While bigger businesses are fine leaving some positions open for months, smaller companies trying to get off the ground don't have that luxury
Companies have a hard time finding candidates with communication skills, a positive attitude and the ability to work on a team.
Selecting people who align with the workplace's unique culture helps reduce cost and boosts productivity
Ankur Jain, Managing Partner of Emergent Ventures, says not just good product or revenue, but a start-up's ability to be culturally fit is equally important
A candidate's "experience" is often secondary to his or her understanding of your company's mission and culture.
In an increasingly transparent, connected world, artifice and deception fool no one. In the end, your company's only defense against PR disaster is stakeholders' forthright adherence to your highest values, from top to bottom.
Hiring dilutes your culture unless, along with resumes and skill sets, you look at a candidate's personal alignment with your company's core values.
Blind hiring gets you the diversity you want, but what about the cultural 'fit' you need?
You need a number cruncher, but you want to figure in the right qualities and qualifications. Here's what to do.
The New England Patriots coach seeks like-minded players who share the team's core values.
Finding the right people to add to a team is almost a sacred process. The perfect candidate can make everyone better. The wrong hire can drive the whole team crazy.
The new buzzword in hiring might seem like a gray area to some employers. Try to define the term for your company and assess it in these concrete ways.