For Jason Lucash, co-founder of consumer audio company OrigAudio, work ethic and cultural fit trump work experience.
Founders are often generalists, or "orchestra directors," but to get to the next level, they need to know when to bring in specialists, says the founder of KIND.
Daniel Lubetzky says he wants every person at his company to feel like an owner.
Entrepreneurs who take a strategic approach to hiring find abundant talent.
Using people analytics, business leaders can pull back the shroud and decode the mysterious inner workings of their organization.
Exceptional employees rely on skills that you won't find in a job description.
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Your startup isn't generating enough cash to pay decent salaries. Now what?
Radicals & Visionaries
A toxic hire can cost a company time and money, so finding workers with these characteristics is vital.
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You want to work with freelancers who really know the material and can be counted on to deliver a high-quality finished product.
Setting up a table at a job fair creates a potential for serendipity the Internet can rarely match.
They're not earthshaking changes, but they'll get the attention of 18 to 34 year olds.