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A few members from our community coming together in the Rocky Mountains

The startup world is pretty sexy right now. There are a lot of high-profile people in it and more are entering into it every day. This is being led by the fact that the media and the public are looking up to a bunch of these startup CEOs as leaders. We think about Elon Musk and what he’s doing with Tesla and Hyperloop. We think about Mark Zuckerberg and what he has done with Facebook. These people have become heroes and people want to emulate them for a variety of different reasons.

And that’s OK.

There are also a lot of people who want to enter the startup world because it sounds cool, and the culture sounds amazing. Then there are the people like us who have been doing this work for years now with different drivers. …


This post was written by Kelly Barcelos, a progressive digital marketing manager specializing in HR at Jobsoid.

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Building a business from the ground up is a very challenging task. It requires meticulous planning, hard work, rigorous execution, and constant assessment to ensure a successful outcome. In order to do so, you will require a highly skilled team of professionals who not only have the necessary skills but also understand your mission and diligently work towards achieving it. This makes hiring the right kind of employee extremely crucial for startups.

Unfortunately, this is where most startups go wrong. Due to the scale of investments and the activities that are required to be carried out, the HR function takes a back-seat more often than not. And instead, startup founders tend to choose outdated recruiting strategies that fail to attract the type of talent they need. So, if you are a startup founder that is looking to hire the right candidate for the job, take a look at theses top five mistakes made by startups and learn how to avoid these situations. …

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