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Start with a hiring plan, not a job description

One of the most valuable lessons I took away from my time at HubSpot is how to run a good hiring process. I’m at a ~16 person startup now and I no longer have the recruiting support I had at HubSpot, but for my first hire (it’s for an events manager role if you’re interested ❤️) , I tried take some of the things I learned at HubSpot and apply them to the early-stage startup environment.




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