This Black History Month, we wanted to highlight four startup founders of color whose ideas are changing the game from wearable tech to sustainable energy. They’re making major strides to bring changes to the industries they’re in and the world we live in, so check out their stories below!
Happy New Year! You might have seen that we recently published our Top 20 NYC Startups Hiring in 2020 — but what about the West Coast? If you thought the NYC startup scene was rich with job opportunities, you’ll want to check out everything the Bay Area has to offer in 2020. This booming, vibrant startup scene is looking for new talent far and wide, so if you’re ready to follow through on your New Year’s resolutions and actually find a job you’ll love this year, check out our list of the top 20 San Francisco startups hiring this year.
Happy New Year! Last January, one of the top 10 most-common New Years’ Resolutions that people reported was to find a new job. If you’re among them, the startup job market is one of the first places you should look! We’re bringing you some of our favorite NYC-based startups that will definitely be looking for new talent in 2020. If you’re determined to follow through on your resolution and actually find a job you’ll love this year — check out our list of the top 20 NYC startups hiring this January.
Our co-founder Connie Wong sat down with startup leaders from Zocdoc, KeyMe, and The Drone Racing League to gather insights on how to take the best, most decisive actions for maximum growth. Check out their tips on scaling your team for success.
When Catherine Balogun got matched to a temporary Customer Support Representative role at Zola on Planted, she knew right away that she had found "the one." We recently spoke with her about her job search, interview experience, and how she was able to turn her time as a temporary role into a full-time one with the support of her Zola family.
Not all career paths run in straight lines. On Tuesday, January 15th, we hosted a panel at General Assembly NYC where we talked to three startup career transitioners about their career trajectories and advice for jobseekers. Read more about how Ted Conbeer, SVP of Strategy at MakeSpace, found his way to startups—and why he hasn’t looked back since.
Dreaming of a startup career, but have no idea how to get there? On Tuesday, January 15th, we hosted a panel at General Assembly NYC where we talked to three startup career transitioners about their career trajectories and advice for jobseekers. Here's how panelist Lisa Wang went from former gymnast to founder and CEO of SheWorx.
Dreaming of a startup career, but have no idea how to get there? On Tuesday, January 15th, we hosted a panel at General Assembly NYC where we talked to Lisa Wang, Founder and CEO, SheWorx; Ted Conbeer, SVP of Strategy, MakeSpace; and Becky Nathanson, Head of Business Development and Brand Partnerships, TUSHY about their career backgrounds and advice to jobseekers. Here's our recap of key takeaways during the event.
Want to know more about our individual panelist's stories? We'll be spotlighting each of their career backgrounds and job advice on the blog in the coming weeks, so stay tuned!
You’ve probably heard this a few times already but...it’s the most wonderful time of the year, so we hope you’re spending it with friends, family, and Netflix! But sometimes, the fast-paced, get sh*t done startup life can lure you back to work even when you’re on vacation. “Just a bit of catching up” can quickly eat up your holiday preparations and, before you know it, you’ve missed out on all that much-needed family gathering time (or plain old R&R.)
There are a few ways you can stay away from your work this holiday season, all of which can actually help you maintain a high level of productivity in the long-term. Read on for a successful 2019!
First, let’s cover the whysbefore we get into the hows (because, if you’re like us, you prob need a little persuasion before you shove your work laptop back into your suitcase).
A recent survey revealed that 50 percent of people who don’t volunteer say it’s because of work commitments. Fortunately, many companies nowadays are making it easier for their employees to stay dedicated to work while also giving back to their communities. Just look at these 10 startups that offer paid volunteer time to their employees! (P.S., they’re all hiring right now!)
In this interview series, we ask companies we love working with to give us some insight into what they’re all about. They’ll share how the company got started, what it's like to work there, and what makes them different. It’s your inside look to some of the coolest startups.
We want you to know what really makes us tick (hint: cats). So today we're featuring ourselves, Planted!
Planning out your entire career can be an intimidating task. It’s kinda like asking yourself “Where do you see yourself in 10 years?” over and over again, and really, who wants to do that? But that’s where goal setting comes in. It may sound cliche, but setting and working towards goals not only will help progress your career, but it will also give you added benefits along the way. Ready to get started? These tips will help you kickstart your goal planning and put you on the way to success.
Unlimited vacation encourages employees to take a break whenever they need it and come back to work happier and more productive. It’s also, unsurprisingly, one of the perks that job seekers covet the most when searching for their next opportunities. These 10 startups located in NYC and San Francisco all offer unlimited vacation to their employees—and they’re all hiring right now!
Are you the type of person who always wants to make sure people are happy? Then customer success may be your calling. Although the world of customer success is a large one, a typical customer success role has the goal of increasing customer retention and loyalty through excellent service and support skills. We've rounded up seven customer success roles across the country that are all looking for superstar candidates like you. Check them out below!
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