Recruitment and onboarding – are you doing it right?
Recruitment and onboarding are the first two encounters of a potential candidate with your company. It is extremely important that they are carried out properly, both in terms of HR needs, as well as technical and design needs. Many times in our career we met with this stage, which was not very well performed, often observing the discouragement of the candidate already at this stage. As a Test Manager / Test Lead you can add your brick to the process and, nota bene, take care of its quality. We will present genre scenes, discuss common mistakes, and finally try to build the perfect recruitment and onboarding for the tester.
Maximum number of participants: 16
Preliminary requirements for participants: None
Experienced tester, consultant, analyst and project manager. Accredited ISTQB trainer, certified QA Manager and Scrum Master. He started with gaming and location testing, and then worked on software on various platforms (desktop, mobile, web) and technologies. His professional experience includes manual testing and writing automated scripts in Python, JS and Java. Co-founder and organizer of WrotQA, full-time speaker of Polish and foreign conferences and meetings. He is fascinated with context-driven testing as well as the concept of agility. Experiment treats as one of the most powerful tools in the tester’s arsenal. He believes that ‘it depends’ is the best answer to any difficult question 😉
Focused on achieving the goals. A person who motivates and inspires the team in every situation, regardless of the problems encountered, based on highlighting strengths, mutual respect and achieving results. Aware of the strength of teamwork and good relations in work based on trust and understanding. Aiming to raise the bar by evoking a sense of team value.
Quickly learning, open to constructive criticism, willing and adaptable. He is not afraid to express his opinion despite the pressure of the environment.