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LinkedIn Data Shows Women and Gen Z Are More Likely to Apply to Remote Jobs

Women, people without advanced degrees, and certain generations are more likely to pursue remote jobs

In the wake of COVID, talent leaders have already been discussing how hiring remote workers can make it easier to build a diverse workforce. But …

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What Has Shaped Gen Z’s View of “Work”

To truly understand this new generational cohort and what their entry into
the workplace will mean, employers first need to appreciate the environment
in which they came of age and forces that shaped their outlook:

• The Great Recession and the …

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3 Rules for Engaging Millennial and Gen Z Talent in the Workplace

Understanding the new generation of talent

To understand how to engage and motivate this new generation of talent, corporations need to examine their needs through a human lens. Motivation psychologists Edward Deci and Richard Ryan found that all humans have 
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Craft a Job Post Gen Z Will Actually Read

It’s no surprise that Gen Z uses cell phones with lightning dexterity — as if their minds and the features of their phones were one and the same. But that also means Gen Z is quick to swipe left at lackluster …

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Writing Job Descriptions for Gen Z

Although writing job descriptions for your organization is a big job, there are a few easy updates you can start making right now. Here’s how to make your job descriptions more appealing to Gen Z applicants:

1. Write for your …

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Creating equity in mentoring

Article written by Jacob deNobel for The Hub (May 2021) As he was preparing to return to the Hopkins campus for the spring semester, junior Christopher Crespo worried about his ability to find internship opportunities this summer. An international studies …

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Home Not Alone: How the Flores family Stays Positive Through Home Learning and House Guests

Article written by Koye Berry for the Blue Jay Families page of Homewood Student Affairs (Oct 2020) “I live right next door to Mickey Mouse,” Abigail Flores says of the Florida home she shares with her parents, Gladys and Abdon, and two …

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FLI students discuss post-graduation success

Article written by Katerina Frye for the JHU Newsletter, Nov 2019 As part of its Food for Thought Dinner Series, the Hopkins First-Generation, Low-Income (FLI) Network hosted a talk called “Post-Graduation Realities from a FLI Perspective” on Thursday, Nov. 7. …

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6 tips to find your IDEAL professional mentor

Dr. Laura Salyer’s mission is to teach burned-out professionals how to rekindle their creative flow so they can re-energize their careers, decrease stress, and make better intuitive decisions. In this video,  she shares her top 6 tips for picking the …

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Reverse Mentorship: What is it and How do you do it?

Turn mentoring upside down! Try reverse mentoring to gain new perspectives and insights. Here are four tips to help you get started today. See more from Mentorcliq here.

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