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Startup of the Week - HireHand

by: Startacus Admin ~ 9th June 2016
Whilst the pop-up phenomenon of the last few years has helped many budding entrepreneurs and early stage startups to gain customers and build brand awareness, it has also brought with it some challenges. For example, whilst it may seem a great idea to have a pop-up food stall for a few weeks in a prime city centre location, it may prove a tad difficult if there is only one person to staff it durin...
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How to Attract Talent in an SME

by: Startacus Admin ~ 10th December 2015
Allison Grant an employment lawyer who has advised SMEs for over 20 years highlights some key points on how to attract talent in an SME..."As an employment lawyer who has advised SMEs for over 20 years I have become familiar with the reasons why talented employees remain with a business, and the triggers that cause them to leave. SMEs rely heavily on talented employees to help them grow.  Gr...
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Recruitment Entrepreneur - open for entries

by: Startacus Admin ~ 4th February 2015
James Caan, leading entrepreneur and ex Dragon is on the lookout once more for self starters in the recruitment sector who want to grow or develop their recruitment businesses. Since setting up his Venture Capital fund Recruitment Entrepreneur, James has invested in seven startups within the sector. The investment isn’t purely financial though - successful startups also receive intensive...
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James Caan's Recruitment Entrepreneur

by: Startacus Admin ~ 10th September 2014
If recruitment’s your thing, then listen up! Leading entrepreneur James Caan has just announced that he’s once again on the lookout for self starters in the recruitment sector who want to either start or grow their recruitment businesses. Although still in its first year of trading, Recruitment Entrepreneur has already invested over £2million in startup businesses in the sector....
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Why your Startup team needs to be like a Car

by: Startacus Admin ~ 14th August 2014
Ok then, we appreciate that the title “Why your startup teams needs to be like a car” may perhaps seem a little silly. However, maybe it’s because a punchy title ‘wheely’ gets you intrigued, or perhaps it’s because like many of our tongue in cheek posts, there’s no harm in hamming up the truth a little. A good and understandable analogy or two does seem to...
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Startup of the Week - Clinch

by: Startacus Admin ~ 9th April 2014
Hiring staff can be a pretty mundane affair - regardless of whether you use social media, online job boards or the old school ads in the local paper. Of course if you’re the one looking for a job, the same can apply. Admittedly some jobs may pique your interest more than others but on the whole the entire job hunting process can become a tad dull to say the least.That though is all set to ch...
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Finding Reliable Short Term Staff - by Mary McKenna

by: Startacus Admin ~ 16th March 2014
Youth volunteering charity vInspired have recently launched a start-up social enterprise called Task Squad, which matches up young people who have proven their skills and reliability through volunteering, with employers who need short term, flexible staff. The scheme, which has had financial backing from Google’s Global Impact Challenge, is being taken forward by new CEO Mary McKe...
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A New Starter: A guide to onboarding an Employee

by: Startacus Admin ~ 5th March 2014
Heard of Onboarding? Onboarding, more commonly known as the employee induction, is a very important process for any startup and here is a very handy guide care of Sophie from TPP Recruiters...Onboarding, which is more commonly known as induction, is the process of getting a new employee up to speed on the various aspects of your company. Whether you are working in charity recruitment or the privat...
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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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