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Ben Steven liked Anastasia Antonova's blog post Top 17 Recruiting Software Tools and Hiring Solutions
Apr 29, 2019
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"This is an awesome list, Calendly is a great product with multiple uses "
Apr 16, 2019

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Top 17 Recruiting Software Tools and Hiring Solutions

What is Recruiting Software Tool?

Recruiting software helps in-house recruitment teams and recruiting agencies to manage and streamline the process of the job posting, sourcing candidates, resume evaluation. Most of the tools are aimed to automate the recruitment process. By eliminating routine paperwork and boosting job promotion, recruiters get more resources for both improving the quality of the hiring…


Posted on March 28, 2019 at 6:00am — 2 Comments

How to Find a Strong Developer Using StackOverflow and Kaggle

Finding a strong developer is not an easy task. As a rule, professionals of such caliber are in high demand, and it makes no sense for them to post their resumes on job boards. That’s why the process of searching for an ideal candidate may take much time and require additional knowledge and skills.


StackOverflow is an online platform for IT professionals from all over the world (it currently has about 20 million users). The creators of this platform claim that…


Posted on January 23, 2019 at 6:00am — 1 Comment

9 ready-to-use sourcing hacks for IT recruiters

Find any GitHub commit of the developer you are interested in. Click the commit name to open the commit page. Add .PATCH to the end of the page address in the address bar. Search (Ctrl+F) “@”. Get the developer’s email.…

Posted on January 16, 2019 at 4:30am

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