As a startup founder, a third of your job should be focused on attracting and retaining talent. Here are 5 tools that will help you do that and more.
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Top talent is hard to attract and even harder to keep. If you want to bring high-caliber employees to your organization, follow these five tips.
Although it will eat up a big chunk of your time, hiring your first employee is well worth whatever amount of time you need to dedicate to the task.
The best employees are slipping through the net of traditional recruitment procedures.
As one of the biggest and arguably most famous companies in the world, Google has gained a reputation for its prowess at finding just the right team.
Planning ahead will increase the quality of your recruitment process, minimizing costly hiring mistakes and ensuring your business is well-equipped for future growth.
Social media offers valuable insight into the life of a potential candidate. You can use it to validate a potential employee’s assertions regarding their prior work history.
In an average of six seconds, most hiring managers have already decided whether to swipe right or left on a candidates resume.
Be patient, the cost of a bad hire can be far greater than waiting for the right person.
Finding talent for your startup isn’t as difficult as you may think if you’re willing to think outside of the box and make the effort.