Over my years of recruiting, I’ve worked just about every angle to hire great engineers. I’ve used agencies, internal recruiters, my personal network, my team’s personal network, ads on job boards, social media, meetups, networking events, free
As a founder and hiring manager of a fast growing startup, I’m always in hiring mode. When I recently heard news a local company had laid off engineers, I went straight to LinkedIn to view the profiles of their
So today I met the single worst recruiter of my professional career. He works for a local company I think might be the Walmart of technical recruiting: all speed, no quality, and trying to make up for it with volume.
The market for technical professionals in Boston has been highly competitive over the last year, forcing hiring managers to become creative in sourcing candidates. Here are 5 tips that have consistently worked for me. #5: The Person You Want Isn’
When you’ve been hiring in the same area for a period of time, you’re bound to have stories. Here are five stories you might not want to reproduce in your next interview. The statute of limitations has expired
Every good inside sales person needs a hook. With the hot Boston job market, I am the recipient of many sales hooks from recruiters. Here is one I get about twice a week from a couple recruiters with whom I