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Why Culture Fit is Critical in Startup Hiring

For many job seekers, startup companies hold the allure of a high-energy environment, the chance to make a big contribution and the possibility of an outsized reward if the company succeeds and grows.

But it’s these high stakes and fast pace that make it crucial to prioritize organizational culture in the startup hiring process. With a small staff, the impact …

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Should You Require a Cover Letter?

Technology has changed the role cover letters play in hiring

The dreaded cover letter. Some recruiters love them, and others have little use for them. But there’s one thing everyone seems to agree on — job seekers hate writing them. Cover letters often veer toward boring and formulaic, or over-the-top. For those candidates who manage to strike just the right balance of brevity, data-backed performance statements and personality, they’re left …

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How to Manage Candidates on Indeed

Everything you need to track hiring progress and applicant status is in the Indeed Employer Dashboard. Understanding the Employer Dashboard will help you manage your recruitment campaigns for optimal hiring results. When job seekers apply to your jobs and show up as candidates in your employer dashboard, using candidate statuses keeps your hiring organized.

The “Status” drop down menu lets …

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4 Hiring Lessons the Tech Industry Can Teach All Recruiters

Hiring Tips from Tech Recruitment

Competing for tech talent means being a kung fu master — a peaceful warrior. Tech recruiters must be both aggressive and gentle, often in the same moment, throughout the entire hiring process.

Every industry has its own arsenal of tips, tricks and best practices for hiring, but tech companies have had to get especially industrious to compete for the world’s …

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