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Always interesting to read about recruiting from the candidates point of view. Here a developer job seeker went through an interview process where she was so impressed that she wrote about it, even though she ended up not being offered the role. Some interesting insight here for tech recruiters looking to design an assessment process that developers enjoy. Also, good nurture content to send out to tech candidates, to get their view. Have a read. H/T to brainfooder Denys Dinkevych 🇺🇦 for the share
Issue #333 published 26 Feb 2023
Fascinating thought experiment from ’Atomic Artichoke’ on whether can your choice of online pseudonym can create bias. As a recruiter who once had to advise a candidate against using sexycat99 as his hotmail handle, I rather think it does. Have a read of the experiment here. What do you think?
Issue #126 published 23 Apr 2020
Critics will find problems with Skills Assessments, but it’s inevitable that ‘skill badges’ will become at least an unconscious pre-filter for us when we review candidate profiles; the foundations are being laid for full on matching service too, if logic is still a thing in this world. You’ve got to be aware of this, so here it is from the horses mouth
Issue #154 published 23 Apr 2020