In Robert Walters Employee Survey, professionals cited they were looking for meaningful work (34%) and a company culture that allows them to thrive (42%) in a company, traits often renowned with start-ups, as well as career growth, a challenging environment, flexible benefits and the opportunity to innovate.
Indeed, the number of professionals working in start-ups has grown by over 20% in the last 12 months.
In a recent Robert Walters Global Poll, 50% of professionals would prefer the experience of working in a start-up over the stability of being employed by an established company. With the number of professionals working in start-ups increasing. It is clear there is movement of employees from established organisations to new age ventures.
In this e-guide Robert Walters, together with start-up leaders, share insights on the three start-up characteristics that make them more attractive to professionals, and how more established organisations can incorporate these to recruit the best talent.
Start-up talent strategies:
The Robert Walters leadership insight series provides support and advice on the challenges affecting businesses during COVID-19.
Leveraging our network of experts and industry leaders, the series includes webinars, research and advice to support businesses and their leadership teams through the current climate.
Getting the hiring process right
The hiring process is the first step in building a world class team. Creating a positive experience for candidates in the interview process can indirectly be a great marketing opportunity for your organization, while a negative experience can be crippling for brand reputation. For a start-up establiRead More
Employees appreciate mentoring
In our recent online Employee Insight Survey (EIS) of U.S based sales and marketing professionals, one of the more illuminating pieces of information we gathered had to do with employee mentoring programs Although only about 32 percent of the professionals we surveyed have been part of a formal mentRead More
Recruiting professionals in a candidate short market
According to the latest Robert Walters whitepaper - 'Recruiting Professionals in a Candidate Short Market,' shortages of suitably qualified candidates are putting pressure on employers, to retain their current employees. The whitepaper explores a number of areas, including recruitment challenges andRead More
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