Is there a good method to determine if a .Net Developer can technically do a .Net project for one your clients? We have relied on our ability to screen candidates, at a high level, and then a client…Continue
Date: January 24thTime: 1:00 PM - 1:45 PM ESTFacebook reaching 1 Billion users in October 2012, it's no surprise that the social network is a popular destination for recruiters. While some have been using the tool to their advantage for years, many aren't sure where to begin and how to build their strategy. This session will cover:How to setup and optimize your pageThe importance of defining your target audienceThree categories of content that can be used on FacebookSome basic ways to recruit…See More
"One thing I have learned about recruiting outside of my field of expertise is not to "Think" but "Know". The candidates objective is to get a job and impress you, so they will do anything in order to get that job including…"
Is there a good method to determine if a .Net Developer can technically do a .Net project for one your clients? We have relied on our ability to screen candidates, at a high level, and then a client interviews. However, we have had some experiences that once our consultant was on-site and started the project, that they were not as good at application development as we first thought.We are trying to find better ways to ensure a developer can actually do the required coding. Do people still use…See More
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