- Working for a startup founder is different from working in an established company. Job roles are not as clear, long hours are often expected, and there can be lots of pressure to perform.
- Before you take a job working with a founder, ask a lot of questions.
- Business Insider asked four experts about working for startups, and here are their tips to help you decide if this position is right for you.
Founders can be inspiring visionaries, making you believe that their idea, company, or product will change the world.
The power of an inspiring leader can be exciting, and the chance to work on the next huge success is appealing.But whether the company is large or small, working directly for a founder can have some pitfalls you should consider before taking that job.
Business Insider spoke to four experts in the field for the following list of tips on what you should consider before working for a startup founder.