How to set up the candidate outreach right Recruiting challenges of 2021 start at the very beginning of the pipeline — with the search for the right candidates. It’s not an easy task to complete, especially when there is a lack of specialists for certain technical jobs in some countries. Plus, the fact that the […]
Credentials: Hung Lee and Erin Mathew, a Reddit sourcing expert, had a podcast episode where they’ve discussed the ways of sourcing candidates on Reddit, the largest forum with 330 million users engaged there. We have summarized key ideas and hints on how to source on Reddit + added practical info and boolean strings for you […]
We have surveyed our AmazingHiring fans and the sourcing community from all over the world about their favorite recruiting email subject lines that work best for the first contact with a potential candidate. We have picked the most popular and most creative ones. Enjoy the list and feel free to share it with your colleagues. […]
A handy list of the best recruiting tools that any technical recruiter should know in 2021. Thanks to our friend Jiri Herodek (@jiri_herodek) for helping to prepare this material.
Recently, we spoke about how to recruit a strong specialist after you’ve searched for them everywhere and with no success. If sourcing in social media and professional networking services has come to naught, it’s high time to install Slack – a popular team messaging application.
May 2019 sourcing and recruiting professionals from all over the world gathered at SourceCon Europe to discuss sourcing strategies and tactics, learn and network. The AmazingHiring team is happy to share with you the most interesting highlights from the speaker keynotes and presentations.
Tech talents are modern ninjas – it’s hard to find them as they do not post their resumes on job boards and they do not polish their Linkedin profiles. But they leave traces by contributing to professional networks like GitHub, StackOverflow or Kaggle. Let’s see what effective tools like AmazingHiring search engine have in its […]
So, the main questions here is: how do you retain your best performers? They’re your star employees who’re emotionally connected to their jobs. They help you move the company forward, come up with creative ideas, and are 100% productive. How can you prevent them from leaving you for your competitor? In this post, we’ll guide you […]
AmazingHiring Chrome Extension is a professional sourcing tool that finds tech specialists’ social media profiles, contacts and information about the professional background with one click. Profiles found: front-end developers, back-end developers, IOS, Android, data scientists, QA engineers, UI/UX designers, DevOps and tech specialists. Let us take a look at the AmazingHiring extension features in details! […]
Here is the guidebook by Jiri Herodek how to use Amazon Web Services and its machine learning module for sourcing and which pros and cons it has. Before we dive into the process let us explain a couple of notions you need to be familiar with before implementing the whole process into your sourcing strategy.
We have already written plenty about the fact that if you want to find a strong developer, usual sourcing resources are not very helpful – you’ll have to use specialized sites. And now we decided to tell everything there’s to know about sourcing in GitHub!
We’ve already told you how to find awesome developers on GitHub, and in this handbook, we’ll give you tips on sourcing best of the best in StackOverflow and Kaggle.
If you want to hire a truly professional designer, it makes no sense to post a vacancy and wait for applications. This is undoubtedly the case when a portfolio outweighs any CV. Therefore, start searching proactively on such websites as Dribbble and Behance.