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Relying on Inbound Alone Could Hurt Recruiting Efforts.

January 23, 2023
By
The Underdog.io Team
When each job posting is garnering unprecedented levels of attention, recruiters have the impossible task of sifting through thousands of resumes to find the best fit candidates.
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How to Write Recruiting Outreach that Works

December 19, 2022
By
The Underdog.io Team
To find out what makes an outreach message successful, we sat down with Will Allred of Lavender, and Evan Kaplan of Chronograph. With their help we’ll go over best practices for writing recruiting outreach that works including the before and after of sending the message.
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Top Niche Candidate Sourcing Channels of 2022

November 15, 2022
By
The Underdog.io Team
Talent sourcing is the process of actively searching for qualified candidates. By identifying which channels to use and how they will meet your needs, you can build a strong candidate sourcing strategy that will attract top talent.
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Three Lessons from the Underdog.io Team on Building Remote Company Culture

October 24, 2022
By
The Underdog.io Team
In this very special blog post, we’ll share a bit about our team, our company culture, and three lessons we’ve learned about crafting a remote team built on trust.
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Webinar Recap: Hiring Visa Candidates as a Startup

October 6, 2022
By
The Underdog.io Team
Hiring visa candidates is a great way to bolster your recruitment efforts and find talented candidates.But there are so many questions that are left unanswered by difficult to understand legal guides. This webinar covers topics such as: an outlook of the stem labor market, how to set up an immigration program, questions to ask when hiring international talent and potential disadvantages of hiring visa candidates.
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Underdog.io Guide to Landing a Startup Job

September 14, 2022
By
Chris Muir
The ultimate guide to finding startup jobs, nailing the interview process, and securing a great job offer.
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Despite Tech Layoffs, Startups are Still Hiring

September 9, 2022
By
The Underdog.io Team
Hiring is hard, even in the best of times. Record high inflation rates, an economic downturn, and skyrocketing living costs can make it nearly impossible for a startup to find the right people. Despite a few high profile tech companies laying off employees, most tech startups are still hiring. While the news may seem dire for the tech industry, hundreds of newly added jobs across multiple industries tell a very different story about the demand for tech employees.
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How Underdog.io Handles Company Rankings

August 30, 2022
By
The Underdog.io Team
Every other week, we share Ruff Notes - a newsletter featuring product updates, news from our community, and a curated list of tech and recruiting articles that we handpick from around the web. Over the last few years we’ve ranked dozens of companies that gave our candidates a great interview experience. Let’s talk about how and why.
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The Great Return-to-Office Has Some Kinks to Work Out

August 23, 2022
By
The Underdog.io Team
The next major return-to-office push is underway. Have tech companies found the right balance to make the hybrid model work? Or will this return-to-office push set off the latest worker/employer standoff?
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What Does an Engineering Hiring Manager Look For?

July 27, 2022
By
The Underdog.io Team
So you're in the job hunt, or at least you've begun thinking about greener pastures elsewhere. Naturally you want to land an excellent gig at a worthy company, working with a great team, and so on. How to prep for the mating dance with these companies? In this series of Ruff Guides from Underdog, we will analyze what engineering hiring managers are actually looking for.
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