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Need a Developer? Strategies to Find Developers for Startups (2022)

20% of startups fail in the first two years. And do you know why? Almost a quarter of failures are because of teamwork issues. If you’re looking […]

10 Tech Recruitment Tips That Matter – Backed By Our IT Experts

Hiring developers can be challenging if you don’t have any technical background. You can have general guidelines and a technical recruiting cheat sheet, but it […]

What is Remote Recruitment and How Can It Help My Company?

Most employers try to manage their payroll costs to stay competitive. Whether you’re a small business owner in need of some IT help or an […]

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10 Telecommuting Trends a Remote Manager Should Know

Did you read those articles a while back about how telecommuting is dead? Well, with apologies to Mark Twain, the reports of telecommuting’s demise have been greatly exaggerated. […]

4 Limitations of the Local Market

When seeking qualified professionals to fill positions within your company, it’s easy to think locally. After all, there are many advantages to hiring locally, including […]

Email Response Time: What Should You Expect?

The advent of email has brought the business world closer than ever, but it has also driven us apart. For example, someone in Taiwan can […]

How to hire better people, faster

From Fortune 500 companies to small businesses with a handful of employees, all have a common hiring problem: There are a million more software developer […]

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