IT recruiting is a challenging profession. We lure specialists that are often not ready to change jobs, are in high demand and often expect to receive higher salaries than many IT companies can afford.
Our task is to find suitable specialists, convince them to consider the job opening, and, ultimately, accept an offer. And all this we do without making serious adjustments to the company's requirements to the candidate.
However, even without that, our work is sometimes artificially complicated. One such story is the refusal to consider a candidate's CV if it has been published on a popular job board.
This approach is not always justified, and in most cases, it reduces the effectiveness of tech recruiting. Read why - in our new article.