How to Decide if a Tech Startup Is Right for You

Rachel Batchelor
Brinley Bruton
Rachel Batchelor, Brinley Bruton
 How to Decide if a Tech Startup Is Right for You

One advantage of working in tech is that your skills allow you to direct where your career goes. This also includes the ability to choose from a wide range of companies from savvy corporate enterprises to fast-paced, high-energy startups.

Joining a start-up can be a career-changing...

One advantage of working in tech is that your skills allow you to direct where your career goes. This also includes the ability to choose from a wide range of companies from savvy corporate enterprises to fast-paced, high-energy startups.

Joining a start-up can be a career-changing move, but it’s not always all fun and ping-pong games. Brinley and Rachel from Hopin, teach us what to expect while working at a tech startup and what you should know before signing the dotted line.

In this chat, you’ll learn

  • How to negotiate your compensation and perks
  • What questions to ask to make sure the company is a good fit for you
  • How to make your resume stand out
  • Top skills you need to thrive in a startup

Meet The Speakers

Rachel Batchelor
Rachel Batchelor
Branding and Events Manager, Recruiting at Hopin

Rachel is Hopin's Recruitment Branding and Events Manager. She works across teams to build talent branding, plan recruiting events, and work with external organizations on sponsorship opportunities. In her free time, she loves biking, paddle boarding, and lounging in a pool.

Brinley Bruton
Brinley Bruton
Recruiter at Hopin

Brinley is a Recruiter for the go-to-market side of Hopin's business. While she started her career in education, she's since held a variety of roles at start-ups across several different industries before pivoting her career to recruiting. Brinley loves reading, cooking, road-tripping, and leaning into a completely remote work lifestyle.

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