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1 Employer Handbook

2 Welcome to the DeGroote School of Business Centre for Business Career Development Today s business leaders demand the best MBA, Master of Finance (MFin) and Commerce graduates young professionals who can execute effectively, work collaboratively and communicate with influence all packaged with strong technical skills. Our high quality academic programs, supported by DeGroote s foundational principle of experiential learning, prepare graduates to perform beyond employer expectations. The services offered at the Centre for Business Career Development (CBCD) are cost-free and can include: Posting jobs on OSCARplus - McMaster University s online recruitment job posting system One-on-one strategic planning with our Manager, Employer Development Online resume access On-campus interviews in Hamilton and/or Burlington, including lunch and light refreshments Support for on-campus recruitment events This Employer Handbook will equip you with information regarding DeGroote s key dates, recruitment guidelines and details about our online recruitment process for all programs including: Graduate Recruitment MBA co-op Summer Recruitment Commerce Internship Full-time Immediate Recruitment The team at CBCD are happy to answer any of your questions and are available to support your recruitment needs. We look forward to strengthening our partnership with you as together we can create the future of our global business community. Michelle Reyes Manager, Centre for Business Career Development DeGroote School of Business, McMaster University 2

3 The Centre for Business Career Development - How We Can Help You? The Centre for Business Career Development (CBCD) is a dedicated team of professionals focused on providing excellent career development services to DeGroote students and employer partners. Our team provides comprehensive career development services to Commerce, MBA (co-op and full-time) and MFin students. We help students gain important real world experience and help prepare them to be valuable contributors in the work force. We will work with you to help you gain access to the best that our business programs offer. Our dedicated team will assist in finding the right people for your jobs. The relationship management-based service delivery model will support your industry specific needs and our dedicated employer experience team will ensure that your job posting and interview process is managed seamlessly. In addition to graduate, summer and full-time immediate employment, our business school offers two premier experiential learning programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels. With two sites, we recommend that your recruitment activities take place for each program in the following locations: Main Campus, Hamilton Commerce Program Ron Joyce Centre, Burlington MBA and MFin Programs If you are posting a position that targets more than one program, you can choose where to host your on-campus activities. CBCD may provide recommendations based on prior recruitment outcomes and room availability. A shuttle service will be available for all students to and from both campuses, however, event times may need to be adjusted to accommodate the arrival of these students. 3

4 CBCD Supports Your Recruitment Needs To assist you in achieving success in your hiring initiatives, CBCD will: Provide students with career coaching, personal and professional development workshops and resources to enhance each student s ongoing employability skills. Assist your organization through all aspects of the recruitment process from posting the job and scheduling interviews to informing students of employment offers, all at no cost to you. Monitor work term experiences with our Relationship Managers conducting on-site and phone visits to ensure performance expectations and DeGroote standards are met (co-op & internship only). Execute an extensive communications strategy to access and update both MBA and Commerce students including s, newsletters, posters, DeGroote Atrium plasma screen advertising, and free posting on our online job board, OSCARplus. On Campus Interview Facilities CBCD has a number of dedicated interview rooms to facilitate on-campus interviewing. In order to ensure the best service to employers and that students have a reasonable amount of time to manage their academic and interview schedules, we request that all first round interviews are conducted on-campus at either our Hamilton or Burlington location. We will also invite your recruiters to lunch on-campus with one of our Relationship Managers or our Manager, Employer Development. Our facilities can accommodate telephone interviews for companies not in geographic proximity, or video conferencing services at the employer s request (additional fees may apply). After first-round interviews, many organizations host subsequent interviews on-site at their location and we can assist you in coordinating this process. A typical interview room at the DeGroote School of Business in Hamilton. A typical interview room at the Ron Joyce Centre in Burlington. * At this time, due to our student-funded budgeting model, we regret that CBCD cannot reimburse employers for parking expenses. 4

5 What You Need to Know in Order to Recruit At the DeGroote School of Business, CBCD facilitates two distinct recruitment programs to fulfill your specific hiring needs. On-Campus Recruitment (Graduate, Summer & Full-time Immediate) Experiential Learning (Commerce Internship, MBA co-op) On-Campus Recruitment (Graduate, Summer, Full-time Immediate) Our On-Campus Recruitment process is designed to develop strategic partnerships by meeting recruitment needs on several levels. You can post positions and receive support from CBCD for graduate, summer, part-time, and full-time immediate opportunities. In December of each year, there are up to 140 MBA co-op graduates available for full-time employment. In May, up to 70 MBA full-time and Commerce graduates are available for full-time employment. In September, up to 70 MFin graduates are available for full-time employment. Summer Recruitment Graduate Recruitment Full-time Immediate Recruitment (Alumni) September - June September - July Year Round To submit your job posting for On-Campus Recruitment, please One of our Associates, Recruitment Programs will arrange job posting details and coordinate on-campus interviews at your request. Experiential Learning Co-op and internship students bring enthusiasm, new perspectives, and experience to your organization. Students join your team eager to apply the skills they ve developed through their academics at DeGroote and their own past experiences. Participating in the co-op and internship programs contributes to the development of tomorrow s business leaders and gives you an excellent return on investment. DeGroote offers two experiential based learning programs: Internship Program months Commerce Undergraduate students who have completed their third year of academics Co-op Program 4-8 months MBA Students 5

6 MBA Co-op Program For over 40 years, DeGroote has been delivering MBA graduates that are market ready, willing and able to roll up their sleeves, solve problems and become innovative leaders of the business community. This success is in large part due to the strong employer partnerships we have across Canada allowing our students to select from a breadth of industries to gain the knowledge and can-do attitude, enhancing their MBA co-op program experience. Students participating in the MBA co-op program combine four academic terms with an accumulated 12 months of work experience. Students complete three 4-month work terms throughout their program. First Work Term Second Work Term Third Work Term January to April September to December May to August Depending upon the needs of the employer, required work experience may be completed in segments longer than four months (subject to required curriculum sequencing). MBA students come from a variety of undergraduate backgrounds including sciences, arts and engineering, and represent both experienced professionals and new graduates. MBA co-op students are ideally suited for special projects, but work terms can also support short-term leaves and on-going operational responsibilities, as needed by the hiring organization. Each MBA co-op recruitment cycle has two phases. Phase One consists of a job posting period, followed by an allocated interview period and a Rank and Match process. During Rank and Match, employers numerically rank all candidates based upon suitability for the position. Students then rank the employer opportunities and a calculated match takes place. Employers and students not matched in Phase One, continue into Phase Two, where recruitment follows an interview/offer framework. For further information on how this process works, please see page 8. MBA Co-op Program Key Recruitment Dates for 2014 / / 2015 January April 2015 (First Work Term) September December 2015 (Second Work Term) May August 2015 (Third Work Term) Job Postings Begin September 19 May 6 January 12 Interview Period (Phase 1 Rank/Match) Employer Rankings Due October 6-22 May 25 June 8 January 26 - February 10 October 22 (by 11:59 p.m.) June 8 (by 11:59 p.m.) February 10 (by 11:59 p.m.) Results/Match October 27 June 11 February 13 Phase 2 Begins (Interview/Offer) October 29 June 15 February 23 Work Terms Begin January 2015 September 2015 May 2015 Dates are subject to change. All updates will be posted on the DeGroote website. For more information or to post a role for a MBA co-op student, please and our Associate, Recruitment Programs will be more than happy to assist you. 6

7 Commerce Internship On-Campus Recruitment Students participating in the Commerce Internship Program have successfully completed their third year of Commerce studies. Students are available for 12 or 16 month paid opportunities commencing each year in May, or 12 months beginning in September. They are prepared to manage assignments in Accounting, Human Resources, Operations, Finance, Information Systems, Marketing/Sales and General Business Administration. NEW for 2014 / 2015 Changes to the Commerce Internship Recruitment Cycles: Based upon employer feedback and in an effort to maximize the total number of matches, the Commerce Internship program will now host two Rank and Match recruitment cycles. Continuing with a Rank and Match in the Winter Term (February), a second Rank and Match will take place in the Spring (June) for employers looking to hire for a 12-month September start. Continuous recruitment options (interview/offer) will still be available after each Rank and Match cycle. For further information on how the Rank and Match process works, please see page 8. Commerce Internship Program Key Recruitment Dates for 2014 / 2015 Job Postings Begin (for roles beginning in May 2015) Wednesday, December 17 CIP Career Night Monday, January 12 Winter Interview Period Thursday January 22 Thursday February 12 Winter Rank/Match Employer Rankings Due Tuesday, February 17 Winter Continuous Recruitment Job Postings (Interview/Offer) Spring Job Postings Begin (for roles beginning in September 2015) Rankings due to students Thursday, February 19 Rankings from students due Sunday, February 22 Match: Monday, February 23 March 2 May 1 *Offers must be solidified by May 29* Monday, May 4 Spring Interview Period May Spring Rank/Match Employer Rankings due: Monday, June 1 Spring Continuous Recruitment (Interview/Offer) Release to student: Wednesday, June 3 Student Rankings due: 11:59pm Thursday, June 4 Match: Friday, June 5 Monday, June 15 Mid-August (postings until end of July) For more information or to post a role for a Commerce Internship student, please and our Associate, Recruitment Programs will be more than happy to assist you. 7

8 How does Rank and Match Work? Employers rank all students interviewed. Only one student can be ranked # 1 for each position. If multiple positions are available, employers can give multiple #1 rankings (i.e. two #1 s for two positions, three #1 s for three positions etc.) The greater the number of students ranked, the greater the chance of being matched with a student. You are, however, not obligated to numerically rank every student. If a candidate is not suitable for your position or not a fit, please do not rank them, and simply indicate this by selecting NR next to the student name. By ranking a student with a number, the intent is that you will take that student if a match is made with your company. How to Submit Employer Rankings Submit rankings by to: (for Commerce Internship Program) (for MBA co-op Program) How does the Student Rankings of Employers Work? Students view the employer rankings online and they, in turn, rank the employers. Students rank in a similar manner to employers, selecting only one employer as # 1, for their first choice. All other rules remain the same. Students do not have full disclosure of their employer rankings. Rather, students will see their # 1 ranking, and then either R for ranked, or NR if not ranked. Employers will not be able to view student rankings. The Match The matching process works on the principle of the lowest score wins. Once employer and student rankings are entered online, the system reads the information and adds the employer and student ranking to produce a total score for each combination. The system then performs the match, starting with the lowest score combinations, which would be a 1-1 ranking by both the employer and the student, for a total of 2. This is considered an automatic match (offer). The system then continues to match employers with students in a sequential manner by examining total scores of three, four, etc., until all possible combinations are exhausted. Match Results You will be notified of the results by or phone immediately after the match is completed. If you have questions about the Rank and Match process please contact one of our Associates, Recruitment Programs at ext (MBA) or ext (Commerce Internship). 8

9 Employer Benefits-Why Hire a DeGroote Student? Hiring a DeGroote student provides an effective way to meet human resource needs while maximizing both financial and intangible benefits. Some of these benefits are: Benefit On-Campus Recruitment MBA Co-op Program Commerce Internship Program Enhanced on-campus presence and greater public relations for your organization. Employers benefit from the academic excellence and quality provided by DeGroote students. Organizations have the opportunity to contribute to the development and growth of future business professionals. Eligibility for a refundable tax credit of up to 25% of wage-related expenses (max. $3,000) for each qualifying 4-month period (Ontario companies only). An opportunity to evaluate the performance of potential full-time employees in the workplace before hiring full-time. Satisfying short-term human resources requirements by providing well-qualified professionals to meet seasonal demands and to complete special projects for which re-allocation of regular employees or full-time hiring is not feasible. Qualified applicants are available year round. Differences between MBA Co-op and Commerce Internship Programs Category MBA Co-op Commerce Internship Level of Study Graduate Undergraduate Length of Work Term 4 8 months* months Number of Work Terms Three One Program Pre-requisite Required Voluntary Compensation Paid or Voluntary Paid Annual Program Enrollment *Please note that MBA co-op students can work no more than a total of 12 months in order to remain Co-operative Education Tax Credit (CETC) compliant. 9

10 How Can We Expand Our Brand On-Campus? Take the campus recruitment experience beyond a resume by meeting and engaging with DeGroote s business leaders of tomorrow with an event tailored to your needs. There are many ways you can get involved with the DeGroote School of Business to promote employment opportunities and create positive awareness about your organization within the DeGroote community. Choose from one of several proven event models, or come to us with your unique idea to engage students and strengthen your brand on campus. The Centre for Business Career Development is here to support you at every stage of the event. Company Information Session Profile your organization, share information about upcoming job opportunities, and interact with current Commerce or MBA students. Sessions can occur at anytime during the year, but the most popular timeframes are September or January. Career Fair An annual event that takes place each September (September 18 th, 2014) and provides employers with an opportunity to connect with close to 1500 final year students. Mock Interview Night Join fellow industry leaders in developing the interview skills of senior level Commerce and MBA students. Small group interview sessions will provide you an excellent opportunity to interact with potential candidates. This annual event takes place in early October (October 1 st, 2014). Office Hours Information session meets mentoring. This option allows you to profile your organization, and speak about specific recruitment programs in more detail. A brief information session can be paired with one-on-one meetings with students to strengthen their personal and professional development. Industry Awareness Trip Showcase your work environment by hosting DeGroote s students. Students can build strong awareness of your industry and brand by seeing it firsthand. These sessions run annually during the third week in February. Cup o Joe Limited to 15 students, this coffee chat is designed as an opportunity for students to comfortably ask employer partners industry-specific questions, in a warm, informal and interactive setting. 10

11 What are the costs involved with hosting a Company Information Session? The Centre for Business Career Development (CBCD) understands that hosting an Information Session on campus in Hamilton or at our RJC Campus in Burlington, is an added cost to an organization. Below is a summary of the charges that you can expect when booking an information session. Events Hosted at the Hamilton Main Campus - Commerce Students Venue Capacity Room & AV Rental Catering Parking Recommended Packages DSB Classrooms No charge $4.95 pp + $20 Daily Rate Lead Time Limited availability Faculty Club $45 $310 room rental, $40+ av rental Celebration Hall 200 $500* room rental or $6 after 4:30 p.m. $9.00 pp + $20 Daily Rate or $6 after 4:30 p.m. $4.95 pp + $20 Daily Rate 8 12 months $70+ av rental CIBC Hall 350** $420 $570 package rate depending on size of Hall or $6 after 4:30 p.m. $4.95 pp + $20 Daily Rate 8 12 months *Celebration Hall room rental fee is waived if a minimum of $500 in catering is ordered from Paradise Catering. **CIBC Hall can be split into three sections. 1/3 of CIBC Hall holds 120 guests. Events Hosted at the RJC Burlington Campus - MBA/MFin Students Venue Capacity Room & AV Rental Catering Packages Classroom No charge From $4.95 pp Parking $20 Daily Rate or $4 per car if pre-arranged Recommended Lead Time Classroom/Lounge 35 No charge $9.95 pp + $20 Daily Rate or $4 per car if pre-arranged Great Hall Up to 200 No charge $9.95 pp + $20 Daily Rate or $4 per car if pre-arranged Auditorium 250 No charge $9.95 pp + $20 Daily Rate or $4 per car if pre-arranged A shuttle bus is available to transport students to the RJC Campus from the Hamilton Main Campus, to allow events to be held at either campus. A CBCD representative will always be on hand at your event to provide support. For additional information on how to schedule your Information Session, or how to get involved with other events at the DeGroote School of Business, please contact our Specialist, Communications & Events at ext

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