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Best Practices for Working with Recruiters

Best Practices for Working with Recruiters

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Whether you’re a staff engineer open to a new employment opportunity or the hiring manager of a company overloaded with work and desperate for talent, a good recruiter can lead you to the best possible outcome. Conversely, the wrong recruiter can leave chaos in their wake – mismatched people and positions, inefficient processes, wasted time and money, and total frustration.

In the current tight job market, with unemployment for engineers typically running in the 1%-2% range, it is especially important for both employer and employee to know how to work with recruiters.

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