GTX HERC Membership is open to all accredited institutions of higher education in the state of Texas
When you join GTX HERC, you’ll help your institution:
- improve its recruitment and retention efforts through greater regional and national exposure for your open positions,
- tap into a highly educated and unusually diverse pool of jobseekers,
- access free professional development conferences and webinars that keep staff up to date on cutting edge recruitment and retention strategies and tools,
- acquire the purchasing power that comes with pooled resources, and
- utilize a rich network of peers at institutions across Texas for support.
View full list of membership benefits by clicking here.
To receive a GTX HERC New Membership Packet, email the GTX HERC Directors.
You’ll wonder why you waited so long to join us!
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- To learn more about candidates, job interviewers often ask candidates about the websites they visit regularly, says career strategist Mary Grace Gardner. The question also is a reminder to candidates to create a professional social media presence for employers to see, suggests Rosemary Haefner, chief human resources officer at CareerBuilder. CNBC (10/15)16 Oct 2017 12:24:11 CDThttps://www.cnbc.com/2017/10/13/how-to-answer-the-interview-question-whats-your-favorite-website.html
- Graduate and postdoctoral students can broaden their career horizons by getting involved in campus organizations and attending cross-disciplinary lectures, writes Lynn Talton, director of the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs at the University of California at Los Angeles. They also should look out for good professional-development opportunities, Talton suggests in this commentary. Inside Higher Ed (10/16)16 Oct 2017 12:24:11 CDThttps://www.insidehighered.com/advice/2017/10/16/finding-better-balance-your-work-essay
- Forbes (10/12)16 Oct 2017 12:24:11 CDThttps://www.forbes.com/sites/karstenstrauss/2017/10/12/flex-time-jobs-the-10-best-career-fields-for-making-your-own-schedule/#48779bd576b9
- President Donald Trump issued an executive order Thursday he said increases competition in the insurance market and gives Americans more choices. Tami Luhby looks at how the order strays from the Affordable Care Act, letting small businesses collectively buy health insurance, extending short-term plans and potentially allowing employers to reimburse workers to buy insurance on their own. CNNMoney (10/13)16 Oct 2017 12:24:11 CDThttp://money.cnn.com/2017/10/12/news/economy/trump-health-care-executive-order/index.html?iid=hp-toplead-dom