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The study, among other things, notes that start-ups see growth attracting talent, networking helping in hiring of talent, interviews and reference checks becoming a preference during selection, imparting on-the-job training to ensure development, and giving compensation that is comparable to market levels. Photo: Priyanka Parashar/Mint
The study, among other things, notes that start-ups see growth attracting talent, networking helping in hiring of talent, interviews and reference checks becoming a preference during selection, imparting on-the-job training to ensure development, and giving compensation that is comparable to market levels. Photo: Priyanka Parashar/Mint

How start-ups are building to last

According to a study by Hay Group, a Indian start-ups are spearheading the most ingenious revolution in terms of innovation, markets and supply chain

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