For Hiring Managers

Recruiting Can Be Fun If You’re Doing It Right!

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Although I am no longer recruiting, Many of the changes I made in my career and business are aimed at improving the hiring process as well as career development for professionals and students. Through many years of participating in the system, I have developed ideas and processes that are not possible to implement as a recruiter. When done well, recruiting ... Read More »

Education and the Game Industry

If you’re a small developer and you’re having trouble finding skilled help, you might consider teaming up with a local college or university. Schools are often in search of professionals who can come in as adjunct faculty to teach specialized courses, especially courses that would be popular with students. Game-focused classes are popular because so many people want to get ... Read More »

Attracting Top Executive Talent


What attracts top executive talent? Most companies think the number one thing is money, but that isn’t usually the case and it is definitely not what retains your most skilled, highly motivated execs. Financial compensation should be competitive with market norms. However good benefits, an engaging work environment, minimized or lack of crunch time, and mobility or avenues for advancement ... Read More »

Employers: Spring 2012 Career Fair

Game industry employers: The DeVry University Career Services Staff cordially invites you and your associates to participate in our Spring 2012 Career Fair to be held on Thursday, April 5, 2011 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the DeVry University, Phoenix campus, 2149 W. Dunlap Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85021. Our No Cost Career Fair is designed to introduce employers ... Read More »

Send us your questions

As you know from my article, Two Things, as much as we would like to, we can’t answer every question all the time. We would love to be able to do this because it is exciting to help people find new doors in their life. As a solution to this problem, we encourage you to submit questions to us directly ... Read More »