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Wednesday, June 29, 2005

Attracting Key Staff

I'm glad to welcome one more blog to my "covered blogs" list: The Entrepreneurial Mind (yes, there are more than one blog with this title). Author of the blog is Jeff Cornwall who is Director of the Center for Entrepreneurship at Belmont University.
Here comes it's first good post covered by BizBlogs:
The Entrepreneurial Mind: Attracting Key Staff:

Growing companies find the need to add key managers, but often find it hard to offer competitive salaries. Does that mean they cannot compete? Not necessarily.

One of the ways that smaller companies can compete for staff is to make them convenient and flexible places to work by offering perks that employees want. StartupJournal has a good overview of the types of conveniences that many growing companies offer, including on-site laundries, haircuts or car services. Many of these the employer simply has to make them available, as the employees pay for the actual services provided, so the cost is minimal.


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