In today’s episode, we catch up with USA-based Salesforce Recruiter, Christopher Hopper, for a chat about Salesforce recruiting in the current market.
We delve into topics such as how many interviews people should ideally be attending, the dreaded counter offer, and what companies need to do if they’re not finding talent for their roles.
We regularly catch up with Chris on the podcast, as he’s a popular voice with our listeners. There are several previous episodes that we have recorded at past Dreamforce events and throughout the year with him, including candid chats, predictions and observations. If you’ve missed any of these, then head back through the show to catch up on what you missed.
Chris comes from a technical background himself which gives him a unique insight, and he’s a valuable voice and content creator to follow on social media. You can find him on LinkedIn
, or visit his website
for articles, videos, and information.
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