Trustpilot: The global fight for talents slows down growth
In the recruitment of sought after global talents, Danish startups see themselves forced to spend capital otherwise set aside for growth. As it is today, the startups can offer new employees nothing but high salaries as shares are economically unfavorable. So says Anne Marie Finch, Senior Vice President for Global HR and Talent in Trustpilot.
Worldwide, employees of startups are often given a low basic income. Instead they are granted with shares of the company. This both works as an incentive, as employees suddenly have a personal interest in making the business a success, as well as it releases essential capital for the company to spend.
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