What to Do When a Candidate Turns Down Your Job Offer
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One of the Most In-Demand Employers in the World Is Hiring!
We all hope to work with the best companies in the world, but sometimes they can feel so unachievable, more so if they're all the way overseas. But what if we tell you that you don’t have to go that far to work with one? One of the premier ride-sharing apps in Silicon Valley is hiring in the Philippines through TaskUs, Inc. This multinational online transportation company has sought support from TaskUs for some ridiculously good outsourcing services. And they’re looking to hire 100 people to
3 Interview Questions You Should Stop Asking Candidates
Have you ever wondered how much intel you are getting from candidate interviews? We might all agree that the interview is not always the most accurate way to get to know your candidates. They don't know you and you don't know them; your means of bridging the gap is a series of questions in a high pressure situation (for the candidates, mostly). In this case, how much or how accurate is the information you're getting from these interviews? This is an important question to ask as we are assessing