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Capitalization tables (or cap tables) provide an analysis of a company’s percentages of ownership, equity dilution, and value of equity in each round of investment by founders, investors, and other owners. Developing a cap table and making related decisions can be complicated and overwhelming. Failing to have a clear picture of your company’s share ownership is equivalent to mismanaging company finances. Without a detailed view of who owns what it’s impossible to understand your current and future positions.
We know that the key to creating a successful company is to hire and develop a skilled and highly-engaged workforce. As the labor market continues to tighten up, it has become even more challenging to hire top talent across all industries. Is the best solution simply to increase wages which can cut into your operating margins? And what are the best practices to retain talent in a tight labor market?
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Hiring great employees gives companies an edge over their competition but can also be challenging when candidates outnumber the jobs available. The challenging part of hiring equates to time filtering candidates, interviewing, and hiring decisions on a tight schedule to fill a vacancy or bring on more talent during an uptick in new business.
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