Recruitment Toolkit

Below are tools that managers and HR contacts may access that may be beneficial during the recruitment process. 

 

Employee Benefits At-A-Glance   [click link to left to view PDF]. This document may be printed in it's original version. Do not edit. 

LSU Quite Possibly the Best Place on Earth [click image to view PDF]. A publication of the LSU Office of Communications and University Relations. 

*Do not print. Email version available upon request by contacting HRM at hr@lsu.edu or 225-578-8200. 

 

 LIVE Capitalized is an online resource for newcomers to the region, those considering relocating to the Capital Region, as well as long-time residents interested in further local engagement. The site includes information about residential/housing options, job openings, leisure time activities and opportunities to network, organized in four main searchable categories of community, career, downtime and connect.

 

 

 

 

 

Living In Louisiana

  • 7th Best Living Environment - Chief Executive magazine named Louisiana No. 7 in the nation for best living environment in the 2014 ranking of Best & Worst States for Business. 
  • Happiest State in the Country - Six Louisiana cities were ranked in the top 10 happiest cities in the U.S. in 2014, according to Harvard and Vancouver School of Economics researchers. 
  • Louisiana’s homestead exemption means less money spent on taxes for your home and more money that stays in your pocket.
  • 4th in Early Education Quality - According to a 2015 Education Week report, Louisiana ranks 4th in the nation for early education quality.
  • 4th Lowest Cost of Living in the Country - The 2013 annual state-level ACCRA cost of living index ranked Louisiana as the state with the 4th-lowest cost of living in the country based on the cost of housing, health care, groceries, transportation and other goods and services. 
  • Southwest Louisiana’s Creole Nature Trail, a 180-mile scenic byway that received an All-American Road designation, attracts more than 200,000 visitors each year.
  • Visit Living In Louisiana here!

 

 

The Visit Baton Rouge website is an excellent resource for all things Baton Rouge.

The Baton Rouge Area Chamber is a non-profit, investor-driven organization with over 1,000 members businesses, civic organizations, educational institutions, and individuals.