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Why are senior-level candidates so out of touch with what employers need? Careers expert Alexandra Levit explores what your resume might be missing.
Hiring the wrong person at a startup is a critical error — and leads to wasted time and resources. Nathaniel Koloc outlines four steps to vet your candidates thoroughly.
Millennials have high “connectional intelligence,” a trait that should be an advantage in today’s workplace. But how do they convince the higher-ups they’re worth a gamble?
Working for a startup takes a diverse set of skills. Does your candidate have what it takes? These interview questions will help you figure it out, fast.
Startups can’t always compete for a candidate’s attention with salary alone. So why not compete with extras — like flex work hours — instead?
What’s a social media director really do, anyway? And more to the point, what skills do they need to have to do it well?
The most indispensable startup employees share 8 key traits. Here’s how to spot them early.
No company can be successful without paying attention to the well-being of their people. But how do you get started?
Anyone can be a brilliant coder — but startups need web developers they can actually trust.
From how much equity to offer to probationary periods, there are a lot of factors to consider when making an early-stage startup hire.
Startup founders might know their product inside out, but most could do with support in other areas — namely finance and HR.
Finding a partner who will start up with you is a business relationship you don’t want to gamble with. Eleven female founders share what to look for before you sign a single paper.
Be honest: some of your employees and colleagues annoy you. Vanessa Van Edwards explains why — and how to communicate with “annoying” co-workers with finesse.
Looking for a job? Here are 5 ways to make absolutely sure that when your future employer Googles you, they like what they find.
Young entrepreneurs are often dismissed by doubtful investors and colleagues. Here are 5 ways to show them you’re very, very serious.
Interviewing for a job at a startup requires an entrepreneurial approach, not classic textbook mediocrity. Max Sobol reveals 5 things all candidates should know before they get in the hot seat.
If you love startups and you love travel, there is definitely a job out there for you — if you know where to look.
Co-founders and “partners” beware: without a formal agreement, you may not have the same rights to your company’s future that you think you do.
Getting a Harvard MBA should prepare you for entrepreneurship…right? While MBAs certainly have advantages (like analytical training), they may have to work a little harder on some other qualities first.
If a startup is like a baby, can you really blame a founder for wanting to manage every single task? But micromanagement can actually harm productivity.
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