Good startup candidates are rare and high in demand. Here's some help on how you can find startup talent with limited resources.
...that startup recruiting is hard. You need talent that not only has the right skill, but also the right mentality to join a fast-growing environment.
To add to that,
good startup candidates are very rare and high in demand...
startups have limited resources...
and the candidate requirements in startups are changing all the time...
The good news, the right techniques allow you to find the 1% talent that thrives in a startup.
Some startup hiring facts:
📌 Startup job market is growing +8% yearly
📌 And kept on growing with 4% in times of covid
📌 70% of the workforce is passive talent
📌 83% of recruiters see passive sourcing as an important source of hire
So how do you find the 1% of talent that is ready for a startup?
This might help:
The practical guide to startup recruitment
These software tools can help you in the process:
Best recruitment software for startups: A brief guide
And if you want a deep dive into the personalities that fit a startup, check out:
Assessing work-related needs for startup talent
Execute a process manually or let a machine do the work for you? This is what to consider when automating or humanizing a recruiting process.
When you can identify high potential employees you'll be able to maximise your entire team's output, here's how.