Tag: hiring

Cover Letters as a Differentiator

I’ve been doing a lot of hiring lately. So I’ve been thinking about how people can differentiate themselves from the pack. It’s an interesting proposition when there are so many people out there with great work and life experience that can help them contribute to and enhance a team. One of the trends I have …

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The Easiest Way to Build a Hiring Pipeline

One of the most challenging parts of building a business is finding great people. I think that’s probably a universal struggle that businesses have. Everyone knows that great people are out there. But finding them and attracting them is decidedly difficult. But what if there was an easier way to find them? Well I’m glad …

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Interviewing Programmers When You Barely Are One

I suck at writing code. It’s just not one of my strengths. This begs the question, how can one do a good job of finding someone who is good at the thing (programming) you aren’t? I know I’m not the only in this position. But this isn’t a question of finding people for a job …

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Recruiting Around a Series-A

If you’ve ever heard the saying, “the second you think it’s time for HR, it’s already too late,” then you’ll know what I’m talking about in this post. SimpleReach, having recently raised a round of funding, is now heavily in to the recruiting process on all fronts. But there is a dichotomy that comes with …

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