Billy [Hazeltine] was great.
Really good communication, thorough in my understanding of the role and a welcoming attitude.
Lead .Net Developer
When Talent Point said they weren't like other recruiters I rolled my eyes, but they were fantastic throughout the entire process!
They sat in the interview and prompted me to mention things that I hadn't remembered, helped me negotiate a higher salary offer and generally went out of their way to give me the best possible chance of success.
Senior PHP Engineer
Pete and Florence were both outstanding. I wouldn’t have been as confident during my interviews without their coaching and preparation.
The job description and interview preparation were invaluable. Florence was knowledgeable, enthusiastic and an absolute pleasure!
Bethany was very professional, friendly and super helpful. She kept in touch throughout the entire process.
Billy directed me to the right people every time, while William and Beth guided myself through separate interviews. The information and description of the company they gave me beforehand were 100% accurate.
Full Stack Developer
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