Secrets to Reducing Engineering Time Spent on Recruiting
Ellen Markman, Director of Recruiting at CodeSignal; Michael Newman, VP of Engineering at CodeSignal
About this talk
Engineers often play a major role in hiring - in fact, it’s estimated that engineering managers spend 15% of their time on just recruiting. While it’s inevitable that engineers will spend some of their time on recruiting activities, too much time spent on hiring can be a drain on their productivity and innovation.
How can you develop technical interviewing practices that minimize the time and energy required of your engineering team?
Join Ellen Markman, CodeSignal’s Director of Recruiting, and Michael Newman, VP of Engineering on August 25 at 10 AM PT/1 PM EST. They will discuss how to optimize your technical hiring practices, the importance of assessment design, and how to accurately and fairly evaluate candidates.
Tips to drastically reduce engineering time spent on recruiting
How to build repeatable, role-relevant processes to meet your hiring goals
Strategies for mitigating the time spent re-writing questions due to leaks
CodeSignal is the leading technical interview solution, helping the world #GoBeyondResumes to hire high-quality and diverse technical talent. Talent Acquisition teams and engineering leaders use CodeSignal's skills evaluation frameworks to tap into underrepresented pools of candidates, save valuable engineering resources, increase speed-to-hire, and increase candidate pipeline yield.