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Use of social media is growing every day and showing no signs of slowing down, so ensuring that your company is working towards an ironclad social strategy should be high up on any startup’s to-do list.
Making a job offer can be tricky, as you need to ensure you go through the correct steps and do it in the proper way, so that the candidate knows that you are serious and genuinely excited for them to join your company.
Convince a smart graduate that your company is headed for brilliant things and you could end up with a bright employee that fits with your hiring budget and brings tons of great ideas and a fresh perspectives.
Many startups underestimate how time consuming office-hunting can end up being, so make sure you leave enough time and clear some space in the diary to do it properly. Here are some of the main things to think about when visiting spaces.
Whether you have a business to promote, or writing skills to flex, blogging is a great pastime. When you come to a job interview you will be able to talk at length about how you have proactively turned yourself into a marketing superstar completely off your own initiative.
Taking the time to ensure that a new employee settles in smoothly will pay off in the long run as they are more likely to have a positive first impression of the company and fit in with the rest of the group, rather than feeling like an outsider