The Ultimate Guide to Hiring the Best Team for Your Startup


When your startup is just getting off the ground, you need to make some careful hiring decisions. You probably don't have the resources you need to hire all the employees you'd like to hire. Instead, you have to prioritize. So, where do you start? Who do you hire first? How do you convince great candidates that your startup is the company to work for?

If all of these questions seem familiar to you, you're not alone. It's tough to determine how to go about hiring for your brand new company - but we're here to cover everything you need to know about growing a team of hard-working individuals who want to push your company to the next level. Here are some important things to consider...

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The Ultimate Guide to Hiring the Best Team for Your Startup

What you will learn in this eBook

Entrepreneurs have a lot of things to get right when starting and managing their business idea to ensure success, one area of which is the hiring of top talent, which can be a key differentiator in those critical early years. Use this guide to learn how to:

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The "must-have" qualities employees really need
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The "must-have" qualities employees really need
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Make your company a great place to work
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Make your company a great place to work

Sneak peek

Remember: Hiring Will Change as Your Startup Grows

Hiring the right employees is crucial to your startup's success. It's important to know the type of worker you need for each specific stage of your company's lifecycle, as your company's growth will rely on different traits and strengths as it grows. Here's a simple guide to hiring the right employees for every phase of your startup:

Stage 1: The Jack of All Trades and Individual Contributors (1-10 Employees) The onset of a new business is the most volatile stage. Your team will be dealing with the highest levels of uncertainty, and the challenges you all face will change dramatically on a day-to-day basis. Thus, at the beginning, you'll need to hire people with versatility - those who thrive on creative problem-solving and strategizing.

Chapters

Introduction
What Should You Be Looking for in Potential Candidates?
Remember: Hiring Will Change as Your Startup Grows
How Can You Get the Best Candidates to Work With You?

About the author

Anne St. Hilaire
Anne St. Hilaire
Anne is my name, marketing is my game. Slight obsessions include: antipasto, social media domination, and helping job seekers score the career of their dreams.
The Ultimate Guide to Hiring the Best Team for Your Startup