Prepare: How I Learned to Stop Worrying And Love Hiring

New Book on Hiring by Raj Sheth


A lot of founders and first time managers make mistakes in hiring. Even though Raj observed over 1000 customers use his product to manage their hiring, it did not make his own hiring decisions any easier.

After making many mistakes, he and his team developed a more predictable approach to hiring. Here, he’s recorded his insights and shared his four-step method to identifying the perfect hire. With prePARE, you can take the guesswork out of hiring and build your best team.

Prepare: How I Learned to Stop Worrying And Love Hiring

About the Author

Raj Sheth co-founded Recruiterbox, a software that helps employers implement a predictable hiring process. His goal is to make employers successful at hiring. In his own words: “Co-founding a recruiting software firm helped me learn about hiring problems of over 1000 companies. Ironically, it did not make me better at my own hiring – until, after a ton of hiring, I learnt some great lessons. prePARE is my attempt at sharing these lessons.” Raj has been published in the Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, and New York Times, and has authored many articles on small business hiring. He has also been interviewed on various hiring technology and startup podcasts. You can reach him on Twitter at @rsheth81

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