Hiring

Be Confident in the People you Hire

Be Confident in the People you Hire

Original post by s.co The job market is certainly rough right now and it is important for employers to ensure that they are hiring well-rounded and qualified candidates. Today’s featured startup, JobEscrow, is recruiting insurance for employers. With JobEscrow, employers list their jobs and recruiters take the task of finding the perfect person to match the position […]

Five Questions with Russell Mitchell, District 2 City Council Candidate

Five Questions with Russell Mitchell, District 2 City Council Candidate

Original post by  Timothy Darnell via BrookHavenPatch Mitchell says transitioning DeKalb County codes to Brookhaven codes will be the most important initial step in the incorporation process. 1. Why are you running for office? Mitchell: During the cityhood process, I never had intentions of running for City Council in Brookhaven. However, after the success of the incorporation efforts, […]

4 Ways To Conquer Your “Entrepreneurial Hiring Handicap”

4 Ways To Conquer Your “Entrepreneurial Hiring Handicap”

Original post by Jason Webster via B2C As an entrepreneur, you are handicapped. Very few job seekers have heard of you (yet!); however, they have heard of the tons of employers with more popular brands. But you know that. Don’t fret: we’ve got some secret hiring weapons for you to unleash. Have you ever heard of ReTargeter? […]

The Easy Button: Making Hiring Less Painful for Startups

The Easy Button: Making Hiring Less Painful for Startups

Original post by Jessica via The Sourcery The recent plague of acqui-hires is making it seem like there’s no talent rock left un-turned in Silicon Valley and San Francisco. This simply isn’t the case. Things may seem dire, but you don’t need to make an offer to every developer that you meet. If you’re a funded startup, there’s still hope! You just need to make […]