All posts by Dan Arkind

Mar 3, 2014

Guerrilla Tactics for Recruiting Software Engineers

Google acquired Meebo in 2012 for $100M. Elaine Wherry is one of Meebo’s co-founders and back in 2005 she was tasked with hiring a team of javascript engineers. So she got creative – and had some great success. Last year Elaine shared one of her best recruiting stories – the recruiter honeypot – and now she’s sharing the 7 […]

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Feb 27, 2014

How To Recruit a Team of Mobile Software Engineers

Competition to hire software engineers who can build iPhone and Android mobile apps is intense.  Some of the best and most used mobile apps in the business are built by Xtreme labs (now part of Pivotal Labs) in Toronto, Canada.  Xtreme grew from 10 to 350 people in 4 years. What’s the secret that drove […]

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Feb 26, 2014

How To Build a Sourcing Team

What would you do if you were asked to build a world class team of sourcers from the ground up? Would you hire fresh new faces or grizzled veterans? What metrics would you put in place to track success? How would you structure things to make sure the team could scale up? Sourcing Czar Anand Bheeman has […]

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Feb 24, 2013

A few new job boards

We’ve added 5 new 1 click job posting options to JobScore – a little something for everyone. With 4M+ monthly visitors is among the most visited employment sites on the web. Exclusively for JobScore customers postings are 20% off in February 2013 ($79 instead of $99)   Click to log in and give a try. […]

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Nov 7, 2012

JobScore + email are now best friends

A lot of recruiting happens in email.. and cutting & pasting information from email into your ATS feels like a big waste of time that slows you down. Our  new Email Tracking feature empowers your team to add information to JobScore by simply sending an email. Email Tracking includes 3 email “inboxes” to add resumes, […]

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Aug 14, 2012

JobScore Welcomes ‘the Cheez’

We’re 5+ years into building JobScore. We’ve grown a lot… but we’ve largely flown under the radar. That’s about to change. Starting today Joel Cheesman will begin blogging here. For those of you who don’t know his work, Joel ran Cheezhead from 2005-2009, which some described as the TMZ of the recruiting industry. Joel’s company was acquired 2009 […]

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