Advice for all startups . If you have worked in a large company prior to starting your own company, there are differences in who you should hire as your early stage employees in your startup versus your hires in your prior large company. Human resources management.
Excerpt: Early startup employees may not have the same direct financial risk in the business as a company’s founders, but they are certainly taking a leap of faith and putting their trust in a young entity that could crash and burn at any time. These people are critical to startups and small businesses around the globe.
The first employees of a new business must be up for more than just what’s written in a job description, because a startup is not the same as an established business that already has a foundation.
Read full article via A startup’s first hires: What to look for – Fortune Management.