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Headcount Planning
July 21, 2022
Download Now: Headcount Request Template

To help with headcount planning, we've created a downloadable Headcount Request Template that can be used in either Excel/Google Sheets or converted to a Google Form.

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Headcount Planning
How to Conduct a Mid-Year Hiring Plan Review

Mid-year reviews are more important than usual as changing market conditions shifted the way companies are thinking about their budget and hiring goals.

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Hiring Strategy
Technical vs Non-Technical Recruiting Capacity Benchmarks

One question that often comes up in the early days of scaling your Recruiting team is: What hiring capacity can recruiters be expected to handle? Knowing this information is critical to hitting your hiring goals

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Best Practices
Layoffs and Market Volatility Send Startups Scrambling to Manage Costs

“Growth at all costs” with an eye on costs? Startups are sprinting to balance growth and internal controls during an increasingly uncertain fundraising atmosphere

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Best Practices
Recruiting Capacity: The Next Step

While good Recruiting teams plan based on a capacity model, once your Recruiting team expands to include a Talent Acquisition leader, it’s time introduce another layer of strategy to your capacity plan. One way to do this is to decide how fully staffed your recruiting team should be. Do you want them to be staffed to hit 80 percent of the hiring plan? 100 percent? What about 110 percent? Each of these strategies provides advantages and disadvantages.

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Importance of Accounting for Turnover in Your Hiring Plan

Having a plan in place to quickly fill positions that become vacant due to turnover is a critical piece of your hiring strategy.

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Best Practices
Prioritizing Recruiting Efforts and Open Roles

Not all reqs are created equal. When prioritizing which reqs to hire first, consider the impact to business, ease of closing and any hard deadlines of each position.

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Org Series
How to Build Out a Legal Department

Welcome to Part 3 of our Organizational Structure series. In this post, we’ll be focusing on how to build and structure your in-house Legal team. Every startup has its own unique legal needs. The only surefire way to mitigate their impact on your company is to seek out the help of professionals, and it won’t be long until you realize it’s best to have them as a part of your in-house team.

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