Talent News

Rose-Hulman sees record-breaking female freshman enrollment

The 2016-2017 Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology freshman class will see a record-breaking number of female students. Early enrollment statistics for the 2016-17 school year reveal that 172 females will make up 30.4 percent of the 565 incoming freshman students. This number tops the previous year’s then-record enrollment by 40 students. “The new record-breaking number of

Delivra recognized for investing in employee health

Indianapolis based email marketing company Delivra was recently named one of 48 fit-friendly worksites in Indiana by the American Heart Association for promoting health and physical activity in the workplace. This comes on the heels of a 2016 Mira Award nomination for Company Culture of the Year. Delivra’s CEO Neil Berman is the brains — or

Millennials, Success, and the Perils of Cereal

A study published earlier this year, “Why Millennials Won’t Eat Cereal,” premised that this 20- to 30-something demographic shies away from the breakfast food because it’s too much work to prepare and clean up. Articles bemoaning millennials have been in vogue for some time now. Why millennials are slackers. Why millennials feel entitled. Why millennials

Josh Baker put Indianapolis on the music map

Through the back door of the Murphy Arts Building in Fountain Square, up the old wooden stairs on the right, and down a corridor filled with concert posters and a salvaged piano, you’ll find a renovated space that hosts MOKB Presents and Do317.  As you pass through the halls of the second story, you’ll get

PAN has the solutions to big talent challenges

If you’ve interviewed for a job recently, it’s probable that you were asked to take a talent assessment or several tests as part of the hiring process. Organizations are recognizing that these assessments combined with structured interviews can significantly increase the likelihood of success on the job. Use of pre-hire assessment tests and popular personality instruments