HR for Startups: 3 Tips to Developing an All-Star Team

Every startup is different and has its own unique qualities. Whether it’s your team, service, or product, your startup is special in its own way. However, there are some similarities among startups. One of them is the necessity to sacrifice time and energy to developing your business. That being said, no founder can grow their startup without a proper team behind him/her. But how can you recruit the best talent to ensure that your team will make your startup prosper?

Well, here’s a hint: it’s not about recruiting the best team, it’s about growing one. If you’re like most startups with limited capital, you won’t be able to acquire the best talent in your market. However, that doesn’t mean you’ll never have a quality team behind you; it just means you have to offer more than just a salary for you to gain one.

Luckily, I will help you head in the right direction, even with your limited budget. Here are 3 ways to develop an all-star team to help you reach startup success.

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Startup HR: Should You Be Outsourcing HR?

When you think of startups, I bet you think of the popular companies that are raking in millions of dollars in revenue. From Uber to Tesla, startups have been a growing trend in today’s society. However, not all startups are successful, and not all of them are able to obtain quality investors to support them. For those without any investors, you’re looking at a lower budget and a larger workload.

But here’s some good news to startups with low capital.

You can still compete with those VC backed startups!

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Small Business HR: 3 Superb Ways to Attract Millennials

Millennials, or the Y Generation, is now the largest generation in America. Businesses everywhere are trying to find different ways to attract them to their workforce. However, the methods used to attract millennials is very different from that of baby boomers and other generations. Millennials have different needs and priorities when it comes to employment. The same approach used to attract boomers and Gen Xers won’t work with this audience. Hence, many employers struggle to acquire and keep talented millennials in their company.

Are you having the same struggles as well? Let’s turn that around.

As a fellow millennial, I’m here to help you understand how to acquire talented Y-gens for your workplace. Here are 3 core traits that you should adopt if you’re looking to attract and retain millennials for your business.

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The 4 Most Common Entrepreneurial Retirement Myths

Retirement planning can be a tedious task, and many people choose to avoid saving for retirement early in their career. They tend to wait until they are more financially stable before opening an IRA or funding their 401k; however, if you wait too long, you may not be able to retire comfortably. This is especially true for entrepreneurs, startup founders, and small business owners.

Business owners state a variety of reasons for why they don’t start saving for retirement. A lot of these reasons are untrue and are considered “retirement myths”. These myths play a large role in why they tend to avoid planning for retirement early on.

So what are some of these retirement myths?

Well, here are the 4 most common entrepreneurial retirement myths that many people believe are reasonable excuses to hold off on their retirement plans.

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Feeling Sick? Then Stay Home!

It’s almost spring, but winter isn’t over! You can still expect cold temperatures, snow, and ice in the forecast. Along with these weather conditions, you can also expect illnesses to occur. From runny noses to vigorous coughs, many people will be suffering from the coldness of winter.

Yet, many adults don’t let these common cold symptoms prevent them from going to work. If you’re one of these people, you need to seriously reconsider going to the workplace when sick! Presenteeism has become a massive problem in the workplace that many employers are trying to prevent. Employees should only return to work once they’ve fully recovered, or they’ll be doing more harm than good in terms of their health and for the company. Whether you’re an employer or employee, you should always stay home when sick, and here are 3 reasons why.

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3 Ways for Entrepreneurs to Learn from Failure

Let’s face it, failure sucks. No one wants to pursue a goal and come up short. That being said, failing at something is inevitable and everyone faces it sometime in their lives.

This is especially true for entrepreneurs who try to start their own business. Hence, an entrepreneur’s journey is never easy, and failure lingers at every corner. Even the most accomplished entrepreneurs have failed at some point in their career before reaching success. Failure should never be the end of the road, and it should be utilized as a tool for prosperity.

How? Well here are 3 ways for entrepreneurs to learn from failure.

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