The problem with tech hiring today isn’t job-seekers.
It feels like all-too-often these days that people are complaining about the lack of good job candidates in tech right now 🤔
As someone who has expanded their team with sixteen new people this year, let me tell you the problem isn’t finding good people - it’s convincing them that you’re worth working for 👈
The anti work movement is a good example of what I’m talking about. People are tired of being undervalued by employers, and that includes remote workers.
The time of offering “Casual Fridays” as the only employee benefit is long over. If you want top talent to seek you out and stay with your company, you need to:
- Make sure they feel challenged and are never bored
- Trust them to work autonomously
- Offer them real benefits that make them excited to grow with you
Do the above and finding talent is easy 🤷
TL:DR give employees challenges and benefits whether they're remote or in-office and suddenly hiring becomes easy