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Running an Effective Employee Onboarding

An employee's first few days at your company are formative. Providing a structured onboarding program and making new hires feel welcome

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Operations  

The Anatomy of a Good Offsite

Company offsites can inspire, motivate, and align your teams towards shared goals and prepare them for times of high growth.

Deep Dive  

Operations  

Vendor Procurement and Management at a Startup

Well-designed vendor procurement and management processes cut costs, set companies up for successful SOC2 audits, and mitigate future risks.

Finance  

How To  

Operations  

The Cash Flow Manifesto

Cash is the lifeblood of an early-stage startup, so improperly managed cash flow can take down a startup before it's had the chance to grow.

Growth  

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Product  

Product-Led Growth: What Is It and How Do You Do It?

The product-led growth framework triggers rapid growth, decreases cash burn, and attracts diehard fans.

Finance  

How To  

Investor Relations For Startup Founders

Writing investor updates consistently is important for company success. Startup founders use different tools and processes for updating inve

Deep Dive  

Operations  

A Startup Guide to SOC 2

SOC 2 is a framework that validates an organization’s internal data center controls and other security-related operations that preserve client privacy. SOC 2 is often a critical component of enterprise decision-making, making it a must-have for startups selling into the Fortune 500

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HR  

Operations  

Designing a Startup Hiring Strategy

Rapid hiring can lead to disastrous communication lapses unless planned for ahead of time. It is critical to have a plan of action when prospecting, interviewing and making the new hire decision.

Deep Dive  

HR  

When Robots Have Feelings

A new batch of companies is filling the demand for “people-ops-as-a-service," automating onboarding, feedback, and company culture.

Deep Dive  

HR  

Why It’s Not Too Early to Think About CSR

Startups are prime candidates for CSR because as they grow, so too can their positive contributions to society. And beyond making the world a better place, CSR programs strengthen culture, lure in customers, retain talent, support public image, and attract investors.

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