Community leaders invite awesome people in their network or audience to join their collective.
From the invited candidates, the community leader curates a group of high-quality talent.
Members create profiles, indicating past experience and whether or not they’re open to new work
To get access to a talent collective, businesses have to request access, paying a monthly subscription to the community if they get approved.
When businesses see a candidate they want to chat with, they can send an intro request which gets forwarded to the candidate by the community lead.
If the candidate approves the intro request, they begin a separate email exchange with the business.
Jump to the bottom of your hiring funnel with Talent Collectives. We connect you directly to top tier candidates recommended by the communities they're a part of before they've put themselves on the market.
Industry leaders like Sahil Bloom, Gaby Goldberg, and Lenny Rachitsky have been leveraging talent collectives to facilitate over one thousand first round interviews between members of their community and leading businesses like Dropbox and Shopify.
Stop wasting your time hunting with cold dms. Leading businesses like Shopify, Slack, Coinbase, and Dropbox all use Pallet’s community network to help reach out and make confident hires.
We built talent collectives because, honestly, wouldn’t it be easier to get that dream job if you had a stamp of approval from an industry leader on your resume? You deserve the best options, let’s go get ‘em.
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A conversation on early stage recruitment with Pim de Witte, cofounder and CEO of Medal.tv
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