The answer to #10 is to not work with the client. Recently I had a company that would only do 6 months, our standard is 1 - 2 years. This is also for mobile developers which are extremely difficult to find. They…"
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1) Make sure your client has given the search to multiple firms so that the process turns into a race to send the most resumes the quickest vs. screening for the best fit.2) Insure that the client has posted the search on their website as well as multiple job boards before you begin the search.3) Make sure you do your own posting to insure you get the exact same candidates who are already in your client’s database.4) Tell everyone you talk to, very early in the process,…See More
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