“The World’s Most Attractive Employer companies, must rank in the top 90% of employers within at least six regional markets. If an employer is not listed or is ranked outside the top 90% in a market, it gets a default ranking which is equal to the position of the last company in the top 90% for that market. Results are weighted by GDP, so that a high ranking position in the U.S. has a greater influence than a high ranking position in India, for example.”
Here are the 2016 global top ten most attractive employers for business:
Each year,Universumpublishes the results of its extensive surveys in various fields and countries/regions. This post covers Universum’s 2016 survey of more than 72,000 U.S. students (more than 20,000 business majors) at 359 universities and colleges about the most attractive employers for those interested in business careers.
For job candidates, the benefits of these surveys is obvious. But they are also essential for potential employers too.According to Universum:
“Today’s businesses operate in a highly competitive employment landscape, and you can gain valuable insight into how your organization is perceived by tomorrow’s workforce with the results of Universum’s 2016 Most Attractive Employers ranking based on student talent in the USA.”
Here are the top most attractive employees, based on Universum’s U.S. survey. [Number 10 is an especially interesting choice]:
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“When done right, networking is an incredibly valuable investment of every professional’s time and effort. It helps us make meaningful business connections, get feedback, and advance our careers. And best of all, it pays significant dividends over time. So why does it seem so unpleasant sometimes? It can feel fake, it’s exhausting, and frankly, standing alone in a sea of unknown faces with nametags and cheese plates can be utterly painful.”
According to Kolowich, here are common networking mistakes that people make:
“You’re waiting to build your network until you need it most.”
“You aren’t keeping up your personal brand.”
“You’re afraid to attend networking events by yourself.”
“You don’t follow up with personal messages.”
“You ask the same questions everyone else is asking.”
“You dominate networking conversations.”
“You don’t venture outside your existing network.”
“You don’t ask for anything, or you ask for too much.”
You probably know that first impressions matter; that’s why you learned to look people in the eye and firmly shake their hands. But the art of successfully interviewing for a job is probably not something that you discussed over the dinner table. Just because you got in the door to interview for a job opportunity and put on a suit doesn’t mean that you’re a shoo-in for a job. There’s an art to a successful interview. Unfortunately, not knowing what to do during this crucial time make the difference in landing the job of your dreams.
Perhaps you know some of what it takes to successfully interview. You’ve likely done a little research on the company—but have you plotted out how you’re going to get to the location? How about questions: Sure, you might meet a human resources contact, but do you have the names of every other person who will be in the room? It never hurts to think through, practice, and make all the right steps in a job interview, and this graphic byAiken Cloudcan help.
We are proud to once again announce that the Zarb School of Business continues to garner outstanding external recognition.
Here’s the latest information from ourZarb National Recognition page: “The Frank G. Zarb School of Business is among only 10 percent of business schools to earn accreditation in both business and accounting from AACSB International. Its innovative programs are nationally recognized by numerous national organizations and publications.”
Please note: As indicated in the list below, the Zarb School is ranked SIXTH among on online MBA programs by Affordable Colleges Online.
Forbes Best Business Schools (ranked 58th, 2015)
Bloomberg Businessweek Top Part‐time MBA Program (ranked 74th nationally, 2015)
Bloomberg Businessweek Full-time MBA Program (ranked 79th nationally, 2014)
Princeton Review Online MBA Program (ranked 15th nationally, 2015)
U.S. News and World Report Online MBA Program (ranked 55th nationally, 2016)
U.S. News and World Report Part‐time MBA Program (ranked 97th nationally, 2017)
PayScale College Salary Report Mid-career Salary for alumni of advanced degree programs (ranked in the top 30 percent nationally, 2015-2016)
The Best Schools Best Online MBA in Healthcare Management Degree Programs (ranked 6th, 2016)
Affordable Colleges Online Best Online MBA Program (ranked 6th, 2015‐2016)
Poets & Quants Best MBA Program (ranked 88th nationally, 2015)
Princeton Review Best 295 Business Schools (2016)
U.S. News and World Report Undergraduate Business Programs (ranked 131st nationally, 2016)
Bloomberg Businessweek Undergraduate Business Programs (ranked 125th, 2014)
PayScale College Salary Report and the PayScale College ROI Report Best Schools for Business Majors for graduates with a bachelor’s degree (ranked in the top four percent nationally, 2015-2016)
PayScale College ROI Report Best Schools for Business Careers based on the 20-year return on investment of graduates with a bachelor’s degree (ranked in the top five percent nationally, 2015-2016)
PayScale College ROI Report Best Schools for Marketing Careers, based on the 20-year return on investment of graduates with a bachelor’s degree (ranked in top 21 percent nationally, 2015-2016)