News: With fatter paychecks, startups rope in more talent

Talent Acquisition

With fatter paychecks, startups rope in more talent

Aggressive, well-funded start-ups are now scoring many wins in the war for talent with larger companies, successfully luring away topnotch talent both at campuses and for mid- to senior-level positions with better salaries and work profiles. 82 per cent of start-ups are paying above the market median, a Hay Group-Canaan Partners study shared exclusively with ET has found. Start-ups are also paying above the 75th percentile for midlevel executives. Start-ups and emerging firms like TaxiForSure, ZipDial, Snapdeal, Delhivery and Housing-.com offered salaries higher than established companies at the last placement season in leading B-schools.

Aggressive, well-funded start-ups are now scoring many wins in the war for talent with larger companies, successfully luring away topnotch talent both at campuses and for mid- to senior-level positions with better salaries and work profiles. 82 per cent of start-ups are paying above the market median, a Hay Group-Canaan Partners study shared exclusively with ET has found. Start-ups are also paying above the 75th percentile for midlevel executives. Start-ups and emerging firms like TaxiForSure, ZipDial, Snapdeal, Delhivery and Housing-.com offered salaries higher than established companies at the last placement season in leading B-schools.

Read the Economic Times news report here.

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Topics: Talent Acquisition, #Jobs, #National

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