11 August 2022, 17:00 CEST
In the wake of a spate of high-profile tech layoffs, the market is awash with skilled, experienced developers. But hiring managers are still struggling to fill their tech recruitment pipelines.
There are many reasons, but here are some of the highlights:
#Inflation2022: as the cost of living soars, local compensation is following suit, reaching unprecedented levels.
#NotLooking: the Great Resignation, the Big Quit – whatever you want to call it, it’s given highly skilled people a lot of leverage. They need good reasons to consider moving.
#TooLongToHire: irksome, convoluted hiring and onboarding processes shouldn’t have survived the upheaval of recent years. Regrettably, they have, and they continue to stymie tech recruitment.
So where’s the good news?
Africa is brimming with dynamic, remote-ready talent. Around three-quarters of the continent’s engineering teams are already working remotely. About half of them want to work for global companies – and 38% of them already do. Hiring in Africa is the game changer you’ve been waiting for.
Join our webinar to learn more:
- Hear from companies who have already started filling their tech positions with African talent
- Learn how to head off the risks of remote hiring with Playroll and OfferZen
- Discover how hiring within Africa can put you ahead of the pack
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