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One Email Hack to Help Better Recruit Candidates

According to Yello, a recruiting software company, there are 4 pivotal reasons candidates drop out of the hiring process: Company is missing a customer support mindset Candidate's interview experience Not collecting candidate feedback (to see what the problems are) Hiring process is drawn out Pick up what these have in common? They all have to do with … Continue reading One Email Hack to Help Better Recruit Candidates

Economic Policy Analysis of the Hall Income Tax

Economics 570: Economics of the Public Sector – Dr. Matt Murray Economic Policy Analysis of the Hall Income Tax Instructor Guidelines: Structure and Details: Six page max paper body text without references, single spaced Figures and tables at the end—do not count toward 6 page max Cover page with title, date, name—does not count toward … Continue reading Economic Policy Analysis of the Hall Income Tax

The Ethics of Eminent Domain

Political Science 566: Public Service Ethics and Values – Mr. Joe Jarret The Ethics of Eminent Domain Instructor Guidelines: You may select one or more of the ethical case studies and analyses explored in class to include in your MPPA Portfolio. The ethical study(s) chosen should represent the student’s best efforts to master the knowledge, … Continue reading The Ethics of Eminent Domain

Popular Annual Financial Report, City of Cleveland

  Political Science 560: Public Financial Administration – Dr. David H. Folz Popular Annual Financial Report, City of Cleveland Instructor Guidelines: A Popular Annual Financial Report (PAFR) is a summary of the financial activities of the City's governmental funds and is drawn from information found mainly in the CAFR. Unlike the CAFR, the PAFR is … Continue reading Popular Annual Financial Report, City of Cleveland

Analysis of TCAP Subject Tests (Algebra I, Biology, Chemistry, and English 1)

Political Science 512: Quantitative Political Analysis – Dr. David J. Houston Analysis of TCAP Subject Tests (Algebra I, Biology, Chemistry, and English 1) Instructor Guidelines: The Superintendent of the Knox County School District, Dr. Isabel M. Smart, would like to know how the District area high schools have been educating its students in the following … Continue reading Analysis of TCAP Subject Tests (Algebra I, Biology, Chemistry, and English 1)

3 Things to Look for in a College to Get the Best Return on Investment

You are looking at colleges, but how do you know which one will give you the greatest return on investment (ROI)? Here are my three tips to look for in a school to assure you the greatest ROI! Tip #1: Choose a College Based on Your Career Ambitions Being set on a career could narrow your … Continue reading 3 Things to Look for in a College to Get the Best Return on Investment

4 Free Ways to Connect with “Digital Natives”

Digital natives grew up using technology. Whenever you present to digital natives or do outreach, I would encourage you to utilize technology to engage the audience. Here are four free ways I suggest using technology to connect with digital natives: Poll Everywhere – a website that allows you to survey your audience, collect email addresses, … Continue reading 4 Free Ways to Connect with “Digital Natives”