In today’s market, there is an abundance of candidates, but it is no easier now than it was in the late 90s to find the right candidate.
Curveballs are a constant in the annual hunt for ideal undergraduate and graduate candidates. A few years ago, the challenge was established companies, or “employment brands”, pitted against Dot-Com start-ups.
Today, fiascos like we’ve seen in the past, make building a case for your company’s employment brand much more difficult. And there is always the age-old battle between you and your competitor recruiting two or more of the same candidates. In the end; you end up racing against the clock – trying to get an offer out to your “prototype” candidate before it is too late and your competitor has snatched her/him up. Continue reading “Finding and Recruiting the perfect bright young candidates “
Researching the Candidate – Pre-Game Warm-Ups Resources to research candidates are at the fingertips of recruiters who have high-dollar recruiting budgets. Reports put out by companies such as Universum, provide information on “exactly” what is important to candidates.
For $600 to $10,000, a recruiter can find out which companies students choose as their ideal employers and why, why students have chosen you or your competitor as their ideal employer, what students think about their professional and personal futures and what they want to know about a career opportunity.
Also available are students’ salary expectations, the best ways to communicate with different student groups, recruitment competitors in all of your key markets, your employer branding, and your employer image among students. Clearly, recruiters can be armed to the hilt with tools to get the best-of-the-best. Continue reading “Researching the best candidates for a position”
There are a number of ways to have your computer setup, especially if you have the right desk. Here, we want to give you some ideas on how you can have a computer desk setup that best fits you.
Our general guideline with the average computer setup is to make sure you have the space allocated for the computer you are using. Not only do you want to have space for your tower, monitor, keyboard, mouse, and all your other accessories, but you also want to make sure everything sits in the place where you want it.
Here is a list you can follow that will help you get the perfect computer setup. Of course, you can modify anything on this list because it’s not set in stone.
Do you have two monitors on your desk? – We know a dual monitor computer desk is important when dual monitors are becoming the standard setup. We are no longer fond of just having one monitor on our desk and because of this, we have to adjust to the fact that a better desk will be needed to accommodate this.
We’ve seen gamers go all out before and if you’ve watched youtube videos of them playing, you will sometimes see sweet multiple monitor setups. This is nothing new for 2018. Having more than 2 monitors is becoming a must. It enhances the gaming experience and makes you more focused on your gameplay. After all, who doesn’t like to have a 90-180 degree monitor set up?
As for work or school-related projects, having a dual monitor computer desk can make life easier. With a set up like this, you are capable of multitasking and getting projects done faster. Wouldn’t you like to feel great working in such conditions? These setups keep you laser-focused on the task at hand and keep you going by having all the information you need on 2 screens. You don’t have to jump from page to page or program to program. This is why a dual monitor computer desk is a must in 2018.
When you think of an office chair, you don’t really envision that same chair for gaming. The fact is, they both serve the same purpose. Both allow you to sit comfortably for a long period of time to keep you productive at work or comfortable while playing games. The issue relies on the end user experience.
The fact that everyone is built differently in body shape and form, requires you to find a chair that will accommodate your specific needs. If you have a long torso, you will need a high support chair and if you have a small torso frame you wouldn’t need or depend in a high support chair. Same goes with leg length and overall body size.
Because of this, a chair that might be comfortable for someone that is 6 feet tall will not have the same comfort and great experience as a 5’7” person. That’s why it is important that the chair you buy will have adjustable lumbar and reclining support. Not all chairs have these features and we wouldn’t recommend getting chairs without them even though there are third party chair accessories that can accommodate for the lack of these features.
You probably know that Dragon Ball Xenoverse has been one of the most anticipated games in recent memory. The previews, the art style, the fast-paced fighting, all had us amped up to play this installment in the Dragon Ball video game universe.
With all this pressure heaped on the game, did it live up to my outlandish expectations, or would it crash and burn like many other titles in recent years? Let’s jump into this review and take a look!
Simply put, Xenoverse nailed the feel of the show dead on. The cell shaded art style keeps characters true to their on-screen alter egos and the sounds from the fights sent chills down my spine as I hear them for the first time in a long time.
The music that plays during the opening credits and during battles also deserves a round of applause. They both fit the Dragon Ball universe very well and the battle songs sure add that extra tension that is found in every battle during Dragon Ball Z’s episodes.
We’ve gathered the top 5 computer chairs for gaming in order of rating and user experience. We’ve read all the comments and came out this conclusion from gamers like yourself that have used these specific chairs. Click on the image to get additional pictures and info.
The Open Wheeler chair is one of the best chairs in the market. With its sleek look that comes with white and black leather covers, it comes to no surprise that this chair is our top pick. Pro gamers use these chairs while in tournaments for a reason. It comes with an adjustable height and armrest.
Adjustable backrest and recliner that goes down to 170 degrees with rocking tilt functions. It has a high back support with lumbar cushion with a hard pillow included. The high-quality cold cure foam, synthetic leather, and metal base make this a sturdy chair that can endure any intense gaming. We loved this chair when we got our hands on it. Personally, I own this one.
I’ve had a PlayStation Vita for some time now and I can honestly say that my time with it has been great. From Freedom Wars to Gravity Rush, and everything in between, I’ve been loving every second I have spent with it. All this time with it has uncovered something I’ve never thought I’d say. The Vita is a damn good, near-perfect, purely digital machine.
When I first got my Vita, I had about 6 months of digital games built up from the PlayStation Plus Instant Game Collection. I figured with all these games, jumping in on the Vita was well worth it and I was right.
I have sung the praises of the Vita on many occasions and I don’t want this piece to be about that. Collecting all of these digital titles have shown me how much going strictly digital benefits the Vita. When I travel, I don’t have to worry about bringing a collection of game cases, or even a game card holder.
With the announcement of Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed Syndicate a few years way back, we also got news that the AAA developer was dropping development for games on the previous platforms.
This means from now on they were focusing their efforts solely on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. There has been some outcry from this announcement, but why? Let’s take a look at why it’s time to say goodbye to the past generation of consoles.
Let’s get to the most obvious case for this argument: graphics. We all know that as long as a developer is making sure a game runs well on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, it simply will not look as good as it possibly can.