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Finding company fit for your startup team

by: Startacus Admin ~ 17th December 2013
Finding the right company fit for your startup team... Last month we finished our 'Recruiting for your Startup’ series with a post on the options you have once you’re at interview stage. One of the previous posts featured key pointers you’d want to consider when creating a job description, including identifying the main criteria that you’d deem to be necessary for your jo...
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Recruiting for your Startup - Part 5

by: Startacus Admin ~ 14th November 2013
So...all good things must come to an end. And the end we speak of today is the 5th and final in our series of posts on Recruiting for your Startup. In the recruitment process, this is the one we’ve been building up to - the finale if you like - Dum Dum Der - the interview... Since this is the 5th post, there’ve been of course four before now - the links for which you’ll convenie...
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Recruiting for your Startup - Part 4

by: Startacus Admin ~ 5th November 2013
So this is the fourth part of our Recruiting for your Startup series and we've covered quite a few bases already in what is a very important process for you and your business. Missed any of the earlier posts? Simply check out the links at the bottom of this article for Parts 1-3. So, let’s take a moment to reflect We highlighted previously the importance of planning the logistics of your i...
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Startup of the Week - Jobbio

by: Startacus Admin ~ 29th October 2013
Mention a job board or recruitment agency to many people and you’ll be usually met with a “Grrr…” type response, followed by a few gripes and complaints - either they haven’t actually helped if they’ve been looking for a job or they haven’t actually helped if they’ve been looking to hire staff. A generalisation? Perhaps. However it’d still be ...
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Recruiting for your startup - shortlisting and planning

by: Startacus Admin ~ 29th October 2013
In Part 1 of recruiting for your startup we discussed the logistics of employing a new staff member - for example working out where someone's going to sit and work. This might be all rather dull, but it is however an important cog in the recruitment process. In the second part of recruiting for your startup we returned, with pointers on creating that all important job description for your startup...
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Recruiting for your startup - the job description

by: Startacus Admin ~ 24th October 2013
Last week we started the first of our series of tips posts on recruiting for your startup by considering the basic setup - the logistics of the recruitment process in a sense. This was the part of the process that's often forgotten or not considered, but is still of vital importance. But Part 1 is only important if you actually go ahead and recruit. But recruit for what? Well in the second part ...
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Recruiting for your startup

by: Startacus Admin ~ 17th October 2013
So, fantastic, you're at the stage where you need to take that step and begin to recruit for your startup. Well that’s great, provided that you know all you need to do to made the right moves, make the right choices and tick the right boxes in running a competent and successful recruitment campaign.After all, while the processes may be similar, recruiting for a startup may differ quite a bit...
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Tech-Startup Job Fair Silicon Milkroundabout returns

by: Startacus Admin ~ 4th May 2013
One of the biggest struggles for Tech Startups is finding the talent and skill sets needed to strengthen and grow their existing teams. Whilst the recession still means that ‘generalist’ candidates are unfortunately pretty much ten-a-penny, the IT sector doesn’t have it so easy, and often still struggles to find suitably qualified and experienced IT employees. Trying to remedy t...
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Starting a Recruitment Business - the Basics

by: ~ 23rd April 2013
Before we get into the details, lets get this straight. Recruitment is not all about “getting people jobs” and “helping people in their careers”. Don’t get me wrong - that is important, however those are simply the end results of lots of work, customer service (and most importantly) sales and business development. Commercial Recruitment is hard work. Therefore if you ...
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Work in Startups - Diana Proca chats with Startacus

by: Startacus Admin ~ 25th February 2013
Diana Proca is the Cofounder of Work in Startups, an online jobs platform that advertises jobs working (as the title suggests) for UK based Startups. But Diana’s business, only launched in 2011, was very much a Startup itself and Startacus was keen to find out more about the inspiration behind Work in Startups, the startup scene and some advice on recruiting your first staff members. Over to...
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