Often growing businesses, particularly in the early stages, are not thinking about setting their People Operations for success in the future. This article presents 10 valuable tips to make people decisions today that help to grow businesses into a great place to work now and in the future.
No one has a perfect candidate journey. There’s always room for improvement, always space for optimization. You can always do more to strengthen your brand, improve your process and delight candidates.
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Written by Ben Slater, published on beamery blog
To build a great company any growing team needs to continuously hire great people — it’s one of the priorities for building a strong business. Particularly team members that come in as executives have outsized influence on the forming company, and there is a slightly different process to hire them versus most employees. These are the steps Brian Armstrong, Co-founder and CEO at Coinabse, likes to follow.
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Written by Brian Armstrong, published on Medium
One of the things to do is to find and recruit exceptionally talented individuals to grow any organization. This is not particularly surprising, all businesses (big and small, young and old) have this challenge, but especially for young, growing companies this challenge is particularly acute. This article features 5 Themes On Startup Hiring as thought of and learned by Dharmesh Shah, Co-founder and CTO of HubSpot.
Written by Dharmesh Shah, published on OnStartups.com
It’s hard to hire your first employee, it’s hard to hire your 50th employee, and it’s still hard to hire your 500th employee. If you’ve read anything about hiring best practices, you’ve probably read about hiring for culture fit. This isn’t an article about convincing you to hire on the basis of culture fit. This is an article on how to actually do that.
Written by David Walker, published on Inc.
For startups, so the mantra: team matters. Is this philosophy exaggerated? Overrated? Cliché? According to successful entrepreneur and VC at GRP Partners Mark Suster the answer is a clear no. Team is the only thing that matters. In this post he outlines his thinking and tips around hiring and recruiting the great talent.
Written by Mark Suster, published on TechCrunch
To cut down on time to hire, Google’s staffing team examined past interview data and determined that four interviews was enough to make a reliable hiring decision.
Written by Shannon Shaper, published by re:Work
Employee retention starts with first being able to clearly articulate what the organizational culture is. What are the aligned values, beliefs, behaviors and experiences that make up the organization’s environment?
Written by Brent Gleeson for Forbes
Hiring someone new is a critical decision for a team or organization, and every step of the hiring process contributes to the final outcome. Use these resources from Google to help you approach hiring in a fair and structured way.
Articles on re:Work blog
There may be good reasons to look for teammates who will “fit in”—they might feel more comfortable, they could be happier and more engaged, they might stay in the role longer. But merely selecting people who fit into the existing peer group will likely go at the expense of increased performance benefits of a diverse team base. Therefore, it might be fruitful to think of a better framework combining cultural contribution and values fit in evaluation potential teammates.