How small companies should hire key players

01/19/2010 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Workforce

Hiring managers at young companies shouldn't "sugarcoat challenges" in their recruitment efforts, but they can focus on company stability and growth opportunities, Franny Oxford says. "If you're hiring less-experienced staff, it's more critical than ever that you hire for flexibility and the ability to think on their feet," she says.

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