How can a startup have the time to cultivate people even before they understand it.
At this stage, what companies need is not to think about the future, but to think down-to-earth about how to live better in the present. Therefore, what it requires is to directly invite mature and outstanding people to join the company, work hard to achieve one goal, and not let the company die.
Only those enterprises that have already passed the start-up stage and are in the growth stage should start considering school recruitment.
Because at this time, the goal of the enterprise is to become more powerful. To achieve this, it is necessary to cultivate one's own future successors.
The second point is that school recruitment is the reserve force of enterprises.
Students are a blank sheet of paper, and companies need good "painters" to draw a perfect picture on it.
If the enterprise itself does not have a good "painter" and is constantly struggling to deal with various problems. So, the students who are recruited cannot learn anything and have no output, and the company also needs to pay an additional amount of money to support them.
This is detrimental to both students and businesses.
The third backup force is that enterprises also need to have a comprehensive training system.
There is a "painter", but without guidance, it is not possible. What enterprises need is not any works drawn by painters, but the "specific types" of works that enterprises need.
Only by planning a path that leads to the established endpoint can the students recruited by the enterprise grow into the people it needs. Otherwise, it would be futile.
Remember not to neglect one point of reserve force, that is money.
Excellent people are welcome wherever they go. As more and more enterprises enter schools, they no longer have 100% say in certain areas.
Your company may not provide a sincere salary, and students can also seek employment elsewhere without choosing you.