Take the Initiative to Make Your Business More Transparent

Traditionally, a 'need-to-know' basis was the status quo of all companies. But in the ever-evolving landscape of business, transparency has proven to be the advantageous strategy today. Is your business benefiting from an open culture?

The Meetingnotes Team
July 26, 2018

I’m often asked about the biggest differences between the corporate and startup worlds. I made the switch myself from corporate law to start Hugo in San Francisco. But the biggest shock wasn’t trading my suit for a hoodie or my latte for a RedBull. For me, the largest adjustment was getting used to the transparent culture in new age companies.

But learning how to leverage this quality can pay off in spades for your business. Read more in our guest post on the RecruitLoop Blog.


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