Avenica CEO Brian Weed shared his perspective on the hidden costs of entry-level recruiting with Talent Economy, discussing trends and best practices for employers seeking to hire at the entry level. Avenica believes that talent is an investment, but in the case of entry-level hiring, it's often an investment in an unk ... Read Full Article
You've passed your finals, walked across the stage, and thrown your cap in the air. But now what? Brian Weed, Avenica's CEO spoke with WCCO's Heather Brown and Jason DeRusha on life after commencement and starting a career. Watch the video, then let's chat about your future career!
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With spring commencement just a few days or weeks away, soon-to-be college graduates who have yet to line up a job are probably feeling the heat from parents and advisors, encouraging them to start looking for a post-graduation job. But between studying for finals, saying goodbye to college friends, and preparing f ... Read Full Article
As a graduating college student counting down the last of your college days, there’s still time to leave campus armed with a solid job search strategy. The college career services office is a valuable resource and a great place to begin your journey, but many entry-level job seekers don’t look beyond career ser ... Read Full Article
Program gives Daniels Scholars a direct pipeline to entry-level careers through Avenica
MINNEAPOLIS (April 10, 2018) – Minneapolis-based entry-level recruiting firm Avenica announced today that it is partnering with Daniels Fund, a Denver-based private charitable foundation, with the goal of placing Daniels Schola ... Read Full Article
Avenica CEO discusses why including experience requirements in entry-level hiring practices limits access to qualified candidates in an article written for the talent management and HR online publication, TLNT.com. Read the full article below or on the TLNT.com website.
For college graduates, nothing is more frustra ... Read Full Article
These days, it seems everyone’s got a side hustle. Maybe it’s a freelance gig, contract work or the ever-popular Uber, Lyft or BiteSquad driving opportunities. It seems the gig economy is here to stay.
With millions of Americans (more than 150 million by 2020, according to Intuit) working as private contractors ... Read Full Article
“What do you want to do with your life?”
As if this question wasn’t tiresome enough when you were a child, it can induce some serious anxiety as an adult. So why do prospective employers seem so keen on asking it again and again during job interviews?
The short answer: they’re not necessarily asking ... Read Full Article