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Startups: Attracting and Retaining Talent (updated 3/6/13)
 

Startups: Attracting and Retaining Talent (updated 3/6/13)

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White Paper on attracting and retaining talent for your startup. Based on my own experiences in many startups and early stage companies. Topics include: Introduction 3 ...

White Paper on attracting and retaining talent for your startup. Based on my own experiences in many startups and early stage companies. Topics include: Introduction 3
Insanity & Genius 4
Founders & a Whiteboard 5
Wearing Many Hats 7
First Hires 9
Prototype 10
Beta 11
Pre-Launch 12
Launch / A-Round 13
State of the Team 14
Growing and Growing 15
Startups are Nimble 16
Startups –vs- Corporate Culture 17
Networking 20
Referral Incentives 21
Events 22
Interns & College/Universities 24
Compelling? 26
Who works for a Startup? 27
Early Employees 28
Poaching? 29
Location & Recruiting 31
Flex 32
Compensation 33
Options Value 34
Compensation Plans 35
Retention 36
The Simple Things 39
Family 41
Perks & Bennies 44
Change of Control 47
Flush with Cash 50
Or not 51
About the Author 52
About Pepperwood Partners 53

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  • Your slide on keeping employees working together as a team at the same place makes perfect sense. Even at the huge corporate level, Marissa Mayer at Yahoo announced today that they are reeling in all remote working employees. ''To become the absolute best place to work, communication and collaboration will be important, so we need to be working side-by-side,' the memo said. 'That is why it is critical that we are all present in our offices.''
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  • I appreciate it Sergey, good to hear from you. We've all got our battle scars from the startups we've done!
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  • Good insightful presentation
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