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As a hiring manager, what is the first thing you do when you realize that you do NOT have the people you need to meet your goals in a timely manner?
Do you post it yourself?
Ask your HR person to find someone?
Ask your team and connections who they know?
Get on LinkedIn?
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As a hiring manager, what recruiting metrics matter to you?
If I want unlimited time off, who will hire me?
What is the best/optimal legal/HR approach for a UK based startup to hire its first French employee?
When is the best time in the hiring process to bring up ethics and disclose your principles?
Why is it that at most of the 'Jobs' pages of software companies, people are rarely shown working in the pics, eg - Quora?
What's the best timing for a startup to hire a dedicated product person?
What start-ups look for programmers with machine learning experience?
How hard is it to hire a (good) designer?
Should front-end developers be hired for internal web applications?
What determines quality of hire?
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