All too many founders assume that, as they grow their team roster, their diversity will naturally improve. In reality, companies build on what they have.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is affecting a lot of industries, and the recruitment industry is not an exception. The history of recruitment goes as back as World War II. Since then the process of recruitment has changed considerably, especially in the recent past. In this digital age, recruiters need not go through thousands of resumes. They […]
About 4 million Baby Boomers leave the workforce each year. This is a major concern for business leaders, considering Boomers make up a quarter of the country’s workforce and many hold leadership positions. As some of their most valuable team members transition into retirement, employers are beginning to feel the strain and need to develop […]
Building a team is hard — just ask any coach in history. A team must be a collection of individual talents that gels into a sum greater than its parts. Choosing the constituent members is difficult enough. Getting them to communicate and collaborate seamlessly is even harder. Companies need great teams across the enterprise, but […]
It’s obvious: Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics are integral parts of everyone’s life. Since 2009, STEM has accounted for more than 800,000 new jobs in the U.S. — more than double the number of new jobs in non-STEM sectors. That growth should be exciting, especially considering the boom of innovation that’s sure to follow. However, […]
The first step: Make hiring top engineering talent a priority.
The right talent changes everything.
Guest author Scott Gerber is the founder of the Young Entrepreneur Council. In an early-stage startup, you may not have much in the way of cash to offer new hires. While you’ll often hear advice about how to structure equity for technical hires, deciding how to compensate other key hires—from cofounders to sales staff—isn’t as […]
How political candidates’ education plans could benefit Silicon Valley.
Pinterest’s percentage of women in tech roles hasn’t changed in a year.
Don’t get burned by a bad hire. (Sponsored post.)
But throwing more money at developers isn’t the (only) answer.
Lack of experience doesn’t mean failure.
Entrepreneurs share their experience.
Thank you, Internet.
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The ultimate guide to constructing your very own A-team in sales.
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