startup hiring

Hiring Your First Employee Is Scary -- for Good Reason

You quit your job to start your own company. Your first employee left a steady gig to follow you.

Jacob Warwick

4 Things to Remember When You're Recruiting Goal-Oriented Talent

Think that work-life balance, remote work opportunities and unlimited PTO are primarily what candidates are looking for? You're wrong.

Andre Lavoie

Why Being Clueless Can Be a Great Thing

How hiring our first salesperson led me to recognize that cluelessness is at the heart of entrepreneurship.

Aytekin Tank

6 Ways to Justify Hiring a UI Designer

Key stakeholders will perk up when they hear about lowering development costs and increasing revenue.

Ellie Martin

10 Steps to Hiring Your Startup's World-Beating A-Team

Hiring the right team is the one thing you have to get right. Few founders do.

Miriam Rivera

3 Prudent Hiring Practices to Acquire the Best Talent

For starters, have you ever considered that there actually is a substitute for experience?

Firas Kittaneh

The Case for Hiring Employees With Zero Experience

The key to making a successful hire is to know how that individual will approach each new task.

David Royce

How to Become Better at Hiring Sales Reps

The traditional hiring process is unfair to both employee and employer. Here's how to work around that.

Danny Wong

The 4 Punishing Costs of Making a Bad Hire

The financial wreckage wrought by hiring the wrong person is much too often hidden from the founder's notice.

Adam Robinson

Personality Tests: Helpful Tool or Lazy Shortcut?

Just as a map is not the territory, neither is a personality type the person you're hiring. Be a team builder, not a exam proctor.

George Deeb

7 Critical Traits to Look For In Early Hires

Your first few hires can mean the difference between success and failure. Here's a few traits to look for when hiring early on.

Iman Jalali