With university recruiting season upon us, many organizations are looking for better ways to build a pipeline of diverse technical talent. We’ve put together our top five tips for creating a process that allows you to expand your reach to more non-traditional candidates and reduce bias, without compromising time-to-hire or creating a bottleneck.
In this URx Conference 2022 featured discussion, we bring together perspectives from a Dean of a College of Engineering, recruiter, and engineering manager to share insights on how the broader hiring team can improve their process.
From the OneReq Summit: DEI In Recruiting. A deep dive into the critical partnership between Engineering & Recruiting. Featuring Mamuna Oladipo, VP of Product, Shopify | Tigran Sloyan, Co-Founder & CEO, CodeSignal
Asana’s apprenticeship program provides opportunities to technical candidates from nontraditional and underrepresented backgrounds. And, it works—AsanaUP has a success rate of 82% when it comes to converting apprentices to full-time software engineering roles. Read what advice they have to offer other talent leaders looking to run a successful DE&I recruiting initiative.
From the leaders track of the 2021 URx Leaders Summit. CodeSignal’s CEO Tigran Sloyan leads a conversation with three expert early career recruiters, Cindy Loggins, Nadia Abouzaid, as they discuss how you can create a process that meets today’s changing requirements, builds connections with potential applicants, and surfaces the candidates with the most promising skills--rather than “top tier school” credentials.