Employer Recruitment & Offer Acceptance Guidelines
Student Offer Acceptance Policy
When a student accepts a job offer, s/he is expected to notify the Chase Career Center within 24 hours. The student must withdraw from job search activities immediately, including further interviews or consideration/ acceptance of another job offer. Further, s/he will withdraw any active resumes submitted via Handshake.
Reneging on a full-time or internship offer is not permitted or condoned by the Chase Career Center. This is considered a serious violation of Chase Career Center policy and will result in immediate suspension of all recruiting privileges.
The student’s Handshake account will be de-activated and the violator will be required to meet with the Director of Employer Engagement. Future recruiting privileges will be determined after this meeting.
The Isenberg School of Management subscribes to the NACE Reasonable Offer Deadlines Guidelines, which state the following:
“Experience shows the best employment decisions for both students and employers are those that are made without pressure and with the greatest amount of information. Students given sufficient time to attend career fairs, participate in on-campus interviews, and/or complete the interviewing in which they are currently engaged are more likely to make good long-term employment decisions and may be less likely to renege on job acceptances.”
When possible, we recommend providing students a minimum of three weeks to respond to any employment offer.
Any company that reneges on an offer to a student will be re-evaluated by the Director of Employer Engagement to determine if they will be eligible to participate in Isenberg’s on-campus recruiting program moving forward.