How Recruiting Sprints Work

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A recruiting sprint is a structured, time-bound process for quickly filling open positions. The sprint process is designed to be nimble and flexible, so it can be adapted to the specific needs of each organization.

The sprint begins with a kickoff meeting, where the team establishes the goal of the sprint and identify which roles they will focus on. The team then develops a plan of action and assigns tasks to each member. The sprint ends with a review meeting, where the team discusses what went well and what could be improved for future sprints.

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