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AngelList


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Greenhouse


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Indeed


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Upwork


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Hiring

What to Look for in Recruiting Software

As a startup founder, when you decide you need new team members, you want to hire someone as soon as possible. If you post a job opening the old-fashioned way on job boards, it yields hundreds of applicants, but you may find yourself spending countless hours reading resumes only to find out that the right candidate is not there.Not many start-ups can afford full-time HR personnel in place to ensure a smooth hiring process. Even if they do, using recruiting software can be really helpful. A qu...

Recruiting Tools For Social Platforms

Upload your profile picture, state your education, put in your interests and skills. Is this Facebook or LinkedIn? Increasingly, our professional profiles have begun more and more to resemble our social profiles. As these two worlds blur, employers must ask of candidates and candidates must evaluate in themselves, “How am I coming off,” “What do people think of me when they look at my profile,” “Is there something in my teeth?” Startups are looking at ...

Which Recruiting Software Is Best for Your Startup?

Recruiting is an extremely important part of any company, and it’s critical for startups to make it a strategic priority. Especially with a lean team, each new hire should be viewed as an opportunity to add tangible value to the company, and wrong decisions can have a serious impact on your operations and your ability to achieve your goals. At the very early stages, it’s most likely that founders will take the lead on the hiring process, but as your team grows, this process become...