Using tech recruiters to fill tech positions is common in the startup world, but getting the value you expect isn’t. You’ve likely been told about the proprietary vaults of candidates you can’t access. Or you’ve been promised high-quality hires without any indication of a repeatable data-driven process behind the claim.
I’ll certainly remember 2017 as a benchmark year. After all, it’s the year recruitAbility got its start. In just a few short months, we’ve learned a great deal and, thankfully, our instincts on the relationship between recruiting and retention have been spot-on. We’ve also seen some surprising industry trends that will shift hiring in 2018 in several ways.