC Story
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New college graduates need to emphasize how their education translates into marketable skills when they write their first resume, professional resume writer Marcia Hancock advises. Graduates should highlight academic awards, projects and technical know-how to capture an employer's attention, she suggests. USA Today (3/21)22 Mar 2017 13:34:50 CDThttp://college.usatoday.com/2017/03/21/10-tips-for-writing-the-best-resume-for-your-post-graduation-job-search/
Academics can effectively say no to requests for their time and commitment by suggesting someone else who may be able to help and creating their own guidelines for when to say no, writes Harvard University professor Robin Bernstein in this commentary. Saying no can create space to say yes to projects and commitments that enhance a career, she notes. The Chronicle of Higher Education (free content) (3/19)22 Mar 2017 13:34:50 CDThttp://www.chronicle.com/article/The-Art-of-No-/239508
City A.M. (London) (3/22)22 Mar 2017 13:34:50 CDThttp://www.cityam.com/261446/seven-things-you-should-never-ever-do-interview-ever
Labor unions won 72% of workplace elections in 2016, an increase of 13 percentage points since 2007, according to the National Labor Relations Board. Obama administration regulations that shortened the times between petitions and elections resulted in a drop in these periods as well, from 38 days in 2014 to 23 days in 2016. Washington Free Beacon (Washington, D.C.) (3/18)22 Mar 2017 13:34:50 CDThttp://freebeacon.com/issues/unions-boosted-win-rate-controversial-obama-regs/
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