What do startups look for when hiring?
Entrepreneurship 101 shares ideas and suggestions that help startup founders to tread the entrepreneurial path smoothly.
There are many factors behind the success of an entrepreneur, but none as important as building the right team.
But hiring can be a time consuming and cost-extensive process. A report by Scaler suggests that 88 percent of recruiters, across all sectors, face challenges in hiring and retaining employees.
So what do startups and entrepreneurs look for while hiring professionals?
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“The right candidate should be able to adapt to challenging situations, be a quick thinker, and should be solutions-driven,” he says.
According to Raghav Himatsingka, Founder of Raising Superstars, “A good team player is someone who prioritises the team over personal success."
So how can entrepreneurs reach the right candidate? Find out here.
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Top Stories of the Week
- In a written reply to a question in the Rajya Sabha, Union Minister for Commerce and Industry – Piyush Goyal said that India’s 65,861 startups based across 640 districts reported an average employment creation of 11 jobs until March 14, 2022.
- What are the challenges women employees face as they return to the workforce after a hiatus and how can companies allay their doubts and fears and help in reskilling them? Leaders across India Inc weigh in.
- The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed people to take stock of their health, adopting healthier habits. And, banking on this lifestyle change is health and nutrition startups that have gained momentum from the rise in D2C (direct-to-consumer) commerce.
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- This week, we tested Spike, an app that makes the tedious chore that is corresponding over email, a little easier. Spike, which comes from Chatflow Ltd’s stables, last year announced a collaboration with Meta and said it would launch on the Oculus Store.
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