Why Handling Workers at Startup Companies Takes A Different Set of Skills

Attracting and keeping good workers at start-up companies requires a recruiter to take a different set of skills to the table.

To start with, the traditional bargaining tools are off the table.

All those things that new recruits traditionally find appealing just don’t exist. They will not be paid an excellent or even competitive wage in many cases. Many start-ups simply don’t have the revenue in order to pay their employees top dollar for their work. Offering some equity in the company is something many company founders will try to offer their employees as compensation. You cannot even promise them work/life balance because it is highly unlikely that you will be able to deliver it. Majority of start-up companies don’t have a 9am-5pm workday. They come in early and usually stay late, because there is just so much work to be done.

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