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Ask a Developer: How Can Employers Improve the Candidate Experience

Post by Rich Moy on Dec 21, 2016 12:00:00 AM

Hey, I get it. After countless hours of sourcing developers and ushering them through the technical interview process, the last thing you have time to think about is how to improve the candidate experience. And if you’re like some of the recruiters I’ve spoken to in the past, you might also think that the most common candidate experience best practices require huge chunks of your recruiting budget. Based on what a few developers told us, the truth is twofold: candidate experience is important, but improving yours doesn’t require a complete overhaul of your hiring process. Here are a few specific suggestions they had for employers looking to go beyond technical interview basics and make a better first impression on developer candidates.

Ask a Developer: How do You Choose Between Multiple Job Offers?

Post by Rich Moy on Sep 1, 2016 12:00:00 PM

If your experience is even remotely similar to mine, I bet you can think of a few occasions on which you wanted to ask a developer why he or she declined your job offer. At times, knowing how developers choose between multiple job offers can seem like an unsolvable mystery. We were curious to see what types of things developers consider when they have multiple job offers on the table, so we reached out to a few people to learn about their experiences—and what ultimately lead them to make the choices they made.  

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