The best developers are working for your competitors. Why?
Reason #1: You do not position your company as an interesting, exciting tech-savvy employer
Developers like working for employers that stand out. They like working in companies driven by their mission.
We can help you improve your employer branding to get more ❤ from developers.
Check out some of the 🔥 recruitment videos we've created.
Reason #2: You do not promote your company at events enough
Developers like to join events and meetups where they can talk to employees and managers.
We can help you organize events for developers.
As a reference, check out a hackathon we've co-organized for 154 developers:
Reason #3: You do not follow software development best practices
Developers like working with the latest technologies, frameworks, and languages.
We can help you review your tech stack and software development workflow to suggest space for improvements.
In the past, we've consulted and mentored tech leaders and business owners in Europe and Asia.
Today, we work with technical leaders around the world to help them build high-performing remote teams in our Facebook group Building Tech Teams - The Right Way.
Reason #4: You do not work with remote developers
Developers like working remotely. Either full-time or part-time at a home office.
To enable remote work, we help technical leaders adjust processes, development workflow, and performance management so that you can hire remote developers effectively.
We can help you find great developers willing to work for you remotely full-time or part-time, long-term or short-term.
Reason #5: You do not proactively reach out to passive developers
Today, a good developer has a good job already. Lots of developers are open to change, although they are not searching actively on job portals.
We help hiring managers, CTOs and tech leaders identify their potentially best employees and headhunt them proactively.
"Only 13.1% of developers are actively looking for a job. However, 75.2% of developers are interested in hearing about new job opportunities."
Reason #6: You do not work with the right recruiters
Developers don't like talking to recruiters with poor technical knowledge.
Geekruiters are different. We have strong technical background and understand technologies. We hire with confidence.