Staffing as a non-tech person

Talk to mentors who can help you navigate what to have in mind as a non-techie as you evaluate and attracting tech people

If you’re a non-technical person who’s responsible for staffing at a tech company, you may feel like you’re at a disadvantage. After all, how can you hire and recruit the best technical talent if you don’t have a technical background yourself?

Fortunately, there are ways to overcome this challenge. These mentors are experienced in the tech industry can help you navigate the hiring process and attract top talent. They can also give you insights into what to look for when evaluating candidates.

Of course, it’s natural to feel some doubts about your ability to hire the right people. But remember that the most important qualities in a good employee are not necessarily technical skills. Instead, focus on finding candidates who are creative, driven, and able to work well in a team.

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