Early Facebook investor Marc Andreessen says one of the biggest mistakes that startups make is hiring an HR leader too late (FB, TWTR)

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  • Marc Andreessen says most companies put off hiring a HR leader too long.
  • The delay makes the company more at risk of “catastrophic failure through self-inflicted wounds,” according to Andreessen.
  • In an interview with longtime tech industry veteran Elad Gil for his new book “High Growth Handbook,” Andreessen says companies should hire a HR leader when it has somewhere between 50 and 150 employees. There’s a reason for that figure.

 

Marc Andreessen knows a thing or two about building a successful company.

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