Hiring talent in any business is a challenge, but in the competitive world of start-ups where you don't have the history, experience, HR support or benefits to offer. How do you compete for top talent?
Here #SocialTalent discuss the point and highlight some of the great blogs that Ben Yoskovitzhas written on this very subject. There is no magic wand, however there are positives to being involved in a start-up. The flexibility, variety of work and the opportunity to make a real impact on the overall success of the business, are to name but a few.
But let's face it, companies large or small, creative or dynamic, all require one thing to make them work.
Start-ups and Small – Medium Businesses (SMBs) are a fascinating phenomenon. Not only do they give birth to excellent programmes like Silicon Valley (based on the hilarious book Disrupted by Dan Lyons) they also display some of the most creative and genius ideas of our generation. Studies have shown that not only are there more start-ups than ever before, more of them are lasting longer than ever before.