When starting a new business, there are many considerations. Where will I get the funding I need to make my start-up a success? Will my marketing plan be adequate? Is my business plan realistic? Will our company attract enough customers to stay in business long term?
The key to all of this is finding employees who can support your business and work with you to make your dreams a reality.
Looking for employees who are comfortable and even thrive in a start up environment has never been easier, thanks to several niche web site who specialize in connecting new companies with eager employees.
One web site which helps match employees and employers is Startuply.com. There are also a number of hiring software options to choose from that are excellent options. This web site is designed to give the job seeker a detailed background on the company and its mission, while attracting high quality job seekers who are comfortable in a start up environment. Every employee plays an integral part in a start up. One bad apple can spoil the whole company. Giving potential employees a detailed picture of the job, job requirements and the company’s mission and position in the world gives everyone a chance to win.
Another web site which is of interest to new companies is StartUpHire.com. StartUp Hire states on their web site that they only allow start-up companies to post jobs because the start up atmosphere is a unique one which attracts a certain kind of job applicant. Their blog is filled with tips on choosing the right employee, working as a small team and various other topics of interest to both newly developing companies and potential employees.
CoNotes is an excellent choice for start up businesses and employees searching for jobs with newly formed companies. CoNotes has been on the web since 2007. The sole focus of this web site is matching brand new businesses with employees who will help them reach their business goals.
nPost.com is primarily a job site for newer tech companies. The feature that sets them apart from the rest of the crowd is the interviews they provide. Often businesses will provide an interview explaining the company’s goal and detailing what skills and characteristics they are looking for in an employee. This gives job seekers a chance to see if they agree with the company’s mission and to evaluate their skills and personality, making sure they are a fit before going to the trouble of applying.
StartupAgents.com is a web site for new start ups, focusing on the technology field. At StartupAgents, about 60% of the jobs are working for a team with 1-4 members. If you like independence and are highly motivated, this web site will likely have a listing for your dream job.
Job seekers who search these web sites diligently, and new companies who post their openings with sufficient detail will both be rewarded with the position or person they’ve been looking for.