How do you select the developers you recommend for my team?

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How do you select the developers you recommend for my team?

We aim to provide you with a remote professional who can work with you long-term. Candidates we recommend will have the knowledge, skills, and abilities you require, as well as appropriate attributes and working style that will make them a good fit for you and your team. We look first to any professionals we have […]

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If I want to hire a new team member, how quickly can they start?

That depends on whether the professionals we have available meet your needs. If we happen to have a readily available candidate, they may be able to get started right away. If we need to recruit someone to fulfill the skillset you need, the process may take longer. When hiring a custom candidate, we respect that […]

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How do I add members to my team?

Allshore offers infinite capacity to meet your changing needs. If you would like to add another professional to your team, notify your Client Success Manager and explain what you are looking for. We will seek the best fit for your project and your team and follow up with options for hire at your convenience.

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Can I interview or evaluate a remote professional before I hire them?

Certainly! We will send you resumes for any possible candidates so you know their experience and skill-level. Additionally, we welcome requests to conduct an interview before you hire them, and we highly encourage interviews when either replacing a team member or adding a resource to an already established team. If you are interested in interviewing […]

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How do you select professionals to hire? What does your recruiting process entail?

Allshore takes great care to determine whether or not someone is fit to work with our clients. All candidates who apply to work with our clients must complete a minimum series of technical evaluations specific to their field, an HR interview, and an English communication interview. Our standards are high and uncompromising, and as a […]