Workers are returning to work, but not necessarily going back to the office. The proliferation of remote work during the pandemic has pushed companies to expand the office walls beyond physical boundaries to include remote environments. In this redefined office, workers may be losing out on the cultural advantages of proximity and sharing physical space.
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As HR and Talent Recruitment professionals, we sometimes have the opportunity to sit on “both sides of the fence” – in the business, and as a vendor. Such is the case with my own career and many of those in my network.
This is also the case for many of the corporate functions across the ecosystem; especially within Technology, eCommerce, Marketing & Creative, and Operations.
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Maybe not right away. It is highly likely that your initial investment will not be on building an HR team. However, if you are looking for success, there are some things you must pay attention to in the early days. Success for a startup can range from wanting to be acquired by a larger organization, wanting to turn profitable in ‘x’ years or grow in size or offerings. Whatever your definition of success, do not forget to keep your eyes on some basics.
1. Build a vision statement
A big thank you to Russ Miles who hosted our most recent TTN event, 'Business Innovation in Conjunction with New Technologies'. It was a great evening that raised lots of thought provoking discussion. See below for a brief summary of the points covered.