4 Ways To Help Your Engineers Spend Less Time Interviewing

As the demand for skilled tech talent continues to rise, the role of software engineers in interviewing and assessing candidates has become increasingly important.

However, the amount of time that engineers spend on recruitment-related tasks such as interviews, creating technical questions, and evaluating candidates is no longer sustainable.

Recent research has shown that engineering managers can spend up to 15% of their time on recruiting, leading to a reduction in productivity and increased costs for the company. In fact, companies end up paying six times more for engineers involved in hiring compared to recruiters due to their higher hourly rates and more time-intensive processes. But there is a solution that allows engineers to remain part of the recruitment process while minimizing the time they spend on it.

In this eBook, we’ll dive into how by exploring four common recruiting mistakes that lead to wasted engineer time—and how to avoid them.