As we’ve written about before, there are tradeoffs when working for a startup. You’re trading some security and probably a lower salary for getting in at the ground floor. What exactly that means can vary greatly. Andy Payne writes about equity offers for employees of a startup. It’s complicated, as you might expect.
My concern is that if I work for a start up and take lower pay and less benefits. Will I also share in the pie , once the start up becomes more fruitful. Share in company stock options, shares in the company. I've often found that companies tend not to offer the above benefits unless you get them to agree before coming aboard. So people beware.
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